Lawrence Bridges is best known for work in the film and literary world. His poetry has appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, and The Tampa Review. He has published three volumes of poetry: Horses on Drums, Flip Days, and Brownwood. As a filmmaker, he created a series of literary documentaries for the NEA’s “Big Read” initiative, which include profiles of Ray Bradbury, Amy Tan, Tobias Wolff, and Cynthia Ozick.
Adam Coulter is a native of Western North Carolina. He works in the medium of photography and is a self-taught artist, devoting much of his time to exploring new ways to photograph. After completing several workshops in photography he began submitting his photos to local art galleries. Since then his work has been displayed in galleries across the country. He continues developing his photography skills and has lately begun learning darkroom technique, opening a new door of possibilities for his photography.
Martha Nance is a physician in Minnesota whose iPhone has a wandering eye. Her photographs have been published previously in journals such as The Esthetic Apostle, Wanderlust, Northwest Review, and the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review.
Jeanne Julian has shown her photography in Eastern North Carolina galleries and in juried exhibits. Her images also have been featured in journals such as Iris Literary Journal, Pearl River Quarterly, Minerva Rising, Kakalak, and Snapdragon, and in two Nature Inspired anthologies. Her travels have led her to all fifty of the United States. She now lives in Maine. www.jeannejulian.com
Charlotte Lee is a junior attending Seoul International School in Seongnam, Korea. Her art-making practices are to create photo-based images dealing with social and cultural aspects. She developed her photography skills into mixed media forms by learning traditional art techniques and computer software tools; Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere and so on. She recently won a competition in 2020 Genius Olympiad as a finalist in the Photography category and she plans to continue pursuing her interests in art and writing to expand on her creativity and perspective.
Alice Becker is a former attorney now making art through photography. Although she lived most of her professional life in Seattle, Washington, she was raised by two artists in the Chicago area where she now lives. Her work has appeared in regional and national exhibitions, literary/ arts journals, the Seattle Times, and public spaces.
Issue 98, published April 2021, features works of poetry, flash fiction, short nonfiction, and photography by Tobi Alfier, Carter Ayles, Daisy Bassen, Hannah Story Brown, James Butcher, Michelle Cacho-Negrete, Robin B. Carey, Juan David Cruz-Duarte, Pernille AEgidius Dake, John Dorroh, Connor Doyle, Kim Farleigh, E Laura Golberg, Ceinwen E Cariad Haydon, Chris Innes, Zeina Lee, Laney Lenox, S Frederic Liss, Alice Lowe, Elizabeth Mayer, James McKee, Seojin Moon, Susan Notar, Colette Parris, Andrew Posner, Danny Rebb, Jim Ross, Eugene Shin, Julie Sonnek, Lesley Stanley, Richard Weaver, Kelley Jean White, Jean Wolff, John J. Zywar.
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