Poetry

Adam Houle

Adam Houle

Adam Houle is a doctoral candidate at Texas Tech. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Cave Wall, Willow Springs, Blackbird, the Best New Poets anthology, and elsewhere. He received an honorable mention from The Atlantic Student Writing Contest and was a finalist for the Arts & Letters Rumi Prize in Poetry. He lives in Lubbock, Texas. 

Adam Houle

Adam Houle

Adam Houle is a doctoral candidate at Texas Tech. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Cave Wall, Willow Springs, Blackbird, the Best New Poets anthology, and elsewhere. He received an honorable mention from The Atlantic Student Writing Contest and was a finalist for the Arts & Letters Rumi Prize in Poetry. He lives in Lubbock, Texas. 

Adam
Houle

Alec Hershman

Alec Hershman

Alec Hershman lives in St. Louis where he teaches at The Stevens Institute of Business and Arts. Other poems are forthcoming in Denver Quarterly, Colorado Review, Burnside ReviewThe Journal, Yemassee, Lumina, and The Sycamore Review. His chapbook length sequence Jollyboats can be viewed for free online at The White Whale Review.

Alec Hershman

Alec Hershman

Alec Hershman lives in St. Louis where he teaches at The Stevens Institute of Business and Arts. Other poems are forthcoming in Denver Quarterly, Colorado Review, Burnside ReviewThe Journal, Yemassee, Lumina, and The Sycamore Review. His chapbook length sequence Jollyboats can be viewed for free online at The White Whale Review.

Alec
Hershman

Carrie Moniz

Carrie  Moniz

Carrie Moniz was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She earned a BA in English and an MFA in Creative Writing/Poetry from San Diego State University. In 2009 she was awarded the Norma Sullivan Memorial Endowed Scholarship and the Dr. Minas Savvas Endowed Fellowship for creative writers. Carrie's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Ploughshares, Yellow Medicine Review, Third Wednesday, Suisun Valley Review, Corium Magazine, Web del Sol Review of Books, and numerous other journals and anthologies. She lives in San Diego, California and is a founding editor of The California Journal of Poetics. 

Carrie Moniz

Carrie  Moniz

Carrie Moniz was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She earned a BA in English and an MFA in Creative Writing/Poetry from San Diego State University. In 2009 she was awarded the Norma Sullivan Memorial Endowed Scholarship and the Dr. Minas Savvas Endowed Fellowship for creative writers. Carrie's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Ploughshares, Yellow Medicine Review, Third Wednesday, Suisun Valley Review, Corium Magazine, Web del Sol Review of Books, and numerous other journals and anthologies. She lives in San Diego, California and is a founding editor of The California Journal of Poetics. 

Carrie
Moniz

Christopher Citro

Christopher Citro

Christopher Citro's poetry appears or is forthcoming in Poetry East, Arts & Letters Prime, Fourteen Hills, The Cincinnati Review, the minnesota review, The Cortland Review, Tar River Poetry, Harpur Palate, and elsewhere. He has taught creative writing at Indiana University and the Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. His poetry has twice been featured on Verse Daily, and his awards include the 2006 Langston Hughes Creative Writing Award for Poetry and the Darrell Burton Fellowship in Creative Writing. He is currently completing an MFA in poetry at Indiana University.

Christopher Citro

Christopher Citro

Christopher Citro's poetry appears or is forthcoming in Poetry East, Arts & Letters Prime, Fourteen Hills, The Cincinnati Review, the minnesota review, The Cortland Review, Tar River Poetry, Harpur Palate, and elsewhere. He has taught creative writing at Indiana University and the Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. His poetry has twice been featured on Verse Daily, and his awards include the 2006 Langston Hughes Creative Writing Award for Poetry and the Darrell Burton Fellowship in Creative Writing. He is currently completing an MFA in poetry at Indiana University.

Christopher
Citro

Cortney Davis

Cortney Davis

Cortney Davis is the author of five poetry collections, including Details of Flesh (Calyx Books) and Leopold's Maneuvers (Univ. of Nebraska Press) winner of the Prairie Schooner Poetry Prize.Her non-fiction publications include I Knew a Woman: The Experience of the Female Body (Random House), winner of the Center for the Book Non-Fiction Award, and The Heart's Truth: Essays on the Art of Nursing (Kent State Univ. Press), winner of an Independent Publisher's Silver Medal. Recipient of an NEA Poetry Fellowship and three Connecticut Commission on the Arts Poetry Grants, Cortney is the poetry editor of the journal Alimentum: the Literature of Food.  

