Scott Sherman is a graduate of Ursinus College. He breathes nostalgia, but has recently (or will be) published in the Indiana Voice Journal , Right Hand Pointing, The Bitchin' Kitsch , Rivet Journal , and The Lost Coast Review.
Is the author of two book-length narrative poems, THE ADVENTURE and HAPPINESS, both published by Story Line Press. His work has appeared in Hudson Review, Salmagundi, Poetry Salzburg Review, Die Gazette (Munich), The Fish Anthology (Ireland), Representations, Magma (UK), Iota (UK), Bateau, Main Street Rag, Fulcrum, etc. Online, poems have appeared in Big Bridge, Allegro, Hamilton Stone Review, Diagram, BlazeVox, The New Hampshire Review, Mudlark, Occupoetry, Faircloth Review, Triggerfish, Thunderdome, etc. Adjunct professor creative writing George Washington University.
C. McAllister Williams
C. McAllister Williams' poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Copper Nickel, Sonora Review, ILK, Pinwheel, and elsewhere. He live in Milwaukee and serves as a poetry editor for Cream City Review.
William Doreski's work has appeared in various e and print journals and in several collections, most recently The Suburbs of Atlantis (AA Press, 2013).
Kenneth Pobo has a new book out from Blue Light Press called Bend Of Quiet. His work has appeared in: Indiana Review, Floating Bridge, Nimrod, Mudfish and elsewhere. His Twitter is @KenPobo.
Emily Villemaire is a printmaker and photographer. In 2005 she attained her Masters Degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. In 2010 she moved to New York City with the aim of photographing Coney Island as a dynamic landscape symbolizing the continual pursuit of the American Dream. Her current work, intaglio prints exploring medical wax teaching models as metaphor for the perseverance of the human spirit, can be viewed here.Inquiries regarding her photographs in this issue of flr_pln should be sent to email@example.com
Eva M. Olsgard
Eva M. Olsgard (BA, Bard College) is a mid/west based writer, artist, and designer. In addition to performing and exhibiting her work internationally, she has created award-winning programming and lectured on the arts and cultural studies. Her poetry has appeared in Pinyon Review, Linden Avenue Literary Review, and Magma Poetry. Between Two Worlds, her instillation set in the Chicago bioregion, was commissioned for the Gross Park Sculpture Invitational.
Mark Jackley's new book of poems is Appalachian Night, available for free at firstname.lastname@example.org. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Sugar House Review, Fifth Wednesday, Natural Bridge, Talking River, Cottonwood, and other journals. He lives in Sterling, VA.
Keith Dunlap’s first collection of poems, Storyland, will be published in June 2016 by Hip Pocket Press. His work has appeared in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, The Brooklyn Review, The Carolina Quarterly, The Georgetown Review, Jabberwock Review, Poet Lore, Sou’wester, and The Tule Review among other places. He lives in Portland, Maine with his wife, the novelist, Jenny Siler, and his daughter.
Leland Seese lives in Seattle, Washington, with his wife, Lisa Konick, and three of their six foster/adopted/bio children. He earned a BA in English from the University of Washington, and MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary. His poems have appeared in The East Bay Review, Pyrokinection, The Christian Century and other journals.
lives inside the monitor of Eric Helms' head.