Beverly Burch

Beverly Burch’s fiction and poetry have appeared in New England Review, North American Review, Willow Springs, Tinderbox and Poetry Northwest. Her 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 […]

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Richard Terrill

Richard Terrill is the author of two collections of poems, Almost Dark and Coming Late to Rachmaninoff, winner of the Minnesota Book Award; and two memoirs, Fakebook: Improvisations on a Journey Back to Jazz and Saturday Night in Baoding, winner of the AWP Award for nonfiction.  He teaches creative writing in the MFA program at […]

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Gary Fincke

Gary Fincke’s latest collection The Killer’s Dog won the 2015 Elixir Press Fiction Prize and will be published in early 2017.  Earlier collections are from Georgia (Flannery O’Connor Prize, Missouri, West Virginia, and Coffee House.  He is the Charles Degenstein Professor of Creative Writing at Susquehanna University.

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Kate Kaplan

Kate Kaplan is a writer living and working in Los Angeles.  She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College and the Northeastern University School of Law.  Her work has appeared in The Santa Monica Review, Roanoke, Folio, and other publications. She’s currently a student at Warren Wilson’s MFA program.

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Stan Rubin

  Stan Sanvel Rubin’s fourth full collection, There. Here., was published in 2013 by Lost Horse Press. Work forthcoming in National Poetry Review, Red Savina Review, and Poetry Northwest. He lives on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State.

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Mark Schoenknecht

Mark Schoenknecht’s poetry has appeared in 2River View, The Pedestal Magazine, Driftwood Press, and elsewhere. In 2013, Mark was awarded the David A. Kennedy Prize for his collection Kissing the Girl Who Wore a Mustache. He’s currently working toward a PhD at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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