Cortney Davis

Cortney Davis

Cortney Davis is the author of five poetry collections, including Details of Flesh (Calyx Books) and Leopold's Maneuvers (Univ. of Nebraska Press) winner of the Prairie Schooner Poetry Prize.Her non-fiction publications include I Knew a Woman: The Experience of the Female Body (Random House), winner of the Center for the Book Non-Fiction Award, and The Heart's Truth: Essays on the Art of Nursing (Kent State Univ. Press), winner of an Independent Publisher's Silver Medal. Recipient of an NEA Poetry Fellowship and three Connecticut Commission on the Arts Poetry Grants, Cortney is the poetry editor of the journal Alimentum: the Literature of Food.  

Cortney
Davis

Gregory Castle

Gregory Castle

Gregory Castle teaches Irish literature at Arizona State University. He has published books and essays on Irish writers, including Joyce, Wilde and Yeats. He has published poems in Jacaranda ReviewMergeBoyne Berries, and Revival. In 2010, he won 2nd prize in the 12th Francis Ledwidge International Poetry Award (Dublin, IRE).

Gregory Castle

Gregory Castle

Gregory Castle teaches Irish literature at Arizona State University. He has published books and essays on Irish writers, including Joyce, Wilde and Yeats. He has published poems in Jacaranda ReviewMergeBoyne Berries, and Revival. In 2010, he won 2nd prize in the 12th Francis Ledwidge International Poetry Award (Dublin, IRE).

Gregory
Castle

Gregory Djanikian

Gregory Djanikian

Gregory Djanikian has published five collections of poetry with Carnegie Mellon University Press, the last of which is So I Will Till the Ground (2007).  His poems have appeared in many journals including American Poetry Review, The American Scholar, Boulevard, The Georgia Review, Iowa Review, Poetry, Poetry Northwest, The Southern Review, Shenandoah, and TriQuarterly, and he has been featured on NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.  He directs the undergraduate creative writing program at the University of Pennsylvania.

Gregory Djanikian

Gregory Djanikian

Gregory Djanikian has published five collections of poetry with Carnegie Mellon University Press, the last of which is So I Will Till the Ground (2007).  His poems have appeared in many journals including American Poetry Review, The American Scholar, Boulevard, The Georgia Review, Iowa Review, Poetry, Poetry Northwest, The Southern Review, Shenandoah, and TriQuarterly, and he has been featured on NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.  He directs the undergraduate creative writing program at the University of Pennsylvania.

Gregory
Djanikian

Jackie White

Jackie White

Jackie K. White earned her PhD in Creative Writing (poetry) from UIC with concentrations in Latino and Latin American and Women's Studies. She served for 9 years as an editor with RHINO, and is an associate professor at Lewis University. Her poems and translations have appeared in ACM, Bayou, Folio, Karamu, Natural Bridge, Quarter after Eight, Spoon River, Third Coast, etc. and online at seven corners, shadowbox, and prosepoem.com. Her chapbook Bestiary Charming won the 2006 Anabiosis Press award, and Petal Tearing & Variations was published by Finishing Line in 2008. A third chapbook is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press.

Jackie White

Jackie White

Jackie K. White earned her PhD in Creative Writing (poetry) from UIC with concentrations in Latino and Latin American and Women's Studies. She served for 9 years as an editor with RHINO, and is an associate professor at Lewis University. Her poems and translations have appeared in ACM, Bayou, Folio, Karamu, Natural Bridge, Quarter after Eight, Spoon River, Third Coast, etc. and online at seven corners, shadowbox, and prosepoem.com. Her chapbook Bestiary Charming won the 2006 Anabiosis Press award, and Petal Tearing & Variations was published by Finishing Line in 2008. A third chapbook is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press.

