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 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 […]
Betsy Randolph grew up in Oklahoma where she worked in radio broadcasting before beginning her career in law enforcement in 1990 in her birth state of New Mexico. She holds numerous degrees in Journalism, Organizational Leadership, and Horticulture, and a Master’s of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. She’s the past-President and Vice President of the Logan […]
Ryan Guth is the author of two full-length mixed-genre collections, Home Truths (Alsop Review Press, 2006) and Body and Soul (Lummox Press, 2015). Individual poems of his have appeared in such journals such as Lummox, Iron Horse, Bryant Literary Review, River City, and Third Coast Review. He studied Creative Writing with poets Andrew Hudgins, Don […]
Walter Bennett is a former civil rights attorney, judge, and law professor who lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He is the author of The Lawyer’s Myth: Reviving Ideals in the Legal Profession (University of Chicago Press, 2001) and the novel Leaving Tuscaloosa (Fuze Publishing, 2012). He is a native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Joshua S. Fullman is an Assistant Professor of English at Faulkner University in Montgomery, Alabama. He earned his bachelor’s and Master’s at California State University, another Master’s at the University of Edinburgh, and his PhD at Southern Illinois University. He currently serves as the Director of the Institute of Faith and the Academy at Faulkner, […]
Janice Daugharty is Artist-in-Residence at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, in Tifton, Georgia. She is the author of one story collection and five novels: Dark of the Moon, Necessary Lies, Pawpaw Patch, Earl in the Yellow Shirt, and Whistle.
Katie DePoppe is an award-winning freelance writer, developmental editor, and former book publicist. She was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina. In 2009, she became the founding editor at large for Azalea Media, a media company that produces three regional lifestyle and cultural publications throughout South Carolina and Georgia. This endeavor led to the […]