Kevin Sloan is a Denver-based artist working in acrylic on canvas and recently, mixed media sculpture. HIs work can be found in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Tucson Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Arts Santa Fe; and the Tampa Museum of Art, Florida.
Issue 31 Spring 2023
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Jae Nichelle is the author of the poetry chapbook The Porch (As Sanctuary), and her work has appeared in ANMLY, Best New Poets, Muzzle Magazine, The Washington Square Review, The Offing Magazine, and elsewhere. Her spoken word has been featured by Write About Now, Button Poetry, and the Speak Up Poetry Series.
Rachel Attias's work has appeared in n+1, Porter House Review, X-R-A-Y and more. A prose reader for The Adroit Journal and recipient of a residency at Hedgebrook, she holds an MFA from Oregon State University and is at work on her first novel and a collection of stories.
Greg Marshall is a National Endowment for the Arts Fellow in Prose. A graduate of the Michener Center for Writers, his work has been collected in The Best American Essays and has appeared in Fourth Genre, Foglifter, and Electric Literature, among other publications. Marshall's debut memoir, Leg: The Story of a Limb and the Boy Who Grew from It, will be published with Abrams Press in June.
Stanley Stocker is an African-American/Mexican writer and the winner of a 2021 PEN America/Dau Prize, a Creative Power Award 2023, and a finalist for The 2022 Best Spiritual Literature Award - Fiction. His work has appeared in or is forthcoming in Transition, Brittle Paper, Kestrel, Susurrus, Middle House Review, and on the Short Story Today podcast.
Jane Zwart teaches at Calvin University, where she also co-directs the Calvin Center for Faith & Writing. Her poems have appeared in Poetry, The Southern Review, Threepenny Review, TriQuarterly, and Ploughshares, as well as other journals and magazines. She writes book reviews regularly, too, most recently for Plume and The Los Angeles Review of Books.