Jackie
White

John-Michael Bloomquist

John Michael Bloomquist

John-Michael Bloomquist is a poet living in Bloomington, IN with his wife, where he teaches poetry at the Monroe County Jail and gift economics at the Crestmont Boys’ and Girls’ Club.  He holds a dual-genre MFA degree in Poetry and CNF from Virginia Commonwealth University. His poetry has been published in The Tampa Review, The Carolina Quarterly, Third Coast and many more. He has forthcoming work in Painted Bride Quarterly and he is being nominated for a Pushcart by Matter. He is the founder of poetryfortrash.com, a public arts project that encourages gift economics as a solution to pollution. 

John-Michael Bloomquist

John Michael Bloomquist

John-Michael Bloomquist is a poet living in Bloomington, IN with his wife, where he teaches poetry at the Monroe County Jail and gift economics at the Crestmont Boys’ and Girls’ Club.  He holds a dual-genre MFA degree in Poetry and CNF from Virginia Commonwealth University. His poetry has been published in The Tampa Review, The Carolina Quarterly, Third Coast and many more. He has forthcoming work in Painted Bride Quarterly and he is being nominated for a Pushcart by Matter. He is the founder of poetryfortrash.com, a public arts project that encourages gift economics as a solution to pollution. 

John-Michael
Bloomquist

John A. Nieves

John A. Nieves

John A. Nieves has poems forthcoming or recently published in journals such as: Southern Review, Poetry Northwest, and Minnesota Review. He won the 2011 Indiana Review Poetry Contest and his first book, Curio (2014), won the Elixir Press Annual Poetry Award Judge’s Prize. He is an Assistant Professor of English at Salisbury University. He received his M.A. from University of South Florida and his Ph.D. from the University of Missouri.

John A. Nieves

John A. Nieves

John A. Nieves has poems forthcoming or recently published in journals such as: Southern Review, Poetry Northwest, and Minnesota Review. He won the 2011 Indiana Review Poetry Contest and his first book, Curio (2014), won the Elixir Press Annual Poetry Award Judge’s Prize. He is an Assistant Professor of English at Salisbury University. He received his M.A. from University of South Florida and his Ph.D. from the University of Missouri.

John A.
Nieves

John M. Anderson

John M. Anderson

John M. Anderson teaches at Boston College. Featured in both Poetry Daily and Verse Daily, he has new poems in Poetry Northwest, Spillway, Tuesday: An Art Project, and Crazyhorse —plus a canyonland chapbook, Dictionary Quilt (Pudding House, 2007). His manuscript Alamos: A Chain Reaction is a ghost story in verse about J. Robert Oppenheimer and the landscape of the American Southwest.

John M. Anderson

John M. Anderson

John M. Anderson teaches at Boston College. Featured in both Poetry Daily and Verse Daily, he has new poems in Poetry Northwest, Spillway, Tuesday: An Art Project, and Crazyhorse —plus a canyonland chapbook, Dictionary Quilt (Pudding House, 2007). His manuscript Alamos: A Chain Reaction is a ghost story in verse about J. Robert Oppenheimer and the landscape of the American Southwest.

John M.
Anderson

Julie Hensley

Julie Hensley

Julie Hensley grew up on a sheep farm in the Shenandoah Valley, but now makes her home in Kentucky with her husband (the writer R. Dean Johnson) and their two children. She is a core faculty member of the Bluegrass Writers Studio, the brief-residency MFA program at Eastern Kentucky University. Julie won The Southern Women Writers Emerging Voice Award in both fiction (2005) and poetry (2009). Her work has been nominated for the Pushcart Anthology and regularly appears in a variety of journals, most recently in PoemMemiorStory, The Pinch, Blackbird, and Louisville Review. Her chapbook of poems, The Language of Horses, is available from Finishing Line Press.

Julie Hensley

Julie Hensley

Julie Hensley grew up on a sheep farm in the Shenandoah Valley, but now makes her home in Kentucky with her husband (the writer R. Dean Johnson) and their two children. She is a core faculty member of the Bluegrass Writers Studio, the brief-residency MFA program at Eastern Kentucky University. Julie won The Southern Women Writers Emerging Voice Award in both fiction (2005) and poetry (2009). Her work has been nominated for the Pushcart Anthology and regularly appears in a variety of journals, most recently in PoemMemiorStory, The Pinch, Blackbird, and Louisville Review. Her chapbook of poems, The Language of Horses, is available from Finishing Line Press.

