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Eric Darton – You Got It

Eric Darton is a New York City-based writer. His works include Free City, WW. Norton, 1996; republished by Dalkey Archive, 2021 and Divided We Stand, Basic Books, 1999, 2010 (second edition). His fiction has appeared in Conjunctions, New England Review, … Continue reading

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Ann Taylor – Two Poems

Ann Taylor is a Professor of English at Salem State University in Salem, Mass. where she teaches both literature and writing courses. She has written two books on college composition, academic, and freelance essays, and a collection of personal essays, … Continue reading

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Alison Lock – Two Poems

Alison Lock writes poetry, short fiction, and creative non-fiction – the author of two short story collections, five collections of poetry, and a novella. Her work has been published in many literary magazines and broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Her … Continue reading

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Annie Stenzel – On paper

  Annie Stenzel’s (she/her) collection is The First Home Air After Absence (Big Table Publishing, 2017). The manuscript for her second collection was a finalist last year for the Washington Prize (Word Works). Her work appears or is forthcoming in … Continue reading

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Daniel Scholl – Rabbits

A folk poet with a raw and authentic voice, Daniel Scholl writes real emotion for the common person—non-gendered, lost souls, on human journeys of discovery. These poems speak with a pure vulnerability that offers hope, succor, and beauty to anyone … Continue reading

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Garrett Mostowski – Satan, to Adam Concerning Policies Governing the Garden

Garrett Mostowski’s work has appeared in Geez Magazine, Christian Century, Clerestory, the Princeton Theological Review, Anchor, the Oxford Theatre Review, and others. He is a second year doctoral candidate in theology and creative writing at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He lives … Continue reading

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Susan Tepper & Digby Beaumont

Susan Isla Tepper is the author of 10 published books of fiction and poetry and 2 stage plays. Her new satirical Novel titled ‘Office’ is forthcoming from Wilderness House Press. Later this year another Novel titled ‘Hair of a Fallen Angel’ … Continue reading

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Aline Soules – Night of Thick Clouds

Aline Soules’ work has appeared in the Kenyon Review, Houston Literary Review, Poetry Midwest, The Galway Review, and others. Her book reviews appear in Tupelo Quarterly, Heavy Feather Review, and Matter Monthly. She earned her MFA from Antioch University Los … Continue reading

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Janet Sillett – Exile

Janet Sillett lives in Norwich England and recently took up writing poetry and short fiction again after decades of absence. She has had poems and flash fiction published in the Galway Advertiser, Poetry Plus magazine, Green Ink Poetry and Spilling … Continue reading

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Alec Solomita – Charles Street Station

Alec Solomita’s fiction has appeared in the Southwest Review, The Mississippi Review, Southword Journal, and The Drum (audio), among other publications. He was shortlisted by the Bridport Prize and Southword Journal. His poetry has appeared in The Ekphrastic Review, Gnashing … Continue reading

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James Mulhern – Triggers

James Mulhern’s writing has appeared in literary journals over two hundred times and has received several awards. Mr. Mulhern was granted a fully paid writing fellowship to Oxford University. A short story was longlisted for the Fish Short Story Prize. … Continue reading

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T. J. Masluk – Groan

T. J. Masluk, writer, behavioral scientist, and former concrete worker has a master’s degree from Columbia University, a Ph.D. from Sofia University, and studied creative nonfiction at the University of Oxford. His latest work appears in The Columbia Review (USA), … Continue reading

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