Interviews | October 22, 2016

An Interview With Lucy K Shaw by Andrew Duncan Worthington

Andrew Duncan Worthington is the author of the novel WALLS (2014, Civil Coping Mechanisms) and the story collection Delete Space (forthcoming winter 2017, Monster House Press). His work has been published in Vice, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, Atticus Review, Vol.1 Brooklyn, The Fanzine, and other venues.

Reviews | October 22, 2016

Harbors by Donald Quist

Nick Hilbourn teaches special needs youth and lives in an intentional community of educators in Pennsylvania. His writing most recently appears in Apeiron Review, Modern Poetry Quarterly Review, Defenestration, Stoneboat Literary Review and Brain of Forgetting. He writes film and TV essays for Contact him on Twitter, @nhilbourn

Reviews | October 22, 2016

Small Change by Sandra Hunter

Adam Berlin is the author of the novels Both Members of the Club (Texas Review Press/winner of the Clay Reynolds Novella Prize), The Number of Missing (Spuyten Duyvil), Belmondo Style (St. Martin’s Press/winner of The Publishing Triangle’s Ferro-Grumley Award) and Headlock (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill). He teaches writing at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City and co-edits J Journal: New Writing on Justice. For more, please visit

Reviews | August 22, 2016

Problems by Jade Sharma

Born in Puerto Rico, John Yohe grew up in Michigan, and currently lives in Portland, Oregon. He has worked as a wildland firefighter, deckhand/oiler, runner/busboy, bike messenger, wilderness ranger, and fire lookout, as well as a teacher of writing. A complete list of his publications, and poetry, fiction and non-fiction writing samples, can be found at his website:

Reviews | August 22, 2016

Literary Today through the Lens of Freeman’s Arrival by K. D. Rose

K. D. Rose is a poet and author. K.D.’s favorite writers are dead and her other favorite writers are unknowns she reads in Literary magazines. K.D. regrets not possessing a piece of paper that says MFA but hopes you won’t hold that against her. K. D.’s book, Inside Sorrow, won Readers Favorite Silver Medal for Poetry. Publication is also forthcoming in Word Riot, Poetry Breakfast, Stray Branch Magazine, Strange Poetry, and The Nuclear Impact Anthology. Her poetry and short stories have been published in Candlelit Journal, the Voices Project, showcased in the Tophat Raven Art and Literary Magazine, and on Creative Thresholds online. Her latest release is Brevity of Twit. She has a B.S. in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Social Work.

Reviews | July 21, 2016

The Wave by Lochlan Bloom

Bobby Gant is a published writer and poet, having had poetry, short stories, blogs, articles and reviews published in a variety of online and print journals and magazines. Bobby also works in adult education. He currently lives in West Yorkshire in the North of England.

Reviews | July 21, 2016

Sometimes You Just Don’t Want To Know and The Artistic Life by Mark SaFranko

Christopher Brownsword was born in Sheffield, England. His reviews have appeared in Word Riot and 3 AM Magazine.

Reviews | May 19, 2016

Balancing Acts, New & Collected Poems 1993 – 2015 by Yahia Lababidi

Rachel Dacus’ book, Gods of Water and Air, follows two other poetry collections, Earth Lessons and Femme au Chapeau. Her writing has appeared in Atlanta Review, Boulevard, Drunken Boat, The Pedestal, Valaparaiso Poetry Review, and Prairie Schooner. She is at work on a novel of the great Baroque sculptor Gianlorenzo Bernini. More at

Interviews | May 19, 2016

Laura Elrick’s Propagation: A Conversation Between Angela Woodward and Cooper Renner

COOPER RENNER: Hello, Angela. It’s been a while since we’ve begun one of these conversations, and it seems to me you have been a world traveler since then. Tell me a little about your trip to Bali.

ANGELA WOODWARD: Could it have been that long? I was there in 2014. I had schemed an unpaid month-long leave from my college, and went to the Bali Purnati Center for the Arts. It’s an artist residency program that I had heard about some years earlier, from a painter friend. I’d wanted to go for years, and suddenly it panned out. I got

Reviews | May 19, 2016

The Secret Correspondence of Loon & Fiasco by Carlo Matos

Rachel Summerfield lives in Chicago, where she is finishing up her Bachelor’s in Creative Writing at DePaul University. She is a peer tutor at DePaul University’s Writing Center, a member of Chicago-based poetry team Poems While You Wait, and an intern writer for The Real Chicago magazine. She has been published in Heartbeat Literary Journal and Crook & Folly magazine 2014-2016 and is a proud cat mom.