ruth kramer baden
susan nisenbaum becker
Pam Bernard is a poet, painter, editor, and adjunct professor of creative writing. Her latest of collection of poems is entitled Blood Garden: An Elegy for Raymond. A book-length poem entitled Esther is forthcoming. She teaches creative writing at New Hampshire Institute of Art and Franklin Pierce University.
Sarah M. Brownsberger is a poet, novelist, and translator based near Reykjavik, Iceland.
David Crouse is the author of the short-story collections Copy Cats, winner of the Flannery O’Connor Award, and The Man Back There, winner of the Mary McCarthy Prize. He lives in Fairbanks, Alaska.
john f. deane
John F. Deane founded Poetry Ireland and its journal the Poetry Ireland Review. His most recent collections of poetry are A Little Book of Hours (Carcanet, 2008) and The Instruments of Art (Carcanet, 2005).
Valerie Duff-Strautmann is the author of To the New World (Salmon Poetry). She is the poetry editor of Salamander and works as a freelance writer and editor. Reviews and poems have appeared recently or are forthcoming in the Boston Globe, The Journal, TheCommonOnline, Gulf Coast online, and Poetry Northeast.
linda nemec foster
Jessica Greenbaum’s second book, The Two Yvonnes, which came out from the Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets, was chosen by Library Journal as one of the best five books of poems in 2012.