Molly Malone

Molly Malone is a young writer living in the Washington, DC area.  She gleans inspiration from the world around her, from rain and sun and small children and music and the small rodents that race about the backyard of her suburban home.

Kristen Edwards

Kristen Edwards is a writer living in San Francisco. She has a B.A. in Classics (Ancient Greek) from the University of Virginia, and fourteen years of business experience in the high tech industry. She is currently working on a collection of short stories, and her memoir, The Way Home.

Anne Fox

Anne Fox, who, with the decades, has stretched the concept of middle age to its limits, spends most of her time copy editing the work of others—novelists, essayists, short-story writers, practitioners of fiction and nonfiction in both a small newspaper and a literary newsletter. (The MacArthur Metro in Oakland and Write Angles, California Writers Club, Berkeley Branch). As a kibitzing editor, she applies “the stick of compassion” to hollow-eyed writers, cajoling them to finish that manuscript, write that query letter, create that book proposal.

Thomas David Lisk

Thomas David Lisk’s poetry, fiction, essays, and journalism (news, reviews and features) have been widely published.  Recent work has appeared in LIT, Massachusetts Review, Hotel Amerika, and Lungfull! His published books include These Beautiful Limits (Parlor Press, 2006) and Tentative List (a) (Kitchen Press Chapbooks, 2008). He teaches literature and occasionally journalism at North Carolina State University.

Stanley P. Anderson

Stanley P.

Rebecca Foust

Rebecca Foust’s book, All That Gorgeous, Pitiless Song, recently won the Many Mountains Moving Book Award and will be released in 2010.  Two chapbooks, Mom’s Canoe (Texas Review Press, 2009) and Dark Card (TRP, 2008) won the Robert Phillips Poetry Prize in consecutive years.

Peter Branson

Peter Branson lives in Rode Heath, a village in South Cheshire, England. A former teacher and lecturer, he now organises writing workshops. Until last year he was Writer-in-residence for “All Write” run by Stoke-on-Trent Libraries.

Maryann Corbett

Maryann Corbett is the author of two chapbooks, Dissonance (Scienter Press, forthcoming) and Gardening in a Time of War (Pudding House, 2007) and co-winner of the 2009 Willis Barnstone Translation Prize. Her poems, essays, and translations have appeared or are forthcoming in River Styx, Atlanta Review, The Evansville Review, The Dark Horse, and many other journals in print and online. She lives in St. Paul and works for the Minnesota Legislature.

Lyn Lifshin

Lyn Lifshin latest book Barbaro: Beyond Brokenness (Texas Review Press, 2009).

Lark Beltran

Lark Beltran, originally from California, has lived in Peru for over half her life, along with her Peruvian husband, as an ESL teacher.  Over the last several years her poems have appeared in a number of online and print journals including Penwood Review, Rose & Thorn, Ascent Aspirations , Bolts of Silk and Ancient Paths.

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