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issue 65, featuring:
nikki dudley (cover)
kenneth m cale
gillian nevers & jeanie tomasko
issue 66 - out april 2020
biographies - issue 65
Kenneth M Cale
Kenneth M Cale is a visual poet and collagist and currently live in Oregon. Other work of his can be found, or is forthcoming, in Always Crashing, 3am, Surfaces, Burning House: Facing Up to the Future, and Word For/Word. Twitter: @kmcale81
Dr Seth Crook lives by a loch and is transitioning into a seal. His poems have most recently appeared in, such places as
The Rialto, Magma, The Interpreter's House, Northwords Now, Atrium Poetry, Snakeskin, The Projectionist's Playground.
And in various anthologies, such as Port (Dunlin Press).
Molly Fuller is the author of the full-length collection For Girls Forged by Lightning: Prose & Other Poems (All Nations Press).
Her work has appeared in Nothing to Declare: A Guide to the Flash Sequence, 100 Word Story, Blue Earth Review, Kestrel,
Oklahoma Review, and NANO Fiction. Fuller was a Finalist for the Key West Literary Seminar Emerging Writer Award.
She received her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and is currently a doctoral candidate (ABD) in Literature at Kent State University.
Ricky Garni grew up in Miami and Maine. He works as a graphic designer by day and writes music, take pictures,
and buys lenses by night. His latest work, A GLORIOUS GALLOP V. AN ADAGIO OF INDIFFERENCE,
will be released in the Spring of 2020.
H.E. Grahame is a writer and poet with work featured in Folio, Z Publishing House’s Emerging Poets and Writers series,
The Bitchin’ Kitsch, and SLCC Anthology. She is a student at the University of Utah in the Writing and Rhetoric Studies
program, minoring in Gender Studies with an A.S. in Psychology from Salt Lake Community College.
Additionally, she works as a writing consultant and as a publications coordinator for
SLCC’s Student and Community Writing Centers. She enjoys cooking, travel, photography, music, and words. (www.HEGrahame.weebly.com)
Daniel Hinds lives in Newcastle. He won the Poetry Society’s Timothy Corsellis Young Critics Prize 2018 and was
shortlisted for the Terry Kelly Poetry Prize 2018 and the Streetcake Experimental Writing Prize. He has poetry forthcoming in
The Wilfred Owen Association Journal. Two of his poems were highly commended in the Newcastle Centre for the Literary Arts Water Poetry competition, judged by W. N. Herbert and John Burnside. He was part of a panel of judges for the Newcastle Centre
for the Literary Arts Belonging Poetry Competition. His academic work has been published in Pre-Raphaelite Society Review.
He graduated from Newcastle University with a first class degree in English Literature, and a Distinction in his
English Literature 1500-1900 MA, for which he won two prestigious scholarships, the School Bursary Award and
Excellence Scholarship. Twitter: @DanielGHinds
Julie Mellor holds a PhD from Sheffield Hallam University. Her pamphlets, Breathing Through Our Bones (2012) and Out of the Weather (2017) are published by Smith/Doorstop. She blogs at: http://juliemellorpoetsite.wordpress.com
Gillian Nevers and Jeanie Tomasko
A Pushcart Prize-nominated writer, Gillian Nevers’ poems have been published in several print and online literary magazines
and anthologies. The True Story, (Fuller’s Windy Acres Farm Press), an illustrated chapbook of poems in collaboration with artist, Judith Bellinghausen Mayer, won second place in the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets’ 2019 Chapbook contest.
Jeanie Tomasko is the author of a few books of poetry, first of which was Tricks of Light (Parallel Press), and most recently, from Red Bird Chapbooks, dear little fist. All of her books published in-between can be found on her website, jeanietomasko.com. including three poetry/art collaborative works she put together with her friend, Sharon Auberle.
Cole Pragides is a current undergraduate student at the University of Colorado, Boulder where he studies
Environmental Engineering and Creative Writing. His writing has been published in 34th Parallel Magazine and
CU Walkabout Journal. He can be found on Instagram @coleprag.
Elizeya Quate is a writer based in SF, CA prev. pubbed by HuffPo, Big Lucks, Axolotl, Finishing Line Press, Kernpunkt, Rabid Oak
and other elsewheres.