In this issue

  • Z.G. TomaszewskiZ.G. Tomaszewski currently serves on the boards of Great Lakes Commonwealth of Letters and Lamp Light Music Festival. Poems have recently appeared in publications including Cold Mountain Review, OVS Magazine, and Scintilla. Tomaszewski’s chapbook W. Pond is forthcoming from Issue Press.Loss
  • James GrinwisJames Grinwis‘ two books of poetry are The City from Nome (National Poetry Review Press) and Exhibit of Forking Paths (Coffee House). He co-edits Bateau Press and lives in Northampton, MA.Fragilistics
  • Forms of Glue
  • Andrea PotosAndrea Potos is the author of four poetry collections, most recently We Lit the Lamps Ourselves from Salmon Poetry in Ireland. Another collection from Salmon will be published in 2015. Her postrongs appear widely in print and online, including Poetry East, Women’s Review of Books, Southern Poetry Review, Pirene’s Fountain, North American Review, The Galway Review, and many others.Sister to Sister
  • Stephen SipersteinStephen Siperstein lives in Cambridge, MA and teaches writing and environmental studies at Stonehill College in Easton, MA. His poetry has appeared in Ecotone, Meetinghouse, Listenlight and Town Creek Poetry.Advice for Disposing of Regret
  • Michael T. YoungMichael T. Young has published three collections of poetry: Transcriptions of Daylight, Because the Wind Has Questions and, most recently, Living in the Counterpoint. His next full-length collection, The Beautiful Moment of Being Lost, will be published in 2014 by Poets Wear Prada Press. He received a fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and was twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He also received the Chaffin Poetry Award and was runner-up for the William Stafford Award. His work has appeared in numerous journals including Coe Review, Iodine Poetry Journal, The Potomac Review, and The Raintown Review. He lives with his wife and children in Jersey City, New Jersey.Salting our Hungers
  • Sean LauseSean Lause teaches courses in Shakespeare, The American Short Story and Composition at Rhodes State College in Lima, Ohio. His poems have appeared in The Minnesota Review, Another Chicago Magazine, The Alaska Quarterly, The Atlanta Review, European Judaism, The Pedestal, Sanskrit and Poetry International. He published a book a poems, Bestiary of Souls, through FutureCycle Press earlier this year.Star Chant

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