Monthly Archives: August 2011

John Swain

John Swain lives in Louisville, Kentucky. His most recent chapbook, Fragments of Calendars, was published by Thunderclap Press. His work has received nominations for the Pushcart Prize, Best of the Net, and Best of the Web. Neither Eating In sun … Continue reading

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Phillip Polefrone

Phillip Polefrone lives in Brooklyn. His poems have appeared in The Broome Street Review, his essays in Mercer Street. He is trying to find his way out of school at the same time that he is trying to find a … Continue reading

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Lawrence Buentello

Lawrence Buentello‘s fiction and poetry have been accepted by a number of publications, including The Storyteller, Word Riot, The Writer’s Journal, The Wallace Stevens Journal, New Works Review, Paradigm and others. The Incorruptibility of the Soul The structure of a … Continue reading

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Lindsey Walker

Originally from Chattanooga, Lindsey Walker is currently a student of creative writing in Seattle. She has won the Loft Poetry Contest, the Marcia Barton Award for Fiction and the national prize for best essay from the League for Innovation. Her … Continue reading

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Vernon Frazer

Vernon Frazer has published many books of poetry and fiction. His work has appeared in Big Bridge, Drunken Boat, Exquisite Corpse, First Intensity, Golden Handcuffs Review, Jack Magazine, Lost and Found Times, Moria, Otoliths and many other literary magazines. His … Continue reading

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Peter Marra

Peter Marra is from Williamsburg Brooklyn. Born in Brooklyn, he lived in the East Village, New York from 1979-1987 at the height of the punk – no wave rebellion. Peter has had a lifelong fascination with Surrealism, Dadaism, and Symbolism, … Continue reading

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Allison Grayhurst

Over the past twenty years, Allison Grayhurst‘s poems have been published in journals throughout the United States, Canada, and in the United Kingdom, including The Antigonish Review, Dalhousie Review, The New Quarterly, Wascana Review, Poetry Nottingham International, The Cape Rock … Continue reading

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