Sarah V. Schweig
Sarah V. Schweig is the author of the chapbook S (Dancing Girl Press). Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, BOMB, Boston Review, Clinic, Everyday Genius, HTML Giant, Maggy, Painted Bride Quarterly, The Philadelphia Review of Books, Slice, Verse Daily, The Volta, and West Branch, among others. A graduate of the University of Virginia and Columbia University, she studies philosophy at The New School and lives in Brooklyn. Web presence here:
I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It’s easy. Just click “Edit Text” or double click me to add your own content and make changes to the font. Feel free to drag and drop me anywhere you like on your page. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.
Matthew Gilbert received his BA in English from the University of Hartford, where he was a member of the 2009 Connecticut Poetry Circuit, and an MFA in Poetry from Columbia University. His work has been published in PANK, Columbia Poetry Review, Apalachee Review, Phoebe Journal, Connecticut Review, and elsewhere. He lives and works in Hartford, CT, where he suffers from frequent hallucinations and even more frequent lack of them.
Felix Dowsley is usually knocking around Western North Carolina, teaching kids about the woods. His writing has appeared in Eleven Music Magazine, X-Mag, Chance Operations, and Fuselit, and was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize for Poetry. Felix is originally from Nashville.
Eric Shaw resides in Brooklyn and does not believe in bios but here is his website:
John Fenlon Hogan
John Fenlon Hogan works in commercial real estate. His poems have appeared or will soon appear in Boston Review, Salt Hill, West Branch, and other journals.
Malaika King Albrecht
Malaika King Albrecht is the author of three poetry books. Her most recent book What the Trapeze Artist Trusts (Press 53) won honorable mention in the Oscar Arnold Young Award and was a finalist in 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Her chapbook Lessons in Forgetting was published by Main Street Rag and was a finalist in the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards and received honorable mention in the Brockman Campbell Award. Main Street Rag also published her second book Spill in 2011. She’s the founding editor of Redheaded Stepchild, an online magazine, which only accepts poems that have been rejected elsewhere. She lives in Ayden, N.C. with her family and is a therapeutic riding instructor.
Christopher Mulrooney is the author of toy balloons (Another New Calligraphy), alarm (Shirt Pocket Press), and Rimbaud (Finishing Line Press). His work has recently appeared in The Quietus, Synecdoche, London Grip, San Francisco Peace and Hope.
Ananda Gonzalez is currently a junior at Columbia University, majoring in Creative Writing with a concentration in Poetry. She has had the pleasure and honor to be taught by incredibly accomplished poets and novelists alike, such as Emily Fragos, Heidi S. Julavits and the late Mark Strand. These are her first published poems and, well, she couldn't be more excited about that.
Patrick James Errington
Patrick James Errington is a Canadian-born poet, editor, and translator. He has a degree in English literature from the University of Alberta, where he studied writing with Nobel laureate Derek Walcott and won the Davenport Prize for Poetry. Patrick spent two years working as an editor in Paris and in Edinburgh. He now lives in New York City where he is an MFA candidate for poetry and literary translation at Columbia University and is the editor of Catch & Release, the online arm of Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art.
Peter MacIntosh lives in the uppermost strip of the city that he refers to as 'the Big Granny Smith.' This is his first publication. While attending Furman University, he failed art history as an attempt to start making a name for himself.