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Charles Baudelaire

Charles Baudelaire (1821 – 1897) holds the most wide-ranging influence of the French Symbolist poets. A respected reviewer and critic whose translations of Edgar Allan Poe were much admired in his time, he died young, at only forty-six, but left behind a legacy of work at the center of which stands his masterpiece, the poems of Les Fleurs du mal, first published in 1857 to shock and acclaim.

 

Brooke Clark

Brooke Clark edits the epigrams website the Asses of Parnassus. His work has appeared in journals in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, including Arion, Literary Imagination, the Rotary Dial, the Tangerine, the Literateur, Light, and Partisan, among others.

 

 

Alexander Pepple

Alexander Pepple founded and edits Able Muse and Able Muse Press, and also founded and directs the Eratosphere online worskshop. His poetry and prose have been or will be published in Barrow Street, River Styx, American Arts Quarterly, Light, Think Journal, Euphony, Per Contra, La Petite Zine, San Pedro River Review and elsewhere.

 

Leslie Jill Patterson

Leslie Jill Patterson’s prose has appeared in Prime Number Magazine, Grist, Baltimore Review, Gulf Coast, Bring the Noise: The Best Pop Culture Essays from Barrelhouse, and elsewhere. Her awards include a 2012 Embrey Human Rights Fellowship; the 2013 Everett Southwest Literary Award, judged by Lee K. Abbott; a 2014 Soros Justice Fellowship, funded by the Open Society Foundations in New York; and the 2017 Prime Number Magazine Fiction Award, judged by David Jauss.

 

Alexander Pepple

Alexander Pepple founded and edits Able Muse and Able Muse Press, and also founded and directs the Eratosphere online worskshop. His poetry and prose have been or will be published in Barrow Street, River Styx, American Arts Quarterly, Light, Think Journal, Euphony, Per Contra, La Petite Zine, San Pedro River Review and elsewhere.

 

Malachi Black

Malachi Black is the author of Storm Toward Morning (Copper Canyon Press, 2014), a finalist for the Poetry Society of America (PSA)’s Norma Farber First Book Award and a selection for the PSA’s New American Poets Series. Black teaches at the University of San Diego and lives in California.

 

 

Brooke Clark

Brooke Clark edits the epigrams website the Asses of Parnassus. His work has appeared in journals in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, including Arion, Literary Imagination, the Rotary Dial, the Tangerine, the Literateur, Light, and Partisan, among others.

 

 

Rachel Hadas

The latest of Rachel Hadas’s many books of poetry is Questions in the Vestibule (April 2016, Northwestern University Press). Her verse translations of Euripides’ two Iphigenia plays will be published by Northwestern in the spring of 2018. A new collection, Poems for Camilla, is due out from Measure Press in June 2018. Rachel is Board of Governors Professor of English at Rutgers University-Newark.

 

 

Jean L. Kreiling

Jean L. Kreiling’s first collection of poems, The Truth in Dissonance (Kelsay Books), was published in 2014.Her work has appeared widely in print and online journals, including American Arts Quarterly, Angle, the Evansville Review, Measure, and Mezzo Cammin, and in several anthologies.

 

Kathryn Locey

Kathryn Locey teaches English at Brenau University in Gainesville, Georgia. Her poems have appeared in Paper Nautilus, Able Muse, and Voices from the Porch anthology.

 

 

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