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Mark Danowsky’s poetry appears in Apiary, Alba: A Journal of Short Poetry, Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, Red River Review, Right Hand Pointing, Snow Monkey and The New Verse News. Mark currently lives in a van down by the Susquehanna River and works for a private detective agency.

 

Robin Wyatt Dunn was born in Wyoming in the Carter Administration. He lives in Los Angeles.

 

Krista Genevieve Farris’s poetry and essays have been recently published or are forthcoming in Tribeca Poetry Review, Literary Mama, Cactus Heart, The Piedmont Virginian, The Literary Bohemian, and The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society Magazine. She has a BA in English and Anthropology / Sociology from Albion College and a Master’s Degree in Cultural Anthropology from Indiana University.

 

Wendy Freborg has one husband, one son, enough friends and too many doctors. She is pleased to have found a volunteer job that requires petting puppies. Recent work has appeared in Muddy River Poetry Review, Big River Poetry Review, Vox Poetica, Our Day’s Encounter, Brevity and Clever.

 

Howie Good has a forthcoming book of collage poems, Fugitive Pieces,  from Right Hand Pointing Books.

 

Doug Mathewson has rejected the advice “write what you know” since he knows nothing. Most recently his work has appeared in The Boston Literary Magazine, Right Hand Pointing, Cloud City Press, Postcards Prose & Poems, riverbabble, and Jersey Devil.  He is senior editor of Blink-Ink and runs Special Ops. for Ms. Kitty Wang.

 

Mary-Jane Newton was born in India and grew up in Germany. She is the author of two poetry collections, Of Symbols Misused (2011) and Unlocking (2013), both published by Proverse Hong Kong, and her work has been published in numerous literary journals and anthologies internationally. She is  the Publishing Manager at Macmillan Publishers China and currently lives in Hong Kong with her husband and daughter.

 

Kayla Pongrac is an avid writer, reader, tea drinker, and vinyl recordspinner. Her work has been featured or is forthcoming in Oblong, the NewerYork, Dum Dum Zine, and Mixtape Methodology, among others. To read more of Kayla's work, visit www.kaylapongrac.com or follow her on Twitter @KP_the_Promisee.

 

Ron Shields lives in Pittsford, Ny. His work has appeared or will appear in Extract(s), Pencil Marks, Calliope Magazine, The Warrior's Heart, Walking Is Still Honest, and Eunoia Review. He can be contacted at www.poetryontherun.wordpress.com or @ronaldanne.

 

Lee Anne Sittler is a teacher, scholar, and poet living in Madrid, Spain. She received her M.F.A. from The University of Georgia, and she is currently finishing another M.A. in English. Some past publications include Court Green, Spillway, Versal, and a chapbook of poems from Finishing Line Press titled Extremadura.

 

Marcus Slease was born in Portadown, N. Ireland. He lives in East London and teaches English as a foreign language. His recent books are Rides (Blart Books, 2014), Spanish Fork (Country Music, 2014) and Mu (dream) So (window) (Poor Claudia, 2012). He blogs at Never Mind the Beasts and The House of Zabka.

 

Kim Suttell has lately been cataloging different colors green. Read more of her poems at page48.weebly.com.

 

Mark Sutz writes with hunks of charcoal on large slabs of pavement. He resides on the first floor in an apartment off an alley near a street outside a city.
 

Alexandra Vargas is trying to forget New York. Recent work has appeared in Revolver.

 

William Yarbrough is 24 years old and lives in Paoli, Pennsylvania. His recent work has appeared in Squalorly Magazine and SmokeLong Quarterly.

 

 

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