Nicholas Bon edits Epigraph Magazine. You can find his poems in West Wind Review, Otoliths, and elsewhere. Visit him online at www.nicholasbon.com.
Brian Burmeister is a teacher and advocate for social justice. His poetry has appeared in Blue Hour Magazine, Eunoia Review, and Yellow Chair Review. He can be followed @bdburmeister.
William Cullen Jr. is a veteran who works at a social services non-profit in New York City. His poems have appeared in *82Review, Allegro Poetry, Canary, New Verse News, One Sentence Poems, Pouch and previously in Right Hand Pointing.
Paul Ferrell is a former freelance journalist for the Tribune Company and is now a poet/performer and health care worker residing in the Chicago area. His work has been seen in Exact Change Press, The Harpoon Review and The Rain, Party and Disaster Society.
Edilson Ferreira is a Brazilian poet who writes in English rather than Portuguese; his poems have been published or are forthcoming in Cyclamens and Swords, The Lake, The Stare’s Nest, Whispers, Right Hand Pointing, and Indiana Voice Journal, among others. He lives in a small town with wife, three sons and a granddaughter. He has begun writing after retirement as a Bank Manager.
Howie Good plays ukulele. His latest book is Bad for the Heart (Prolific Press).
Charlotte Hamrick lives and writes in New Orleans. Her poetry and prose is forthcoming or has been published in numerous online and print journals including Blue Five Notebook/Blue Fifth Review, Camroc Press Review, The Rumpus, and Literary Orphans. You can find her on Twitter as @charlotteash where she often posts links to writing that moves her.
Richard Jones is the author of The Blessing and editor of Poetry East.
Michaeleen Kelly is a political philosopher at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She is also a performance poet, and has been published in Blue Collar Review, Melancholy Hyperbole and in Main Street Rag Anthologies.
Michael Kriesel won North American Review’s 2015 Hearst Prize. Past President of the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, his books include Whale of Stars (haiku) and Moths Mail the House (both available from Sunnyoutside). His work has appeared in Alaska Quarterly, Antioch Review, Rattle, North American Review, and The Progressive. He was a print / broadcast journalist in the Navy in the 1980s, and is currently an elementary school janitor / weekend security guard.
Andy Kroll is a student at Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Originally from New York State, he has been in Colorado for the past fifteen years. Despite the sunshine and brightness of Coloradoans, Andy has experienced a different aspect of the Mile High, as he has just been released from five years in prison.
Lucy M Logsdon’s recent work has appeared in Heron Tree, Poet Lore, Nimrod, The Southern Poetry Review, Literary Orphans, Sixfold, Gingerbread House, VerseWrights, Rose Red Review, Conclave, Cross Poetry, Iodine Poetry Review and The Poetry Storehouse. In her spare time, she raises chickens and ducks. Links to her poems and other works can be found at her tumblr account, and her Twitter account, Lucy Logsdon @logsdon64_lucy, or plain old Facebook.
Todd Mercer won the Grand Rapids Festival of the Arts Flash Fiction Award for 2015 and was runner-up in the Palm Beach Plein Air Poetry Awards. His digital chapbook, Life-wish Maintenance appeared at Right Hand Pointing. Mercer’s poetry and fiction appear in journals such as Bartleby Snopes, Gravel, The Lake and The Legendary.
Eileen Murphy lives on semi-rural property located 30 miles from Tampa, Florida, surrounded by the wild animals of Central Florida, most of them mosquitoes. She teaches literature/English at Polk State College and has published (or has forthcoming) poetry in Helen: A Literary Magazine, Straight Forward, Clare, and other journals.
Jason Sears is a West Philadelphia poet. His work can be found in The Monarch Review and elsewhere. He edits the online magazine By&By Poetry, drinks too much coffee, and poorly plays the banjo.
Ian C Smith’s work has appeared in Australian Poetry Journal, New Contrast, Poetry Salzburg Review, Rabbit Journal, Two-Thirds North, The Weekend Australian, & Westerly. His seventh book is wonder sadness madness joy, Ginninderra (Port Adelaide). He lives in the Gippsland Lakes area of Victoria, Australia.
Alan Toltzis is the author of the book of poems, The Last Commandment. Recent work has appeared in print and online journals including The Provo Canyon Review, The Red Wolf Literary Journal, and Burningword Literary Journal. You can find him online at www.alantoltzis.com.
Sreedhar Vinnakota is a theoretical physicist and a writer from Chennai, India. He has published his ﬁrst couple of poems in One Sentence Poems.