Susan Van Allen

Susan Van Allen is the author of three books about Italian travel, including 100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go, and has written for many publications, including National Geographic Traveler and AFAR. She also designs and hosts “Golden Weeks in Italy: For Women Only trips.” Visit her website at www.susanvanallen.com for more information.

Jay Langdale

Jay Langdale received his BA from Mercer University, his MA from the Southern Studies Program at the University of Mississippi and his PhD from the University of Florida where he studied under Bertram Wyatt-Brown. His dissertation titled “Superfluous Southerners: Cultural Conservatism and the South” was awarded the 2006 M.E. Bradford Prize by the St. George […]

James McWilliams

James McWilliams’s writing has appeared in The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Harper’s, The Washington Post, Slate, The American Scholar, Texas Monthly, The Atlantic, and The Virginia Quarterly Review. His current project is a history of art and expression in the 20th-century American South, tentatively titled The Wild Beautiful Poets We Grow by the Road.

John S. Maguire

John S. Maguire is a Telecommunications and FM Broadcast consultant living in Oklahoma City. He obtained a degree in English from Texas Christian University and at 53 years old went back and obtained a Master in Fine Arts from Oklahoma City University. His work will soon appear in The Literary Lawyer.

Lauren K. Denton

Lauren K. Denton, an Alabama writer, pens stories that chronicle women’s journeys towards truth and love, hope and healing. Her debut novel, The Hideaway, releases in April 2017.

David Huddle

David Huddle holds degrees from the University of Virginia, Hollins College, and Columbia University.  Originally from Ivanhoe, Virginia, he taught for 38 years at the University of Vermont, then served three years as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Creative Writing at Hollins University. He also held the 2012-2013 Roy Acuff Chair of Excellence in the Creative […]

Johnnie Bernhard

A former AP English teacher and journalist, Johnnie Bernhard’s passion is reading and writing. Her works have appeared in the following publications: University of Michigan Graduate Studies Publications, Heart of Ann Arbor Magazine, Houston Style Magazine, World Oil Magazine, The Suburban Reporter of Houston, The Mississippi Press, University of South Florida Area Health Education Magazine, […]

Carl Sennhenn

Carl Sennhenn is a retired professor of English and Humanities and a former Oklahoma Poet Laureate.  He taught at Rose State College, where he served as Associate Dean of Humanities for three years. He is the author of In the Center of Noon, Harvest of Light, Travels Through Enchanted Woods (which received the 2006 Oklahoma Book Award […]