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Spring 2017 – What the Gun Eats #127
Spring 2017 – Italian Laundry
Spring 2017 – Lady Liberty
From the ancient Sumerian Debate Between Bird and Fish, to the modern-day hacktivist group, anonymous authorship has had a long history in cultures around the world.
Spring 2017 – Headlights
Spring 2017 – Tree
The Double Prayer
Spring 2017 – Rorschach
Spring 2017 – Erebus
Spring 2017 – The Bubble
Spring 2017 – Riding Lesson
Fall 2015 – Blue
Fall 2013 – On the Consolation of Rock ‘n’ Roll (After Boethius)
Fall 2015 – A Family Portrait
Fall 2014 – The Fall
Fall 2014 – Neon Butterfly
Spring 2014 – Frog Princess
Fall 2013 – Opalik
Fall 2015 – Little Gods on Fire
Fall 2013 – Sinking
Jennifer Stasak is a 24-year old University of Central Florida graduate who loves anything and everything that involves writing. Her work has been previously published in “Living Waters Review,” “Words,” “Epiphany Magazine,” “The Anemone Sidecar,” and most recently “The Foliate Oak Literary Magazine.” Dan Harmon once said that you should “find your voice and shout it” as a writer. It’s what Jennifer intends to continue to do through her work.
Spring 2013 – Middling
Spring 2013 – The Presidents of the United States of America
Spring 2013 – By Winter
Fall 2013 – Printer’s Alley
Fall 2013 – Time Has Touched Her Weathered Wood
Fall 2014 – Jane and Gustav
Fall 2013 – Last Will
Fall 2013 – Time and Space
Spring 2014 – Taking It
Spring 2013 – Guys on the Corner
Fall 2015 – Nar / My Own King
Fall 2014 – Stag Party
Spring 2014 – The Star
Author of two book-length narrative poems, THE ADVENTURE and HAPPINESS, both published by Story Line Press. Has appeared in Hudson Review, Salmagundi, Poetry Salzburg Review, Die Gazette (Munich), The Fish Anthology (Ireland), Representations, Magma (UK), Bateau, Chiron Review, etc. Online, poems have appeared in Big Bridge, Hamilton Stone Review, Diagram, BlazeVox, The New Hampshire Review, Mudlark, etc. Recent Web publications in Occupoetry, Faircloth Review, Camel Saloon, Kalkion, Gap Toothed Madness. Adjunct professor creative writing George Washington University. Poetics: neither navelgazing mainstream nor academic pseudo-avant-garde.
Fall 2015 – Untitled
Fall 2015 – Girl, Hen, Heat Lightning
Fall 2013 – Cicada
A native New Yorker, James Penha has lived for the past twenty years in Indonesia. He has been nominated for Pushcart Prizes in fiction and in poetry. Snakes and Angels, a collection of his adaptations of classic Indonesian folk tales, won the 2009 Cervena Barva Press fiction chapbook contest; No Bones to Carry, a volume of his poetry, the 2007 New Sins Press Editors’ Choice Award. His earlier chapbooks of poetry were Greatest Hits (Pudding House: 2011) and On the Back of the Dragon (Omega Cat Press: 1992). Waterways selected lines from his many contributions to that litmag as its 2011-2012 themes for submissions. Penha edits The New Verse News, an online journal of current-events poetry.
Spring 2013 – Untitled
Spring 2013 – Untitled
Jiawen Pek is a high school student, photographer, and occasional writer living in Singapore. She believes in reading, art, the Japanese language, freedom, rights, and education reform.
Fall 2013 – Flawsome
Spring 2015 – Some Poems Are More Serious Than Others
Scott Thomas Outlar lives a simple life, spending his time reading, researching, taking meditative walks, pondering life’s existential nature, and writing prose-fusion poetry, essays and fiction dedicated to the Phoenix Generation. His work has appeared in magazines, journals and various websites, including most recently in Dissident Voice where he contributes regularly, The Camel Saloon, Dead Snakes, Jellyfish Whispers, and Halcyon Magazine.
Fall 2013 – Librarian
Charlotte’s poems have appeared in journals as diverse as Southern Humanities Review, Christian Science Monitor, The Healing Muse, Poems from Aberystwyth, Yale Journal for Humanities in Medicine. She is the editor of “The Book of Birth Poetry” and the author of “January Rides the Wind,” a three-starred book of poetry for children.
