Corey Mesler has been published in numerous anthologies and journals including Poetry, Gargoyle, Five Points, Good Poems American Places, and Esquire/Narrative. He has published 9 novels, 4 short story collections, and 5 full-length poetry collections, and a dozen chapbooks. He’s been nominated for the Pushcart many times, and 2 of his poems were chosen for … Read more about Corey Mesler.
Aliki Barnstone is a poet, translator, critic, and editor. Her books of poems are Wild With It (2002), a National Books Critics Circle Notable Book, Madly in Love (1997), Windows in Providence (1981), and The Real Tin Flower (which was introduced by Anne Sexton and was published in 1968, when she was twelve years old). … Read more about Aliki Barnstone.
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Tina Barr’s books include Kaleidoscope, The Gathering Eye (Tupelo Press Editor’s Prize), & 3 award-winning chapbooks. Her fellowships include the National Endowment for the Arts, The Tennessee Arts Commission, The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and The MacDowell Colony. Poems are published or forthcoming in Alaska Quarterly Review, American Book Review, The Atlanta Review, Crab … Read more about Tina Barr.
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J.P. Dancing Bear is the author of nine other collections of poetry, most recently, Inner Cities of Gulls (2010) winner of a PEN Oakland-Josephine Miles National Literary Award, and Conflicted Light (2008) both published by Salmon Poetry and the award winning, What Language (Slipstream, 2002). His poems have been published in over a thousand publications … Read more about J.P. Dancing Bear.
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Gaylord Brewer is author of 15 books of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and literary criticism, including the novella Octavius the 1st (Red Hen, 2008), the poetry collection Country of Ghost (Red Hen Press, 2015), the cookbook-memoir The Poet’s Guide to Food, Drink, & Desire (Stephen F. Austin UP, 2015), and most recently a 10th volume … Read more about Gaylord Brewer.
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Bill Brown is the author of nine poetry collections and a textbook. Brown was awarded the Writer of the Year 2011 by the Tennessee Writers Alliance. He is a Scholar at Bread loaf, a Fellow at VCCA, and twice awarded Poetry Fellowships from the Tennessee Arts Commission. Brown’s work appears in Potomac Review, Big Muddy, … Read more about Bill Brown.
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Karen Carissimo was born in Berkeley, California, and educated at Mills College and The University of Southern California. Her poems have appeared in numerous journals, including North American Review, Notre Dame Review, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Western Humanities Review, American Literary Review, Crab Orchard Review, and Puerto del Sol. Her fiction has appeared in Green Mountains … Read more about Karen Carissimo.
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Lisa Coffman grew up in East Tennessee and currently lives on California’s Central Coast—two locales that inspire and color her work. She has received fellowships for her poetry from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Pew Charitable Trusts, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and Bucknell University’s Stadler Center for Poetry. Her first collection of … Read more about Lisa Coffman.
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Geraldine Connolly was born in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. She earned a B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and and an M.A. from the University of Maryland. For seven years she served as co-editor of the literary quarterly, Poet Lore. She is author of a chapbook, The Red Room, and three full-length poetry collections: Food for the … Read more about Geraldine Connolly.
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Daniel Corrie’s first full-length book of poems is near completion. His poems have appeared in The American Scholar, Birmingham Poetry Review, Greensboro Review, Hudson Review, Image, Kenyon Review, Measure, Missouri Review, The Nation, New Criterion, Shenandoah, Southern Review, Southwest Review, Terrain.org, Virginia Quarterly Review, with poems selected for four anthologies and for Verse Daily. Aralia … Read more about Daniel Corrie.