Simon Kewin was born and raised on the misty Isle of Man, but now lives and works deep in rural England. He divides his time
Lucas Stensland’s most recent book is Fun Again, a collection of short poems from Yet To Be Named Free Press (UK). In 2011 he
I don’t need a view like this to write, but it helps.
Ranbir Singh Sidhu was born in London and studied archaeology at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of Good Indian Girls (HarperCollins
Kasey Jueds’ poetry has appeared in numerous publications, including Crab Orchard Review, Barrow Street, 5 A.M. and Verse Daily. She has been awarded residencies at
Since my last update, the whirlwind has continued: I got to spend an amazing eight days in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, two of them with
Karen Skolfield‘s book Frost in the Low Areas (2013) won the First Book Award for Poetry from Zone 3 Press. Skolfield is the poetry editor
David M. Harris spent twenty-five years working in publishing in New York, then threw it all over to go to graduate school and become
Three of my poems, and some supplemental stuff, appeared at Poem of the Week this week! I love waterfalls – I’ve been spending a lot
I think some of the most exciting work being produced right now is happening at the margins, and itâ€™s tremendous to have a hand in getting it before the public.
Loren Kleinman interviewed me at her blog!