Joannie Stangeland

Joannie Stangeland is the author of In Both Hands and Into the Rumored Spring, both published by Ravenna Press, and two chapbooks. Her poems have also appeared in Superstition Review, Off the Coast, Crab Creek Review, and other journals and anthologies.

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Jim Daniels

Jim Daniels’ latest publications are the chapbook, Apology to the Moon (BatCat Press, 2015), Eight Mile High, stories (Michigan State University Press, 2014) and Birth Marks, poems (BOA Editions, 2013). Daniels is the Thomas Stockham Baker University Professor at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Ted Conover

Ted Conover is the author of several books including Rolling Nowhere: Riding the Rails with America’s Hoboes, and Newjack: Guarding Sing Sing which won the National Book Critics Circle Award and was finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.  www.tedconover.com About the photograph, he writes: My friends Becca and Andrew invited me to take a Sunday afternoon stroll […]

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Bob Fischer

I love walking New York City. I understand street photography at last and walking New York is the diamond, is the cream at the top of a frozen bottle of fresh milk. There is movement and life everywhere.  There are extraordinary moments, certainly, and there are moments, slices of living a small camera and a […]

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Roger Leege

Roger Leege has both BA and MA degrees in Visual Art from Goddard College, as well as post-grads in Industrial Technology (Central Connecticut State) and Computer Science (University of Hartford).  He was a painter, printmaker, and analog photographer before  the advent of small computers, and he was an early adopter and evangelist for digital artist’s […]

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Sue Granzella

Sue Granzella’s essays have won awards in the Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition and in Memoirs Ink. Her writing appears (or is forthcoming) in The Citron Review, Hippocampus, Write Place at the Write Time, Rusty Nail, Lowestoft Chronicle, Prick of the Spindle, and Crunchable, among others. Sue teaches third grade in a public school in the San Francisco Bay Area. She loves baseball, […]

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Dawn Marano

Before establishing Dawn Marano & Associates (DMA) in 2003, Dawn served for several years as an editor at the University of Utah Press. She and her associate editors at DMA provide substantive editing and consulting for book-length works of poetry and literary fiction and nonfiction. Dawn is a co-author of When We Say We’re Home: […]

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Alvin Greenberg

Alvin Greenberg is a poet, fiction writer, essayist, and librettist.  His novel, Time Lapse, was published in 2003 by Tupelo Press, and The University of Utah Press published his collection of personal essays, The Dog of Memory:  A Family Album of Secrets and Silences, in 2002 .  His most recent collection of short stories, How […]

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Beverly Burch

Beverly Burch’s second poetry collection, How A Mirage Works, won the Sixteen Rivers Press competition and was a finalist for the Audre Lorde Award. Her first, Sweet to Burn, won the Gival Poetry Prize and a Lambda Literary Award. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in New England Review, North American Review, Antioch Review, Willow […]

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David Ebenbach

David Ebenbach is the author of two collections of short fiction—Between Camelots (winner of the Drue Heinz Literature Prize, University of Pittsburgh Press) and Into the Wilderness (Winner of the Washington Writers Publishing House Fiction Prize, WWPH)—as well as a chapbook of poetry entitled Autogeography (Finishing Line Press), and a guide to the creative process called […]

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