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Sharon Fagan McDermott – Again, June

Sharon Fagan McDermott is a literature teacher at a private high school, a poet, and a musician based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (U.S.A.) Thanks, in part, to a grant awarded to her from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, McDermott has … Continue reading

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Erin Wilson – Grey Pine

Erin Wilson‘s poems have appeared in or are forthcoming in Poetry Ireland Review, Envoi, Kestrel, A Journal of Literature and Art, On the Seawall, The Honest Ulsterman, The Adirondack Review, Natural Bridge, and elsewhere. She lives and writes in a small town in northern Ontario, Canada.  … Continue reading

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Beverly M. Collins – Two Poems

Beverly M. Collins is author of the books, Quiet Observations: Diary thought, Whimsy and Rhyme and Mud in Magic. Her poems have appeared in California Quarterly, Poetry Speaks! A year of Great Poems and Poets, The Hidden and the Divine … Continue reading

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Don Stoll – Honey

Don Stoll‘s fiction is forthcoming in THE BROADKILL REVIEW, XAVIER REVIEW, THE MAIN STREET RAG, WILD VIOLET, THE AIRGONAUT, PULP MODERN, YELLOW MAMA (three times), FRONTIER TALES, and CHILDREN, CHURCHES AND DADDIES, and recently appeared in GREEN HILLS LITERARY LANTERN (tinyurl.com/y2lfxysm), CLOSE TO THE BONE (tinyurl.com/y38ac6jv), DARK … Continue reading

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Kevin McManus – Harvester of Sorrow

While Kevin McManus has only been publishing books for four years, the Irish author’s fiction has already earned him awards, accolades and a fierce hallmark for intense, thrilling crime adventures. Kevin McManus is an award winning crime fiction writer from … Continue reading

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Bill Nichols – A retreat into lovely, tragic Irish history

Bill Nichols was raised in Oregon and educated at Park College, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Missouri, and Yale University. For years he taught literature, writing, and environmental studies at Ohio’s Denison University. His publications include York’s Journal: A Novel (2005), … Continue reading

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Noel Duffy – Three Poems

Noel Duffy was born in Dublin. His debut collection In the Library of Lost Objects was published by Ward Wood Publishing, London, in 2011 and was shortlisted for the Strong Award for best first collection by an Irish poet. His second collection On Light & … Continue reading

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Alec Solomita – Summer

Alec Solomita has published fiction in Heart of Flesh, Southword Journal, The Mississippi Review, and Southwest Review, among other publications. He was shortlisted by the Bridport Prize and Southword Journal, and named a finalist by the Noctua Review. His poetry … Continue reading

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Gordon Ferris – Journey Home

Gordon Ferris is a Dublin writer living in Ballyshannon in Co Donegal. He is a member of the Dublin Writers Forum  and has had poetry and short stories published in A New Ulster, Hidden Channel and The Galway Review. Most in … Continue reading

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Pamela Sumners – Skipping Rocks

Pamela Sumners is a constitutional and civil rights lawyer born and bred in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. Her work has been published or recognized by 30 magazines or publishing houses in the US, UK, and Scotland. She now lives in St. … Continue reading

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Katacha Díaz – Moonlight Serenade

Katacha Díaz is a Peruvian American writer. Wanderlust and love of travel have taken her all over the world to gather material for her stories. Her prose and poetry has been published internationally in literary journals, print and online magazines, and … Continue reading

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Douglas Cole’s Blue Island 

The poems of Douglas Cole’s Blue Island are wrought in the rich topography of film noir— employing the textures of city streets at night, Cole’s images are often looming and restless, even sublime, weaving the rhythm and mood of Miles Davis’s jazz, while … Continue reading

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