Emily Kingery is an Associate Professor of English at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa, where she teaches courses in literature, writing, and linguistics. Her work appears or is forthcoming in multiple literary journals, including Eastern Iowa Review, Gingerbread House, High Shelf Press, New South, PROEM, Prometheus Dreaming, Quercus, and Telepoem Booth, and she has been a Pushcart Prize nominee. She serves on the Board of Directors at the Midwest Writing Center, a non-profit organization that supports writers in the Quad Cities community.
Steve Deutsch lives in State College, PA. His recent publications have or will appear in 8 Poems, Louisiana Lit, Burningword Literary Journal, The Write Launch, Biscuit Root Drive, Evening Street, Better Than Starbucks, Flashes of Brilliance, San Antonio Review, Softblow, Mojave River Review, The Broadkill Review, Linden Avenue Literary Journal, Panoply, Algebra of Owls, The Blue Nib, Thimble Magazine, The Muddy River Poetry Review, Ghost City Review, Borfski Press, Streetlight Press, Gravel, Literary Heist, Nixes Mate Review, Third Wednesday, Misfit Magazine, Word Fountain, Eclectica Magazine, The Drabble, New Verse News and The Ekphrastic Review. He was nominated for Pushcart Prizes in 2017 and 2018. His Chapbook, “Perhaps You Can,” was published in 2019 by Kelsay Press. His full length book, Persistence of Memory will be published by Kelsay in September 2020.
Paul Rabinowitz is an author, photographer, and founder of ARTS By The People, a non-profit arts organization, based in New Jersey. Through all mediums of art, Paul aims to capture real people, flaws, and all. He focuses on details that reveal the true essence of a subject, whether they be an artist he’s photographing or a fictional character he’s bringing to life on the page. Paul’s photography, short fiction, and poetry have appeared in many magazines and journals, including Long Exposure, Linden Avenue Literary Journal, Pif, Burningword, The Metalworker, and others. Paul is the author of Limited Light, a book of prose and portrait photography, and a novella, The Clay Urn, (Main Street Rag, 2020). Paul is currently at work on his first novel, Confluence, and Grand Street, Revisited, a collection of prose poems. www.paulrabinowitz.com
Featuring: Issue 95, published July 2020, features works of poetry, flash fiction, short nonfiction, and photography by Anatoliy Anshin, Shelley Benaroya, Barry Biechner, Kayla Branstetter, Linda Buckmaster, Jeff Burd, Louis Dennis, Steven Deutsch, donnarkevic, Kika Dorsey, Sharon L. Esterly, Laurette Folk, Eric Forsbergh, Meg Freer, Michael J. Galko, Brad G Garber, Melissa Grunow, Tresha Faye Haefner, Brett Harrington, Max Heinegg, AE Hines, Babitha Marina Justin, Babo Kamel, Alysia Kaplan, Emily Kingery, Kip Knott, Raphael Kosek, Mary Hills Kuck, DS Maolalai, Glen A. Mazis, Kiyoon Nam, Martina Reisz Newberry, BN Oakman, Michael Parker, Samantha Pilecki, Susan Pope, Mary Jean Port, Andy Posner, Paul Rabinowitz, Patrick T. Reardon, Rikki Santer, Robb Shaffer, John Sierpinski, Catherine Sutthoff Slaton, Karin Spitfire, Connie Wieneke, and Stephen Curtis Wilson.
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