by Adam Tedesco
by Adam Tedesco
Allison Blevins received her MFA at Queens University of Charlotte and is a Lecturer for the Women’s Studies Program at Pittsburg State University and the Department of English and Philosophy at Missouri Southern State University. She has been a finalist for the Cowles Poetry Book Prize, the Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry, and the Moon City Poetry Award. Her work has appeared in such journals as Mid-American Review, the minnesota review, Nimrod International Journal, Sinister Wisdom, and Josephine Quarterly. Her chapbook, A Season for Speaking, is part of the Robin Becker series from Seven Kitchens Press. She lives in Missouri with her wife and three children.
Art Goodtimes is an American poet, farmer and politician in Colorado. Goodtimes was first elected to the San Miguel County Board of Commissioners in 1996 as a Democrat. He switched
to the Green Party of Colorado in 1998 and was re-elected in 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012.
Counting In Dog Years
by Frank H. Coons
Devon Miller-Duggan has published poems in Rattle, Shenandoah, Margie, Christianityand Literature, Gargoyle. She teaches Creative Writing at the University of Delaware. Her books include Pinning the Bird to the Wall (2008), Neither Prayer, Nor Bird (2013), Alphabet Year, (2017).
Elegy For My Beat Generation
by Neeli Cherkovski
by Jill Sabella & Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer
Jennifer Rane Hancock's poems have appeared in several journals, including the Antioch Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Crab Orchard Review, and Puerto del Sol. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize by the editors of Third Coast, and was a finalist for the Wabash Prize from the Sycamore Review. She lives in Grand Junction, Colorado, where she serves on the city’s Commission on Arts and Culture and leads a monthly poetry group at the Mesa County Public Library. Jennifer teaches writing and literature at Colorado Mesa University.
Karl Plank’s recent work has appeared inNotre Dame Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, New Madrid, Zone 3, Spiritus,and in other publications includingPoetry Daily. He is a past winner of the Thomas Carter Prize (Shenandoah, 1993) and a Pushcart nominee. Since 1982, he has taught at Davidson College where he is the J.W. Cannon Professor of Religion.
Letters To Joan
My Brother's Keeper
David J. Rothman
Neeli Cherkovski is the author of many books of poetry, including From the Canyon Outward (2009), and The Crow and I(2015). He was the coeditor of Anthology of L.A. Poets (with Charles Bukowski) and Cross-Strokes: Poetry between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Cherkovski also wrote biographies of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Charles Bukowski, as well as the critical memoir Whitman’s Wild Children (1988). His papers are held at the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. He has lived in San Francisco since 1974.
Poison In Small Doses
by Tammy Bendetti
by Danny Rosen
Rebound, Restart, Renew,
Saying Your Name Three Times
by Sam Roxas-Chua 姚