C o n t r i b u t o r s

 

Bob Heman’s small poems have appeared recently in NOON, Cannot Exist, Otoliths, First Literary Review-East, Momoware, Levure litteraire, and the annual Brevitas event book.

 

Brad Rose writes poetry and fiction and is a regular contributor to RHP.

 

Edilson Afonso Ferreira is a Brazilian poet who tries to adventure in English rather than Portuguese, in order to reach more people, although, indeed, it rarely happens.

 

j. lewis is an internationally published poet, musician, and nurse practitioner. His poetry reflects the difficulty and joy of human interactions, and draws inspiration from his decades of experience in healthcare.

 

José Angel Araguz, a CantoMundo fellow, runs the poetry blog The Friday Influence.

 

Surviving the early childhood trauma of being placed in a roasting pan by her older sister, Katherine DiBella Seluja now prefers cooking chicken and mushrooms when taking a writing break.

 

Marilyn McCabe’s Perpetual Motion was published by The Word Works. She has won an Orlando Prize from AROHO. Her work has appeared in various print and online literary magazines.

 

President of the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, Michael Kriesel has appeared in Rattle and North American Review. His Forgiving the Grass was a finalist in ABZ Press’s 2014 First Book Contest.

 

Neil Carpathios is the author of three full-length poetry collections and several chapbooks. He is an associate professor of English at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio.

 

For Nicholas Molbert, mathematics just didn't cut it anymore. He now writes and is a student at Louisiana State University.

 

Shriram Sivaramakrishnan, a poet from India, calls himself as an eternal lover of 'things in between'—roads less traveled, emotions seldom expressed, moments forever lost, and so on. 

On to Part II