Julie
Hensley

Katherine Soniat

Katherine Soniat

Katherine Soniat’s seventh collection, Bright Stranger, is forthcoming from Louisiana State University Press in spring 2016. The Goodbye Animals, recently received the Turtle Island Quarterly Chapbook Award and will be published by Foothills Press this December. The Poetry Council of North Carolina selected The Swing Girl (LSU Press) as Best Collection of 2011 and A Shared Life won the Iowa Poetry Prize. Work appears in World Poetry Portfolio #60, Saint Katherine Review, Hotel Amerika, storySouth, Prairie Schooner (Waterfusion),and Connotations Press. Previously on the faculty on at Hollins University and Virginia Tech, she teaches in the Great Smokies Writers Program at UNC-Asheville.

Katherine Soniat

Katherine Soniat

Katherine Soniat’s seventh collection, Bright Stranger, is forthcoming from Louisiana State University Press in spring 2016. The Goodbye Animals, recently received the Turtle Island Quarterly Chapbook Award and will be published by Foothills Press this December. The Poetry Council of North Carolina selected The Swing Girl (LSU Press) as Best Collection of 2011 and A Shared Life won the Iowa Poetry Prize. Work appears in World Poetry Portfolio #60, Saint Katherine Review, Hotel Amerika, storySouth, Prairie Schooner (Waterfusion),and Connotations Press. Previously on the faculty on at Hollins University and Virginia Tech, she teaches in the Great Smokies Writers Program at UNC-Asheville.

Katherine
Soniat

Kate Fetherston

Kate Fetherston

Kate Fetherston is an artist and poet living in Montpelier, Vermont. Kate’s first book of poems, Until Nothing More Can Break, was released in 2012. Her poems and essays in numerous journals including North American Review, Hunger Mountain, and Third Coast. Kate’s received grants from the Vermont Council on the Arts and Vermont Studio Center. Her art is an intuitive interpretation of the visual world explored through color, texture, and layering. Kate’s shown in Vermont and California and her work is in private collections around the country.

Kate Fetherston

Kate Fetherston

Kate Fetherston is an artist and poet living in Montpelier, Vermont. Kate’s first book of poems, Until Nothing More Can Break, was released in 2012. Her poems and essays in numerous journals including North American Review, Hunger Mountain, and Third Coast. Kate’s received grants from the Vermont Council on the Arts and Vermont Studio Center. Her art is an intuitive interpretation of the visual world explored through color, texture, and layering. Kate’s shown in Vermont and California and her work is in private collections around the country.

Kate
Fetherston

Keith Montesano

Keith Montesano

Keith Montesano is the author of the poetry collection Ghost Lights (Dream Horse Press, 2010). His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Blackbird, Mid-American Review, Third Coast, Hayden's Ferry Review, Quarterly West, Ninth Letter, RHINO, and elsewhere. He currently lives with his wife in New York, where he is a PhD Candidate in English and creative writing at Binghamton University. 

Keith Montesano

Keith Montesano

Keith Montesano is the author of the poetry collection Ghost Lights (Dream Horse Press, 2010). His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Blackbird, Mid-American Review, Third Coast, Hayden's Ferry Review, Quarterly West, Ninth Letter, RHINO, and elsewhere. He currently lives with his wife in New York, where he is a PhD Candidate in English and creative writing at Binghamton University. 

Keith
Montesano

Krystal Howard

Krystal Howard

Krystal Howard is currently an MFA candidate at Western Michigan University, where she teaches Composition and Children's Literature. She is also the Poetry Editor for Third Coast Magazine. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Quarterly West, Weave Magazine, Prism Review, and PANK.

Krystal Howard

Krystal Howard

Krystal Howard is currently an MFA candidate at Western Michigan University, where she teaches Composition and Children's Literature. She is also the Poetry Editor for Third Coast Magazine. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Quarterly West, Weave Magazine, Prism Review, and PANK.

Krystal
Howard

Letitia Trent

Letitia Trent

Letitia Trent's books include One Perfect Bird (Sundress Publications) and the chapbooks Splice (Blue Hour Press) and The Medical Diaries (Scantily Clad Press). She is a graduate of the Ohio State University MFA program and has been a fellow at MacDowell and the Vermont Studio Center.

