poetry

Adam Houle

Adam Houle

Adam Houle is the author of Stray (Lithic Press 2017), a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. His poems have appeared in AGNI, Shenandoah, Baltimore Review, and elsewhere. He lives in South Carolina, where he is an assistant professor of English at Francis Marion University.

Adam Houle

Adam Houle

Adam Houle is the author of Stray (Lithic Press 2017), a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. His poems have appeared in AGNI, Shenandoah, Baltimore Review, and elsewhere. He lives in South Carolina, where he is an assistant professor of English at Francis Marion University.

Adam
Houle

Angie Macri

Angie Macri

Angie Macri is the author of Underwater Panther (Southeast Missouri State University), winner of the Cowles Poetry Book Prize, and Fear Nothing of the Future or the Past (Finishing Line). Her recent work appears in The Carolina Quarterly, Harpur Palate, Jet Fuel Review, Lake Effect, and New England Review. An Arkansas Arts Council fellow, she lives in Hot Springs and is teaching at Hendrix College.

Angie Macri

Angie Macri

Angie Macri is the author of Underwater Panther (Southeast Missouri State University), winner of the Cowles Poetry Book Prize, and Fear Nothing of the Future or the Past (Finishing Line). Her recent work appears in The Carolina Quarterly, Harpur Palate, Jet Fuel Review, Lake Effect, and New England Review. An Arkansas Arts Council fellow, she lives in Hot Springs and is teaching at Hendrix College.

Angie
Macri

Brooke Sahni

Brooke Sahni

Brooke Sahni’s poetry and prose have appeared or are forthcoming in magazines such as The Missouri Review, Nimrod, EcoTheo Review, 32 Poems, Cimarron Review and elsewhere. Her poetry chapbook, Divining, is the winner of the 2019 Orison Chapbook Prize and is forthcoming in 2020.

Brooke Sahni

Brooke Sahni

Brooke Sahni’s poetry and prose have appeared or are forthcoming in magazines such as The Missouri Review, Nimrod, EcoTheo Review, 32 Poems, Cimarron Review and elsewhere. Her poetry chapbook, Divining, is the winner of the 2019 Orison Chapbook Prize and is forthcoming in 2020.

Brooke
Sahni

Carolyn Guinzio

Carolyn Guinzio

Carolyn Guinzio is the author of six collections, most recently How Much Of What Falls Will Be Left When It Gets To The Ground? (Tolsun Books, 2018) and Ozark Crows (Spuyten-Duyvil, 2018). Among her previous books are Spoke & Dark (Red Hen, 2012), winner of the To The Lighthouse/A Room Of Her Own Prize, and Spine (Parlor, 2016). Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The New Yorker, The Nation, Poetry, Harvard Review, Bomb, Agni, and many other journals.

Carolyn Guinzio

Carolyn Guinzio

Carolyn Guinzio is the author of six collections, most recently How Much Of What Falls Will Be Left When It Gets To The Ground? (Tolsun Books, 2018) and Ozark Crows (Spuyten-Duyvil, 2018). Among her previous books are Spoke & Dark (Red Hen, 2012), winner of the To The Lighthouse/A Room Of Her Own Prize, and Spine (Parlor, 2016). Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The New Yorker, The Nation, Poetry, Harvard Review, Bomb, Agni, and many other journals.

Carolyn
Guinzio

Cory Hutchinson-Reuss

Cory Hutchinson-Reuss

Cory Hutchinson-Reuss grew up in Arkansas and holds a PhD in English from the University of Iowa. Her poems have most recently appeared in Pangyrus, basalt, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, wildness, and The Missouri Review’s Poem of the Week feature. She has been a Best New Poets nominee and the recipient of the Lynda Hull Memorial Prize for Poetry from Crazyhorse. She lives in Iowa City and serves as a Poetry Reader for The Adroit Journal.

Cory Hutchinson-Reuss

Cory Hutchinson-Reuss

Cory Hutchinson-Reuss grew up in Arkansas and holds a PhD in English from the University of Iowa. Her poems have most recently appeared in Pangyrus, basalt, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, wildness, and The Missouri Review’s Poem of the Week feature. She has been a Best New Poets nominee and the recipient of the Lynda Hull Memorial Prize for Poetry from Crazyhorse. She lives in Iowa City and serves as a Poetry Reader for The Adroit Journal.

Cory
Hutchinson-Reuss

L.I. Henley

L.I. Henley

L.I. Henley was born and raised in the Mojave Desert town of Joshua Tree, California. She is the author of Desert with a Cabin View, The Finding, These Friends These Rooms, and Starshine Road, which won the 2017 Perugia Press Prize. In October, 2019, What Books Press of Santa Monica published her novella in verse, Whole Night Through. Her work has appeared in Tupelo Quarterly, Zone 3, Spillway, Waxwing, Rhino, and elsewhere. 

