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Charlie M. Broderick

Charlie M. Broderick  graduated from Hamline University with an MFA in creative writing. She now lives in the Twin Cities area and is looking for agent representation for a commercial upper age YA / NA  saga. Her portfolio includes literary short stories, commercial screenplays, CNF essays, and commercial novels. Some of her writings appear in SleetRevolver, and Fiction Depot

Katharine O'Flynn

Katharine O’Flynn lives in Montreal.  Her work has appeared in online journals such as Circa, The Copperfield Review, Commuter Lit. and Persimmon Tree, as well as in print journals and anthologies. Photographs is her first chapbook publication.

 

Steve Tomasko

Insects seem to creep their way into Steve Tomasko’s poems (even his love poems). He doesn’t think that’s a bad thing. His wife, Jeanie, long ago stopped screaming when a dragonfly lands on her. She doesn’t think that’s a bad thing. But they both still get creeped out by spiders. Steve and Jeanie edited the 2015 Wisconsin Poets’ Calendar. Steve has had poems published in various journals including: Anthills, The Aurorean, Corvus, Echoes, The Fiddlehead, Hummingbird, Right Hand Pointing, and Verse Wisconsin.

Meg Eden

Meg Eden's work has been published in various magazines, including Rattle, Drunken Boat, Poet Lore, and Gargoyle. Her poem "Rumiko" won the 2015 Ian MacMillan award for poetry, and she has four poetry chapbooks in print. She teaches at the University of Maryland. Check out her work at: www.megedenbooks.com

Meg teaches workshops with The Eckleburg Workshops. She currently teaches course on creating a chapbook manuscript (ter.ps/chapbook), submitting to literary magazines (ter.ps/litmags), and creating strong poems (ter.ps/poemsi).

Anita Endrezze

Anita is an author and artist. Her recent short story collection, “Butterfly Moon”, was published by the U of AZ Press. Her work has been translated into 10 languages and taught around the world. She won the Bumbershoot/Weyerhaeuser Award, a Washington State Governor’s Writing Award, and a GAP Award for her poetry. She collaborates on art projects with a small group of women. An altered book project on the value of art in Latin America is being archived at the Smithsonian after an exhibit in Phoenix, AZ. She has also worked on an altered book about Don Quixote.

Paula Cisewski

Paula Cisewski's third poetry collection, The Threatened Everything, will appear in 2016 through Burnside Review Books. She is also the author of Ghost Fargo (winner of the Nightboat Poetry Prize),  Upon Arrival (Black Ocean), and several poetry chapbooks. She has been awarded fellowships from the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Jerome Foundation, and the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts. Paula teaches, both academically and privately, and curates artful literary events in the Twin Cities. Misplaced Sinister is her first book of prose.

Sonja Johanson

Sonja Johanson attended College of the Atlantic, in Bar Harbor, ME.  She has recent work appearing in The Albatross, Redheaded Stepchild, and Off the Coast, is a contributing editor at the Found Poetry Review, and is the 2015 recipient of the Zero Bone and Kudzu Poetry Prizes.  Sonja divides her time between work in Massachusetts and her home in the mountains of western Maine.

Andrew Jarvis

Andrew Jarvis is the author of Sound Points (Red Bird Chapbooks), Ascent (Finishing Line Press), and The Strait (Homebound Publications). His poems have appeared in Appalachian Heritage, Measure: A Review of Formal Poetry, Evansville Review, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Tulane Review, and many other magazines. He was a Finalist for the 2014 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize. He also judges poetry contests and edits anthologies for Red Dashboard LLC. Andrew holds an M.A. in Writing (Poetry) from Johns Hopkins University.

Kathleen Kirk

Kathleen Kirk is the poetry editor for Escape Into Life. She is the author of five previous poetry chapbooks, including Interior Sculpture: poems in the voice of Camille Claudel (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), commissioned by Columbus Dance Theatre for the world premier of Claudel. Kirk’s poems and stories appear in many print and online journals, including Arsenic Lobster, Confrontation, Eclectica, Menacing Hedge, Nimrod, Poetry East, Puerto del Sol, RHINO, Quarter After Eight, and Waccamaw.

Jamie Lynn Buehner

Jamie Lynn Buehner is the author of Dessert Poems (Binge Press, 2012) and Catalpa. Her recent work appears in pioneertown., Sleet MagazineThe Midwest Quarterly, and the Wisconsin Review.  She lives in Juneau, Alaska.

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