Letitia Trent

Letitia Trent

Letitia Trent's books include One Perfect Bird (Sundress Publications) and the chapbooks Splice (Blue Hour Press) and The Medical Diaries (Scantily Clad Press). She is a graduate of the Ohio State University MFA program and has been a fellow at MacDowell and the Vermont Studio Center.

Letitia
Trent

Lori Brack

Lori Brack

Lori Brack's poems are recently published or forthcoming in Another Chicago Magazine, Mid-American Review, Weave, burntdistrict, The Prose-Poem Project, Miracle Monocle, and the anthology Begin Again. Other publications include Packingtown Review, Rosebud, North American Review and her 2010 chapbook, A Fine Place to See the Sky, published by The Field School, New York. The chapbook is a poetic script for a work of performance art, Farmers Dream, in collaboration with artist Ernesto Pujol. 

Lori Brack

Lori Brack

Lori Brack's poems are recently published or forthcoming in Another Chicago Magazine, Mid-American Review, Weave, burntdistrict, The Prose-Poem Project, Miracle Monocle, and the anthology Begin Again. Other publications include Packingtown Review, Rosebud, North American Review and her 2010 chapbook, A Fine Place to See the Sky, published by The Field School, New York. The chapbook is a poetic script for a work of performance art, Farmers Dream, in collaboration with artist Ernesto Pujol. 

Lori
Brack

Marge Piercy

Marge Piercy

Marge Piercy is the author of 18 collections of poetry, most recently The Crooked Inheritence and this spring, her second volume of new and selected poems 1980-2010 The Hunger Moon, out from Knopf. She has published 17 novels, most recently Sex Wars. Two of her early novels, Dance The Eangle To Sleep and Vida, are being republished with new introductions by PM Press this fall. Her work has been translated into 19 languages. Her memoir Sleeping With Cats is available from Harper Perennial.

Marge Piercy

Marge Piercy

Marge Piercy is the author of 18 collections of poetry, most recently The Crooked Inheritence and this spring, her second volume of new and selected poems 1980-2010 The Hunger Moon, out from Knopf. She has published 17 novels, most recently Sex Wars. Two of her early novels, Dance The Eangle To Sleep and Vida, are being republished with new introductions by PM Press this fall. Her work has been translated into 19 languages. Her memoir Sleeping With Cats is available from Harper Perennial.

Marge
Piercy

Melissa Kwasny

Melissa Kwasny

Melissa Kwasny is the author of four books of poems: The Nine Senses (Milkweed Editions 2011), Reading Novalis in Montana (Milkweed 2009), Thistle (Lost Horse Press 2006), and The Archival Birds (Bear Star Press 2000).  She is also the editor of Toward the Open Field: Poets on the Art of Poetry 1800-1950 (Wesleyan University Press 2004), and co-editor, with M.L. Smoker, of I Go To the Ruined Place: Contemporary Poets in Defense of Global Human Rights. She lives in western Montana.

Melissa Kwasny

Melissa Kwasny

Melissa Kwasny is the author of four books of poems: The Nine Senses (Milkweed Editions 2011), Reading Novalis in Montana (Milkweed 2009), Thistle (Lost Horse Press 2006), and The Archival Birds (Bear Star Press 2000).  She is also the editor of Toward the Open Field: Poets on the Art of Poetry 1800-1950 (Wesleyan University Press 2004), and co-editor, with M.L. Smoker, of I Go To the Ruined Place: Contemporary Poets in Defense of Global Human Rights. She lives in western Montana.

Melissa
Kwasny

Peggy Shumaker

Peggy Shumaker

Peggy Shumaker is Alaska State Writer Laureate.  Her most recent book of poems is Gnawed Bones. Her lyrical memoir is Just Breathe Normally. In 2013, Red Hen Press will publish Toucan Nest, a book of poems set in Costa Rica. Professor emerita from University of Alaska Fairbanks, Shumaker teaches in the Rainier Writing Workshop. She is founding editor of Boreal Books, publishers of fine art and literature from Alaska. She edits the Alaska Literary Series at University of Alaska Press.

