Frost Overtakes Eagle Creek

D.A. LOCKHART is a member of the Moravian of the Thames First Nation and lives in Windsor, ON Canada. He is the author of Big Medicine Comes to Erie (Black Moss Press 2016). His work has received numerous grants from the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts. Read more →

meetings with dead things

ELENA BOTTS grew up in the DC area, lived abroad briefly in Johannesburg and Berlin and currently studies at Bard College. She’s been published in fifty literary magazines over the past few years. She is the winner of four poetry contests, including Word Works Young Poets’. Read more →

Two Poems

SARAH KOENIG lives in Seattle, WA. Her poetry has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Hummingbird, Tinderbox and Calyx. At press time she was job searching, and feels that if inspiration can be found in Help Wanted ads, it can be found anywhere. Read more →

Clams

Dan Rattelle is a poet from Western Massachusetts where he still lives with his wife and kids. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Dappled Things, The Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle, The Columbia Review and elsewhere. He is currently working on a chapbook. Read more →

Light Pushing the Dark Away

Charlene Langfur is an organic gardener, a southern Californian and a Syracuse University Graduate Writing Fellow. Her most recent publications include poems in Sugar Mule, The MacGuffin and a series of poems in Poetry East and essays in Evening Street Review and Still Point Arts Quarterly in Maine.
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Salt

Over 300 of Sandra Kolankiewicz‘s poems, stories, and essays have appeared in a diverse list of publications. Her chapbook Turning Inside Out is available through Black Lawrence Press, and her illustrated novel, When I Fell, can be found at Web-e-Books. Finishing Line Press published The Way You Will Go in 2014 and is soon to release Lost In Transition. Read more →

For Example

Changming Yuan, 9-time Pushcart nominee, published monographs on translation before moving out of China. Currently, Changming edits Poetry Pacific with Allen Yuan in Vancouver, and has poetry appearing in Best Canadian Poetry, BestNewPoemsOnline, Threepenny Review and 1229 others across 38 countries. Read more →

My Road to Vermont

KIM ANETSBERGER is a senior at JSC who is expected to graduate in Spring of 2016 with her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts and plans to pursue her MFA after that. She works to express a genuine sense of self through her art, both in her paintings and her drawings/comics. Outside of school, she is a mother of two and also enjoys participating in local musical theatre productions (both on stage and designing sets). Read more →