Brit Barnhouse is a writing studies student at the University of Washington Tacoma. When not writing about the ever-blurred lines between animals and humans, she can be found giving her dogs belly rubs, saving spiders from her cats, or tossing treats out to the neighborhood crows. Empathy for the Mud Dauber I placed a glass […]Read more "Empathy for the Mud Dauber"
M. Stone is a bookworm, birdwatcher, and stargazer who writes poetry and fiction while living in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in SOFTBLOW, Calamus Journal, Amaryllis, and numerous other print and online journals. Green Bank Tucked within a Quiet Zone spanning thousands of square miles, the gargantuan telescope lifts its shallow […]Read more "Green Bank"
Trevor Root is a poet in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His work is published or forthcoming in :lexicon Journal and Eunoia Review. at the foot of a carved wood desk mother this building my business and here in my ginger ale starving our metaphysics fit snuggly to salt rims on all whims my morning moves drunkenly in sync […]Read more "at the foot of a carved wood desk"
Nels Hanson grew up on a small farm in the San Joaquin Valley of California and has worked as a farmer, teacher and contract writer/editor. His fiction received the San Francisco Foundation’s James D. Phelan Award and Pushcart nominations in 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016. His poems received a 2014 Pushcart nomination, Sharkpack Review’s 2014 Prospero Prize, […]Read more "Sundays"
Tony Colella has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona, where he’s now a Geography Ph.D. student. He’s also a photographer and he co-hosts the podcast The Imaginaries (available on iTunes and Soundcloud). He’s published poems, short stories, and essays, most recently in Essay Daily, Scissors and Spackle, dirtcakes, and Saltwater Quarterly. Acceleration In our age […]Read more "Acceleration"
Scott Laudati lives in New York City with his Tomato Frog, Bob. He is the author of books Play The Devil (novel) and Hawaiian Shirts In The Electric Chair (poems). Everyone Hates You everyone hates you. even if you haven’t figured it out yet dont worry you will. it’ll be the confirmation of your biggest fears. your […]Read more "Everyone Hates You"