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tion, EVERYTHING SPEAKING CHINESE, is pending book publication. Awards include National Endowment for the Arts & Humanities Fellowships and writing residencies, while individual poems have been nominated for Pushcarts. NIGHT COMPANY was nominated for an NEA Western States’ Book Awards. Victoria Griffin is an East Tennessee native, currently studying English and playing softball at Campbell University in North Carolina. Her short fiction has been published in The Fringe Magazine, Fiction 365, 6 Tales, and Calliope Nerve. Richa Gupta is a fifteen-year old girl living in Bangalore, India, with her parents and sister. She started developing an interest in poetry from a young age, and has been honing her interest by writing and composing. She plans to publish a book of a collection of her poetry and short stories. She is also interested in western classical piano, Hindustani vocal and mathematics. Milla van der Have (1975) wrote her first poem at 16, during a physics class. She has been writing ever since. In 2013 one of her short stories won a New Millennium Fiction Award. Milla lives and works in Utrecht, The Netherlands. See www.millavanderhave.nl/publications for full list.  Andrew Hemmert’s poems have appeared in Cumberland River Review, Jersey Devil Press, and Driftwood Press. He is currently pursuing an MFA in Poetry at Southern Illinois University. Ann Howells’s poetry has recently appeared in Crannog (Ire), Free State Review, Voices de la Luna and San Pedro River Review as well as other small press and university journals. She serves on the board of Dallas Poets Community, a 501-c-3 non-profit, and has edited its journal, Illya’s Honey, since 1999, recently taking it from print to digital. Her chapbook, Black Crow in Flight, was published by Main Street Rag Publishing (2007). A second chapbook, the Rosebud Diaries, was published in limited edition by Willet Press (2012). She has been nominated four times for a Pushcart, twice this year. 132

Jessie Janeshek’s first book of poems is Invisible Mink (Iris Press, 2010). An Assistant Professor of English and the Director of Writing at Bethany College, she holds a Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and an M.F.A. from Emerson College. She co-edited the literary anthology Outscape: Writings on Fences and Frontiers (KWG Press, 2008). Marc Joan has spent most of his career engaged in biomedical research, and therefore can lay claim to the usual cluster of academic publications. I have been writing fiction for several years, but have only recently begun to submit this material for publication. He’s at work published in Issue 2 of Madcap Review and has had several other stories short-listed by various markets. Janne Karlsson (1973) is a prolific artist from Sweden. His dark, surreal madness is ridiculously widely spread over the world. Janne is also a fan of beer and jägermeister. These things cost money, so please buy Janne´s books and chaps through Epic Rites Press, or through his website www.svenskapache.se Steve Klepetar’s work has received several nominations for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net. His latest collections include Speaking to the Field Mice (Sweatshoppe Publications), Blue Season (with Joseph Lisowski, mgv2>publishing), My Son Writes a Report on the Warsaw Ghetto (Flutter Press), and Return of the Bride of Frankenstein (Kind of a Hurricane Press). Callie Koenig has attained her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Creative Writing from the University of Maine at Farmington. She is from, and once again resides in, Central Oregon. Callie has had a short story, a piece of non-fiction, and a poem published in The Sandy River Review. Sage Kubis lives in a small town in New Jersey. She’s currently taking a gap year to travel the world and write angsty poems, both of which are going well. You can find more of her work on gypsyluna. blogspot.com. Dian Lajdziak is from Detroit, Michigan.

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Apeiron Review | Summer 2015  

The summer issue of Apeiron Review, a Philadelphia-based literary magazine, is ready for you and a glass of your favorite beverage. Cool off...

Apeiron Review | Summer 2015  

The summer issue of Apeiron Review, a Philadelphia-based literary magazine, is ready for you and a glass of your favorite beverage. Cool off...