John Sierpinski has published poetry in many literary magazines such as California Quarterly, North Coast Review, and Spectrum to name a few. His work is also in six anthologies. He is a Pushcart nominee. His poetry collection, “Sucker Hole,” was published in 2018 by Cholla Needles Press.
Greg Headley is an artist, photographer, and writer in Austin, Texas. His artwork and photography explore where intention and randomness intersect and the ways that chance can influence and even change the course of the work.
The work of Pushcart Prize-nominated poet Scott McDaniel has been featured in Mad Swirl, Deep South Magazine, Oberon Poetry Magazine, Common Ground Review and The New Guard. He has read throughout his home state of Arkansas as well as Manhattan and Castletownroche, Ireland. Scott began writing poetry at an early age and was encouraged to do so by his cousin, award-winning inaugural poet Miller Williams. He lives and works in his hometown of Jonesboro, Arkansas; a city outside of Memphis that is highly influenced by the culture of the Mississippi Delta. His writings reflect the unique hues, quirks and broken promises of the modern south.
Featuring: Double-Issue 91, published July 2019, features works of poetry, flash fiction, short nonfiction, and photography by Mary Ade, Sookoon Ang, Mark Belair, Julie Benesh, Darrell Urban Black, Charlie Brice, Linda Briskin, Krikor Der Hohannesian, Melissa Fast, Alice B Fogel, James Garrison, Diane Gottlieb, Gillian Haines, Penny Jackson, Steven John, Janet Joyner, Hooman Khoshnood, Kim Kolarich, James Ph. Kotsybar, Jes C. Kuhn, William Lanford, Susanna Lang, Anthony Lawrence, Susan L. Leary, Paul Lieber, Sam Love, Marianne Lyon, Sheree La Puma, David Magill, DS Maolalai, Martha Nance, Harold Olejarz, Alifah Omar, Charlotte M. Porter, Andy Posner, Michele Reese, Niku Rice, Brenda Serpick, Marian Kaplun Shapiro, Jupp Soetebier, Glen Sorestad, Nick Sweeney, Ann Christine Tabaka, Cedric van Eenoo, Kristin Van Tassel, and Sally Zakariya.