C o n t r i b u t o r s
Christine Pestolis-McDuff lives and writes in Saugatuck, Michigan. She is the former editor of the online publication, Shadow Road Quarterly. Her work has appeared in The Orange Room Review, and Litsnack.
Cindy St. Onge’s poems have appeared in Gravel, Apeiron Review, and other journals, and have been nominated for inclusion in both the Pushcart and Best of the Net anthologies. Her chapbooks, Move Your Lips When You Read, and Road to Damascus were released December 2014 by Grizelda Press.
Dawn Corrigan has work forthcoming from Lighten Up Online, Feile-Festa, and The Wallace Stevens Journal. She lives in Gulf Breeze, FL.
Eleanor Levine’s work has appeared in Dos Passos Review, Knee Jerk Magazine, Chronopolis, Thrice Fiction, Everyday Genius, Barrelhouse, Fiction Southeast, The NewerYork Press, The Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine, IthacaLit, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine and Barely South Review.
Kevin Ridgeway lives and writes in Southern California. Recent work can be found or is forthcoming in Chiron Review, Re)verb, LUMMOX, Bank-Heavy Press and the Bicycle Review. His latest chapbook, On the Burning Shore, is now available from Arroyo Seco Press.
M. J. Iuppa lives on a small farm near the shores of Lake Ontario. Between Worlds is her most recent chapbook, featuring lyric essays, flash fiction and prose poems (Foothills Publishing, 2013). Recent poems, flash fictions, and essays in When Women Waken, Poppy Road Review, Wild: A Quarterly, Eunoia Review, Andrea Reads America, One Sentence Poems, Sugared Water, and more. She is the Writer-in-Residence and Director of the Visual and Performing Arts Minor Program at St. John Fisher College. You can follow her musings on writing and creative sustainability on Red Rooster Farm on mjiuppa.blogspot.com.
Margaret Young is the author of two poetry collections, Willow from the Willow (Cleveland State) and Almond Town (Bright Hill Press). She teaches at Endicott College in Beverly Massachusetts.
Michael Estabrook is a recently retired baby boomer poet freed finally after working 40 years for “The Man” and sometimes “The Woman.” No more useless meetings under fluorescent lights in stuffy windowless rooms. Now he’s able to devote serious time to making better poems when he’s not, of course, trying to satisfy his wife’s legendary Honey-Do List.
Michael Kriesel just won North American Review's 2015 Hearst Award. He's President of the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets (over 500 members), and he collects 1940s comic books.
Todd Mercer won the first Woodstock Writers Festival’s Flash Fiction contest. His chapbook, Box of Echoes, won the Michigan Writers Cooperative Press contest and his digital chapbook, Life-wish Maintenance, was published by Right Hand Pointing in January. Mercer's recent poetry and fiction appear in journals such as The Camel Saloon, Camroc Press Review, Cheap Pop, Eunoia Review, The Legendary, Main Street Rag Anthologies, the Newer York and Spartan.
Worthy Evans is the author of Green Revolver (University of South Carolina Press, 2010) and is a collage artist. He writes poems of all shapes and sizes despite being a communications specialist for a Medicare contractor.
Michael Kriesel (ii)