We continue to remain committed to publishing a print journal yearly: the publication of the poems online in three installments (beginning 6 months after print publication) is intended to supplement and broaden the outreach of the print journal.
Our first installment of the poems from the 2014 issue went up in July 2014, and the second installment in October 2014. This is the final installment; you can now find the poems from the authors below, and all the rest, here.
R. A. Allen • Samuel Arizpe • Michael Bazzett • GF Boyer • Ronda Broatch • Jody Burke-Kaiser • Joanne M. Clarkson • Nina Corwin • Stephanie Dickinson • Laura Donnelly • Marc J. Frazier • Dan Godston • Jane Huffman • Elaine Johanson • Rachel Kubie • David Lazar • Federico García Lorca • Eitan Rubinfeld • Curtis Luckey • Nadra Mabrouk • Y. Madrone • Diane K. Martin • Teresa Milbrodt • Dave Nielsen • Nancy Pagh • Ricardo Pau-Llosa • Roger Pfingston • Alexis Pope • Megan Pugh • Doug Ramspeck • Rainer Maria Rilke • Susanne Petermann • Henry Rodgers • Michael Robins • Alida Rol • Tomaž Šalamun • Cintia Santana • Peter Schireson • Sarah J. Sloat • Jon Snider • Sarah Terry • Sara Tracey • Sara Wainscott • Mike White • Benjamin Winkler • William Winfield Wright
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Tania Runyan is the author of A Thousand Vessels (WordFarm), Simple Weight (FutureCycle Press) and Delicious Air (Finishing Line Press), which was awarded Book of the Year by the Conference on Christianity and Literature in 2007. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in many publications, including Poetry, Image, Atlanta Review, Indiana Review, The Christian Century, Willow Springs, Nimrod, Southern Poetry Review, Poetry Northwest, and the anthology A Fine Frenzy: Poets Respond to Shakespeare. She was awarded an NEA Literature Fellowship in 2011.
Marc J. Frazier has been widely published in journals including The Spoon River Poetry Review, ACM, Plainsongs, Poet Lore, Rhino, The Broome Review, and The G W Review. Work is forthcoming from River Oak Review, The Evansville Review, Folly, and Caveat Lector. He is the recipient of an Illinois Arts Council Award for poetry and has had several residencies at the Ragdale Foundation in Lake Forest.
This project has been partially supported by grants from Poets & Writers and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.