Bruce Ducker

Bruce Ducker has published eight novels, most recently Dizzying Heights; and a collection of fly fishing stories, The Home Pool. The first was runner-up for the James Thurber Prize for American Humor, the second for the Colorado Book Award. His work has won the Colorado Book Award and the Macallan Story Prize; and has been nominated for […]

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Paul Willis

Paul Willis is a professor of English at Westmont College and a former poet laureate of Santa Barbara, California. His most recent collection is Say This Prayer into the Past (Cascade Books, 2013); individual poems have appeared in Ascent, Poetry, Best American Poetry, Verse Daily, and Writers Almanac.

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Ethan Chatagnier

Ethan Chatagnier’s short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in a number of journals including the Kenyon Review Online, Five Points, Michigan Quarterly Review, Barrelhouse, Necessary Fiction, and Hot Metal Bridge. He is a graduate of Fresno State, where he won the Larry Levis Prize in Poetry, and of Emerson College, where he earned an […]

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Janis Hubschman

Janis Hubschman’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Glimmer Train, Michigan Quarterly Review, Colorado Review, Green Mountains Review, StoryQuarterly, and elsewhere. She has received the Rona Jaffe-Bread Loaf scholarship and first place in Glimmer Train’s Fiction Open Award.  She teaches fiction writing at Montclair State University.

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Betsy Johnson-Miller

  Betsy Johnson-Miller’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Prairie Schooner, Alaska Quarterly Review, Boulevard, Agni (online), The Cortland Review, and Mid-American Review. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and two kids.

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Dore Kiesselbach

  Dore Kiesselbach’s collection Salt Pier (Pittsburgh, 2012) won the Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize and contains work selected for Britain’s Bridport Prize and the Poetry Society of America’s Winner Memorial Award.  His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Agni, Field, Plume Stand, Poetry and other magazines. A graduate of Oberlin College and the Iowa […]

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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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