Spring 2014 – Aliens
Spring 2013 – Say the Right Thing
Spring 2013 – Such Nice Things
Fall 2015 – MoMA
Spring 2017 – New York
Spring 2014 – Woman
Spring 2013 – Barn
Spring 2013 – Doorway to Olana
Spring 2013 – Canal St., New Orleans, 1998
Fall 2014 – Life Poses
Spring 2015 – Angelología
Spring 2014 – Wintering
Return of the Bride of Frankenstein
Spring 2015 – For Daisy
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Spring 2013 – Dear Santa
Spring 2014 – At Bay
Spring 2014 – I Can Hear the Air
Spring 2015 – Lotus Pond
Fall 2015 – In Airless Holding
Fall 2013 – In Space
Spring 2013 – Alliteration
Fall 2014 – Ready
Spring 2013 – Pregnant Man
Spring 2014 – Malaria
Fall 2014 – Something Has Fallen From a Second Floor Window
John Grey is an Australian born poet, works as financial systems analyst. Recently published in Bryant Poetry Review, Tribeca Poetry Review and the horror anthology, “What Fears Become”with work upcoming in Potomac Review, Hurricane Review and Pinyon.
Fall 2013 – Monks on the Beach
Spring 2014 – Nature of the Wind
John Garmon is an assistant in the writing center at the College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas. He once served as president of Berkeley City College in the Bay Area. His poems and stories have appeared in Ploughshares, Prairie Schooner, Southern Poetry Review, and other journals.
Spring 2014 – Santa Librada
Fall 2014 – Autumn Breeze
MaiArtGallery at Etsy
Spring 2014 – Untitled
Fall 2015 – Heat Stroke
Spring 2017 – Something I’ve Been Meaning to Tell You
Fall 2015 – The Old Bus Stop
I rarely know what really inspires me. Often, I just start with a circle on an empty paper. Or I think: “I could draw dragons.” Then: “Or owls.” And then: “I could mix them.”
Which was actually the initial idea for the bus stop drawing. I rarely have reasons to draw something, I just do it for the fun. And I always find it rather hilarious when people explain to me what I was trying to tell them with my works. Because I never went past the point of “Wheeee! drawing!” in my head.
Spring 2013 – You’d Look Like Fog
Spring 2015 – In My Shell
Spring 2015 – Deer
Spring 2013 – The Light and Glory of the Return
Spring 2013 – Novice Apiculturist
Fall 2013 – Beneath Our Feet
Holly Day is a housewife and mother of two living in Minneapolis, Minnesota who teaches needlepoint classes in the Minneapolis school district. Her poetry has recently appeared in The Worcester Review, Broken Pencil, and Slipstream, and she is a recent recipient of the Sam Ragan Poetry Prize from Barton College. Her book publications include Music Composition for Dummies, Guitar-All-in-One for Dummies, Notenlesen für Dummies Das Pocketbuch, and Music Theory for Dummies, which has recently been translated into French, Dutch, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, and German. Her novel, “The Trouble With Clare,” is due out from Hydra Publications in 2013.
Fall 2013 – My Quest to Bring Karaoke to Mt. Everest
Con is a contributor to The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald and other newspapers, and his humor has appeared in The Atlantic, among other print and internet publications.
Fall 2015 – Calmo e Distante
Spring 2015 – You Don’t Look Like Her At All
Spring 2013 – Ouroboros
Fall 2013 – Childhood
Spring 2013 – Waves
Fall 2014 – Edmund Hillary
Eric Awl De Beus, a lover of New Zealand landscapes, is a poet and editor. A strong believer in gentility and cultured civilization, he loves the quiet and the courteous, the demure and the modest. He appreciates a minimalist approach to art, and in music enjoys composers, like Debussy, as well as easy-listening popular songs.
Spring 2015 – Plague
Spring 2015 – Confused Value
Gary Beck has spent most of his adult life as a theater director. He has seven published chapbooks. His poetry collection ‘Days of Destruction’ was published by Skive Press; ‘Expectations’, Rogue Scholars Press; ‘Dawn in Cities’, Winter Goose Publishing; ‘Assault on Nature’, Winter Goose Publishing; ‘Songs of a Clerk’, Winter Goose Publishing. ‘Civilized Ways’, ‘Perceptions’ and ‘Displays’ will be published by Winter Goose Publishing. His novel ‘Extreme Change’ was published by Cogwheel Press; ‘Acts of Defiance’ was published by Artema Press. His collection of short stories, ‘A Glimpse of Youth’ was published by Sweatshoppe Publications. His original plays and translations of Moliere, Aristophanes and Sophocles have been produced Off Broadway. His poetry, fiction and essays have appeared in hundreds of literary magazines. He currently lives in New York City
Fall 2013 – 42-year-old Kelly James Throws a Tantrum and Feels Better for It
Somewhere between being born and raised in the backwoods of Montana, Jules Archer developed a craving for the written word. Today, she writes random stories of heartbreaking torpor and domestic bondage.
Fall 2014 – The Voyeur
Spring 2015 – Hope
Lisa Maríe Auinger was born in Villach, Austria. She is a student of molecular microbiology in Graz and has been painting/drawing since 2003.
Fall 2014 – Don’t Be Afraid of Death, She Said
Fall 2013 – Making Cookies