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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Robin Chapman

Robin Chapman invites you to a reading from her recent portfolio of poems, Dappled Things, accompanying a show of Peter Miller’s photogravures, at the Tenri Cultural Institute in New York City, Wed. June 10, 7 p.m.  Her work has appeared recently in Terrain, Diode, The Common, and Cape Cod Poetry.

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Leslee Becker

Leslee Becker is the author of The Sincere Café.  Her stories have appeared in The Atlantic, Ploughshares, Boston Review, Epoch, The Kenyon Review, and elsewhere.  She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, and teaches at Colorado State University.

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Susan Elizabeth Howe

Susan Elizabeth Howe’s second poetry collection, Salt, was published by Signature Books in 2013.  Her first collection, Stone Spirits, won the publication award of the Redd Center for Western Studies.  Her poems have appeared in Poetry, The New Yorker, Shenandoah, Southwest Review, and other journals.  She is a reviewer and contributing editor of Tar River […]

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Karen Babine

Karen Babine’s debut essay collection, Water and What We Know: Following the Roots of a Northern Life, is available now from the University of Minnesota Press. Her work has appeared in Ascent, River Teeth, North Dakota Quarterly, Weber: The Contemporary West, Fugue, Sycamore Review, and was listed as a Notable in the 2014 Best American Essays. […]

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Justin Hamm

Justin Hamm is the author of a full length collection of poems, Lessons in Ruin, and two poetry chapbooks. He is the founding editor of the Museum of Americana and his work has appeared in Nimrod, The Midwest Quarterly, Sugar House Review, Hobart, the Weekly Rumpus and elsewhere. Justin has also received the Stanley Hanks […]

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Pam Houston

Pam Houston is the author of five books of fiction and nonfiction including Cowboys Are My Weakness and Contents May Have Shifted.  She teaches creative writing at University of California, Davis, the Institute of American Indian Arts, and is Cofounder of the literary non-profit, Writing By Writers. “For seven days this February I had the […]

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Diane Prokop

Diane Prokop is a former media specialist whose book reviews are published in Foreword Reviews magazine, and at various places online. She has written dozens of articles for national magazines on arts and crafts, and her photos have appeared in Publishers Weekly, Shelf Awareness, and other magazines. Her blog features author photos and interviews, book […]

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Jessamyn Smyth

Jessamyn Smyth’s art has appeared in Red Rock Review, American Letters and Commentary, Nth Position, MiCrow/Full of Crow, Wingbeats: Exercises and Practices in Poetry, and many other journals and anthologies. She has received honorable mention in Best American Short Stories (2006), a long list of prize nominations, and is the recipient of fellowships, scholarships, and […]

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