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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Travis Truax

  Travis Truax earned his bachelor’s degree in English from Southeastern Oklahoma State University in 2010. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Flyover Country, Quarterly West, The Marathon Literary Review, The Flagler Review, and The Meadow. After college he spent several years working in various national parks and currently lives in Bozeman, Montana.

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Kory Wells

Kory Wells is author of Heaven Was the Moon, a poetry chapbook from March Street Press. After many years in software development, she now works as a writer, teaching artist, and advocate for the arts, literacy, democracy, afternoon naps, and other good causes. Twice a finalist for the Rash Award for Poetry, Kory’s work appears […]

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Aimee R. Cervenka

Aimee R. Cervenka holds a BA in Biology from Rollins College and an MFA in Creative Writing from Eastern Washington University. Her work has appeared in Poet Lore, the Ampersand Review, and others.

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Peter Tiernan

  Peter Tiernan has an MFA in fiction from Boise State University. He lives in Idaho, where he spends his time on mountains and rivers. His blog is mymacarthur.blogspot.com.

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Libby Kalmbach

Libby Kalmbach is a student in the Master of Arts in Writing and Publishing at DePaul University. She was recently published in the Chicago After Dark anthology. This is her first appearance in a literary magazine.

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