Contributor Biogs

Paul David Adkins grew up in South Florida and lives in New York.

Anna Bilbao was born in Spain. She currently divides her time between Detroit and London, two cities she has a great passion for.
Sandy Day lives in Toronto, Canada where she is always looking for ways to pay the piper! After a twenty-year silence, a staggering inspiration in the fall of 2008 compelled her to write again. Sandy’s verse/fiction concordance will be published in the Spring of 2011.

William Doreski lives in Peterborough, New Hampshire. His latest collection of poetry is Waiting for the Angel (2009). He has published three critical studies, including Robert Lowell’s Shifting Colors.  His fiction, essays, poetry, and reviews have appeared in many journals, including Massachusetts Review, Notre Dame Review, The Alembic, New England Quarterly, Harvard Review, Modern Philology, Antioch Review, Natural Bridge.  He won the 2010 Aesthetica Creative Works competition in poetry.

Joseph Farley is the former editor of Axe Factory. His books include Suckers, For the Birds, and Longing for the Mother Tongue (March Street Press).

Ashley Fisher was born in Cumbria, England and currently lives in East Yorkshire where he co-edits Turbulence and runs the Fresh Ink Open Mic nights. You can visit his blog here.

S.P. Flannery was born in La Crosse, Wisconsin and now resides in Madison. His poetry has recently appeared in Snow Monkey, Quite Curious, Moulin Review, Indigo Rising Magazine and The Mayo Review.

Hugh Fox was born in Chicago in 1932. He spent his childhood studying violin, piano, composition and opera. Hereceived an M.A. degree in English from Loyola University in Chicago and his Ph.D in American Literature from the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign). He was a professor at Michigan State University in the Department of American Though and Language from 1968 until his retirement. His most recent collections include Revoir (All Things that Matter Press, 2009), Gesangvoll/Songful (Pudding House Chapbook Series, 2010) and Icehouse &Thirteen Keys to Talmud (Crossing Chaos Press, 2010).

Howie Good, a journalism professor at SUNY New Paltz, is the author of the full-length poetry collections Lovesick (Press Americana, 2009), Heart With a Dirty Windshield (BeWrite Books, 2010), and Everything Reminds Me of Me (Desperanto, 2011), as well as numerous chapbooks.
Kenneth P. Gurney lives in Albuquerque, NM, USA.  He edits Adobe Walls, an anthology of New Mexico's poetry.  To view a full biography, publication credits and available books visit

Kyle Hemmings is the author of three chapbooks of poems: Avenue C (Scars Publications), Fuzzy Logic (Punkin Press), and Amsterdam & Other Broken Love Songs (Flutter Press). He lives and writes in New Jersey.

Steve Klepetar's work has appeared widely and has been nominated several times for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net.  His latest chapbook is "Thirty-six Crows," published by erbacce-press.

Eric G. Müller is a musician, teacher and writer.  He has written two novels, Rites of Rock (Adonis Press 2005) and Meet Me at the Met (Plain View Press, 2010), as well as a collection of poetry, Coffee on the Piano for You (Adonis Press, 2008).  Articles, short stories and poetry have appeared in various journals and magazines.

Marica Szendry was born near Plovdiv, Bulgaria and grew up in Portugal. She went to England to study English Literature in 1997 and has lived in London since.

John Tustin's poetry has appeared here and there, and been rejected 'most everywhere. is his link.