L.I. Henley

L.I. Henley

L.I. Henley was born and raised in the Mojave Desert town of Joshua Tree, California. She is the author of Desert with a Cabin View, The Finding, These Friends These Rooms, and Starshine Road, which won the 2017 Perugia Press Prize. In October, 2019, What Books Press of Santa Monica published her novella in verse, Whole Night Through. Her work has appeared in Tupelo Quarterly, Zone 3, Spillway, Waxwing, Rhino, and elsewhere. 

L.I.
Henley

Laura Maher

Laura Maher

Laura Maher is the author of the chapbook, Sleep Water (Dancing Girl Press, 2017). Her poetry and prose has appeared in Quarter After Eight, The Common, Crazyhorse, The Collagist, New Ohio Review, and Third Coast. Laura holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arizona, a Master of Arts from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Master of Fine Arts from Warren Wilson College. She lives, works, and writes in Tucson, Arizona.

Laura Maher

Laura Maher

Laura Maher is the author of the chapbook, Sleep Water (Dancing Girl Press, 2017). Her poetry and prose has appeared in Quarter After Eight, The Common, Crazyhorse, The Collagist, New Ohio Review, and Third Coast. Laura holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arizona, a Master of Arts from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Master of Fine Arts from Warren Wilson College. She lives, works, and writes in Tucson, Arizona.

Laura
Maher

Mariah Bosch

Mariah Bosch

Mariah Bosch is a Chicana poet from Fresno, CA. She attends the MFA program there, where she works with Juan Felipe Herrera as a graduate fellow in his Laureate Lab Visual Wordist Studio. Her work can be found in Peach Magazine, The Acentos Review, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, and is forthcoming in Cosmonauts Avenue.

Mariah Bosch

Mariah Bosch

Mariah Bosch is a Chicana poet from Fresno, CA. She attends the MFA program there, where she works with Juan Felipe Herrera as a graduate fellow in his Laureate Lab Visual Wordist Studio. Her work can be found in Peach Magazine, The Acentos Review, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, and is forthcoming in Cosmonauts Avenue.

Mariah
Bosch

Monika Zobel

Monika Zobel

Monika Zobel is the author of two books of poems—An Instrument for Leaving, selected by Dorothea Lasky for the 2013 Slope Editions Book Prize (Slope Editions, 2014), and Das Innenfutter der Wörter (edition keiper, Graz, Austria, 2015). Her writing has appeared in Carve Magazine, Ruminate Magazine, Nimrod International Journal, Poetry Northwest, RHINO Poetry, Redivider, DIAGRAM, Beloit Poetry Journal, Drunken Boat, Guernica Magazine, The Cincinnati Review, Best New Poets 2010, as well as German and Austrian publications. A Fulbright and Djerassi Resident Artists Program alumna, she works as a translator in Bremen, Germany.

Monika Zobel

Monika Zobel

Monika Zobel is the author of two books of poems—An Instrument for Leaving, selected by Dorothea Lasky for the 2013 Slope Editions Book Prize (Slope Editions, 2014), and Das Innenfutter der Wörter (edition keiper, Graz, Austria, 2015). Her writing has appeared in Carve Magazine, Ruminate Magazine, Nimrod International Journal, Poetry Northwest, RHINO Poetry, Redivider, DIAGRAM, Beloit Poetry Journal, Drunken Boat, Guernica Magazine, The Cincinnati Review, Best New Poets 2010, as well as German and Austrian publications. A Fulbright and Djerassi Resident Artists Program alumna, she works as a translator in Bremen, Germany.

Monika
Zobel

Robin Gow

Robin Gow

Robin Gow is the author of the chapbook HONEYSUCKLE. They are a queer and trans poet, editor, and educator based in the NYC area. Their first full-length collection is forthcoming with Tolsun Books Fall 2020.

Robin Gow

Robin Gow

Robin Gow is the author of the chapbook HONEYSUCKLE. They are a queer and trans poet, editor, and educator based in the NYC area. Their first full-length collection is forthcoming with Tolsun Books Fall 2020.

Robin
Gow

Tommy D'Addario

Tommy D'Addario

Tommy D'Addario earned his MFA at the University of Montana. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Columbia Journal, Southern Indiana Review, and Western Humanities Review, among others. He teaches for the Missoula Writing Collaborative, a nonprofit organization devoted to empowering children with critical thinking, cultural awareness, and artistic joy through creative writing. He also holds a Lilly Graduate Fellowship.

Tommy D'Addario

Tommy D'Addario

Tommy D'Addario earned his MFA at the University of Montana. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Columbia Journal, Southern Indiana Review, and Western Humanities Review, among others. He teaches for the Missoula Writing Collaborative, a nonprofit organization devoted to empowering children with critical thinking, cultural awareness, and artistic joy through creative writing. He also holds a Lilly Graduate Fellowship.

Tommy
D'Addario