Monthly Archives: April 2011

James Owens

James Owens lives in New Carlisle, Ind. Two books of his poems have been published: An Hour is the Doorway (Black Lawrence Press) and Frost Lights a Thin Flame (Mayapple Press). His poems, reviews, and translations have appeared widely in … Continue reading

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Clyde Kessler

Clyde Kessler‘s poems have been published in magazines such as Coal Hill Review, Sugar Mule, Wazee, and Barnwood. He lives in Radford, VA with his wife Kendall and their son Alan. Redbird Winter will not scar my name. It hides … Continue reading

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Stephen Mead

A resident of NY, Stephen Mead is a published artist, writer and maker of short collage-films. His latest project, “Whispers of Arias”, a collaboration with composer Kevin MacLeod, is two-volume recording of some of his narrative poems as songs. Candles … Continue reading

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