Peggy Shumaker

Peggy Shumaker

Peggy Shumaker is Alaska State Writer Laureate.  Her most recent book of poems is Gnawed Bones. Her lyrical memoir is Just Breathe Normally. In 2013, Red Hen Press will publish Toucan Nest, a book of poems set in Costa Rica. Professor emerita from University of Alaska Fairbanks, Shumaker teaches in the Rainier Writing Workshop. She is founding editor of Boreal Books, publishers of fine art and literature from Alaska. She edits the Alaska Literary Series at University of Alaska Press.

Peggy
Shumaker

Penelope Schott

Penelope Schott

Penelope Scambly Schott is the author of five chapbooks and eight full-length books of poetry. Her verse biography A is for Anne: Mistress Hutchinson Disturbs the Commonwealth received the 2008 Oregon Book Award for Poetry. Her most recent book, Crow Mercies (2010) was awarded the Sarah Lantz Memorial Award from Calyx Press. Penelope lives in Portland and teaches an annual poetry workshop in Dufur, Oregon.

Penelope Schott

Penelope Schott

Penelope Scambly Schott is the author of five chapbooks and eight full-length books of poetry. Her verse biography A is for Anne: Mistress Hutchinson Disturbs the Commonwealth received the 2008 Oregon Book Award for Poetry. Her most recent book, Crow Mercies (2010) was awarded the Sarah Lantz Memorial Award from Calyx Press. Penelope lives in Portland and teaches an annual poetry workshop in Dufur, Oregon.

Penelope
Schott

Ryan Mattern

Ryan Mattern

Ryan Mattern is an M.A. student in the Creative Writing Program at UC Davis. He is the recipient of the Felix Valdez Award for short fiction. His work has appeared in Badlands, The Red Wheelbarrow, Criminal Class Review, THE2NDHAND, and Poetry Quarterly, among others. He is a member of poetrIE, a reading series dedicated to showcasing the literary voices of California's Inland Empire. He lives and writes in Northern California. Photo by Caitlyn Fairfax.

Ryan Mattern

Ryan Mattern

Ryan Mattern is an M.A. student in the Creative Writing Program at UC Davis. He is the recipient of the Felix Valdez Award for short fiction. His work has appeared in Badlands, The Red Wheelbarrow, Criminal Class Review, THE2NDHAND, and Poetry Quarterly, among others. He is a member of poetrIE, a reading series dedicated to showcasing the literary voices of California's Inland Empire. He lives and writes in Northern California. Photo by Caitlyn Fairfax.

Ryan
Mattern

Stan Sanvel Rubin

Stan Sanvel Rubin

Stan Sanvel Rubin's poems have appeared recently or are forthcoming in Gris-Gris, Poetry Northwest, Concho River Review, Hubbub, Hamilton Stone Review and The Laurel Review. His fourth full collection, There. Here., was published by Lost Horse Press in 2013. He lives on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington state and writes essay-reviews of poetry for Water-Stone Review out of Hamline University, St. Paul, MN. He retired  as co-founding director of the Rainier Writing Workshop low residency MFA program in 2014. 

Stan Sanvel Rubin

Stan Sanvel Rubin

Stan Sanvel Rubin's poems have appeared recently or are forthcoming in Gris-Gris, Poetry Northwest, Concho River Review, Hubbub, Hamilton Stone Review and The Laurel Review. His fourth full collection, There. Here., was published by Lost Horse Press in 2013. He lives on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington state and writes essay-reviews of poetry for Water-Stone Review out of Hamline University, St. Paul, MN. He retired  as co-founding director of the Rainier Writing Workshop low residency MFA program in 2014. 

Stan Sanvel
Rubin

Suzanne Marie Hopcroft

Suzanne Marie  Hopcroft

Suzanne Marie Hopcroft's poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in South Dakota Review, Weave Magazine, Sierra Nevada Review, PANK, Word Riot, and others. Suzanne is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at Yale University and writes from New York City, where she teaches composition at Hostos Community College.

Suzanne Marie Hopcroft

Suzanne Marie  Hopcroft

Suzanne Marie Hopcroft's poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in South Dakota Review, Weave Magazine, Sierra Nevada Review, PANK, Word Riot, and others. Suzanne is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at Yale University and writes from New York City, where she teaches composition at Hostos Community College.

Suzanne Marie
Hopcroft