Ann Cefola

Ann Cefola is author of Face Painting in the Dark (Dos Madres Press, 2014), St. Agnes, Pink-Slipped (Kattywompus Press, 2011), Sugaring (Dancing Girl Press, 2007), and the translation Hence this cradle (Seismicity Editions, 2007). A Witter Bynner Poetry Translation Residency recipient, she also received the Robert Penn Warren Award judged by John Ashbery.  Her work […]

Elisabeth Aiken

Elisabeth Aiken is Assistant Professor of English at Saint Leo University. She holds a Ph.D. from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and has degrees from James Madison University and Western Carolina University. Elisabeth considers the mountains of western North Carolina her home, and her favorite literature has a distinctly Southern flavor.

Fred Parker

Fred Parker is a retired architect and MFA (nonfiction) candidate at Georgia College and State University. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Auburn University. Much of his career has been devoted to writing in the fields of architecture, engineering, and marketing.

Patrick Bizzaro

Patrick Bizzaro has published nine books and chapbooks of poetry, two critical studies of Fred Chappell’s poetry and fiction, a book on the pedagogy of academic creative writing, some textbooks, and hundreds of poems in magazines. He taught for many years at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and East Carolina University.

Tara Mettler

Tara Mettler is completing an MFA degree at Georgia College in Milledgeville, Georgia, focusing on poetry. She grew up in Illinois and has lived in Phoenix and St. Louis

Angela Shaw-Thornburg

Angela Shaw-Thornburg is an Associate Professor of English, American and African-American Literature at South Carolina State University.  She earned her Ph.D. in English from Rutgers University and has authored many publications.

Daniel Sundahl

Daniel James Sundahl is Emeritus Professor in American Studies and English at Hillsdale College where he taught for  over 32 years.  Prior to retirement he was Kirk Distinguished Professor in American Studies.  He’s relocated from Michigan to South Carolina.

Brittany J. Barron

Brittany J. Barron is a senior at the University of North Georgia, seeking a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a minor in Gender Studies. Born and raised in Georgia, Brittany is a spoiled twenty-first century Southern Belle. Her poetry, creative nonfiction, and formal essays have appeared in The Chestatee Review, Sanctuary, Papers and […]