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SK BROWNELL is a writer, artist, and educator from the American Midwest. Their poetry, prose, and drama have appeared or are forthcoming in Great Lakes Review, Speculative North, Decoded Pride, Cathexis Northwest, and elsewhere. Stephanie was a 2018 Sewanee Conference Tennessee Williams Scholar, and their work was selected as Editor’s Choice for the 2020 Solstice Literary Fiction Prize and as winner of the 2015 National Partners of the American Theatre Playwriting Excellence Award. Stephanie holds an MFA from Boston University, teaches writing at GrubStreet, and creates with Artists’ Theater of Boston. Connect at skbrownell.com. Read more →

Two Poems

EMMA SLOAN is a Canadian poet, journalist, and essayist with 100+ works across 10+ publications. Her writing has previously featured in publications including the Huffington Post, Sonder Midwest, The Good Men Project, Enizagam Literary Journal, and This Side of West. Read more →

Sleepy Whale 49

TERRY BRINKMAN has been painting for over forty five years. He started creating Poems, he has had five poems in the Salt Lake City Weekly. Five Amazon E- Books. Variant and Tide Anthologies. Poems in Rue Scribe, Tiny Seed, jute Milieu Lit and Utah Life Magazine. Poem Village, Snapdragon Journal, Poets Choice, In Parentheses, Healing Muse and the Adelaide Magazine. Read more →

Exam

CHRISTY BAILES lives in Fairfield, California.  She is pursuing a second master’s degree in creative writing from California State University, Sacramento.  Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Gyroscope Review, Dovecote Magazine, Panoplyzine, Calaveras Station Literary Journal, The Penmen Review, and Inkwell Journal.  In 2016, she received a master’s degree in creative writing from Southern New Hampshire University, where she studied with Patrick Culliton.  She has also studied poetry with Lynne Knightand won an honorable mention twice in the Mattia International Poetry Contest.  In 1993, she obtained a bachelor’s degree from Eastman School of Music in clarinet performance. Read more →

Becoming, a Reunion

BENJAMIN MURRAY is a graduate of Eastern Washington University’s MFA program and an advisor for Transformation Tuesday, a poetry and performance event with a focus on marginalized voices. He enjoys roaming the woods of the PNW for Sasquatch and kayaking rivers. His work has been published or is forthcoming in Arkana, Northwest Boulevard, Cobalt, and Stone Coast Review. Read more →

Two Poems by Robin Gow

ROBIN GOW is the author of OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL DEGENERACY (Tolsun Books 2020) and the chapbook HONEYSUCKLE (Finishing Line Press 2019). Their poetry has recently been published in POETRY, New Delta Review, and Roanoke Review. They is a graduate student and professor at Adelphi University pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing. They is the Editor at Large for Village of Crickets and Social Media Coordinator for Oyster River Pages. Read more →

Three Poems

AMY ELLIS has a BA in Creative Writing from Longwood University and a MA in Digital Publishing from Oxford Brookes University. She is a self-published author and works in rights and licensing in the UK publishing industry. Read more →

Two Poems

JESSE DELONG‘s work has appeared in Colorado Review, Mid-American Review, American Letters and Commentary, Indiana Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, and Typo, as well as the anthologies Best New Poets 2011 and Feast: Poetry and Recipes for a Full Seating at Dinner. His chapbooks, Tearings, and Other Poems and Earthwards, were released by Curly Head Press. Read more →