Garage Wedding

DARRELL DELA CRUZ‘s poems have appeared in The William & Mary Review, Hawaii Pacific Review, Rock & Sling, OCA Enizagam, and Thin Air. He has a blog where he analyzes poems: retailmfa.blogspot.com. He graduated with an MFA in Poetry from San Jose State University. Read more →

Milos

Once a high school math teacher, Andrés left math for an MFA in fiction from The New School. His writing has appeared in The Green Mountains Review, Welter, and The Sand Hill Review among others. He is represented by Lotus Lane Literary. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart. Read more →

The Farmhouse

CAL LOUISE PHOENIX graduated with a BA in English creative writing and sociology from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. Her immediate plans include the pursuit of an MFA in creative writing. She was the winner of Beecher’s 2015 Contest in nonfiction, and her work has appeared in the likes of Gravel, Cactus Heart, the Apeiron Review, HOUND, and Green Blotter, among others. Away from her desk, she enjoys hand-sewing, attends shul, and resists nihilistic self-sabotage. Read more →

Two Poems

MARTY MCCONNELL lives in Chicago, Illinois, and received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. Her first full-length collection, “wine for a shotgun,” was published by EM Press, and her first non-fiction book, “Gathering Voices: Creating a Community-Based Poetry Workshop,” is forthcoming in 2018 on YesYes Books. Read more →

Rainbow Valley

CHELSEA HARRIS has appeared, or is forthcoming in, Cigale Literary Magazine, Cleaver Magazine, Habitat Magazine, Quaint Magazine and The Fem. She is also the editorial assistant and event coordinator at Fifth Wednesday Journal. Chelsea received her MFA from Columbia College Chicago. Read more →

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 →