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Sara Belleau is a photographer and fiction writer living in Plymouth, Wisconsin.
Red Hawk is the author of several books of poems, including The Sioux Dog Dance (Cleveland State University Press) and The Way of Power (Hohm Press). His work has appeared in the Atlantic and Poetry. He lives in Monticello, Arkansas.
Laura Herbst is working on a collection of stories set in Togo, West Africa, where she lived for three years. She now lives in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
Derrick Jensen is in search of a publisher for his most recent book, A Language Older than Words. He lives in Crescent City, California.
Ellen Laconte lives and writes in Stockbridge, Maine, where she is an editor at Loose Leaf Press.
Michele Leonard works as a media-arts curator. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.
Lou Lipsitz is a poet and therapist living in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. His poem in this issue is from his latest book, Seeking the Hook (Signal Books).
Emmy Liston lives in Saline, Michigan, and is a pediatric physical therapist in the Detroit school system. Her recent writing credits include a grant proposal and a personals ad. “Pinkies” is her first published story.
Anne Giles Rimbey’s poems have appeared in Cross Currents, Press, and Tampa Review. She lives in Temple Terrace, Florida.
Rob Amberg is a photographer and writer living in the mountains of western North Carolina. He is presently spending an inordinate amount of time walking the proposed site of the I-26 corridor as it cuts through rural Madison County.
Andrew W. Snee
Julia L. Burke
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Rachel J. Elliott