John Grey is an Australian poet who has recently published in That, Dunes Review, Poetry East and North Dakota Quarterly, with work upcoming in Haight-Ashbury Literary Journal, Thin Air, Dalhousie
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Paul Ilechko is the author of the chapbooks “Bartok in Winter” (Flutter Press, 2018) and “Graph of Life” (Finishing Line Press, 2018). His work has appeared in a variety of journals, including Manhattanville Review, West Trade Review, River River, Otoliths and Pithead Chapel. He lives with his partner in Lambertville, NJ.
DS Maolalai has been nominated four times for Best of the Net and three times for the Pushcart Prize. His poetry has been released in two collections, "Love is Breaking Plates in the Garden" (Encircle Press, 2016) and "Sad Havoc Among the Birds" (Turas Press, 2019)
Dan Overgaard was born and raised in Thailand. He attended Westmont College, dropped out, moved to Seattle, became a transit operator, then managed transit technology projects and programs, but is now retired and catching up on reading. His poems have appeared in Light, Third Wednesday, Allegro Poetry, Sweet and Triggerfish Critical Review. Read more at: danovergaard.com.
Tim Poland is the author of two novels, Yellow Stonefly (2018) and The Safety of Deeper Water (2009), the former of which was a finalist for the 2019 Weatherford Award for fiction of the Appalachian Studies Association and also for the 2019 Library of Virginia Award for fiction. He is also the author of two earlier works, Escapee (2001), a collection of stories, and Other Stones, Kinder Temples (2008), a chapbook of poems. His fiction, poetry and essays have appeared extensively in a wide variety of literary magazines, including in Stickman Review. He lives and works near the Blue Ridge Mountains in southwestern Virginia, where he is Professor Emeritus of English at Radford University.
Yvette A. Schnoeker-Shorb’s work has appeared in About Place Journal, Earth’s Daughters, Clockhouse, AJN: The American Journal of Nursing, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Front Range Review, Borrowed Solace, Medical Literary Messenger, Serial Magazine, Lullwater Review, Terrain.org, and elsewhere, with work forthcoming in Weber—The Contemporary West, Aji Magazine, and others. She has been an educator, a researcher, and an editor, and is co-founder of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Native West Press.