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Robert Lunday has one published book of poems, Mad Flights, from Ashland Poetry Press. He lives on a small horse farm in central Texas and teach for Houston Community College. Mitzi McMahon lives in Wisconsin, near Lake Michigan, where she writes fiction and chases the light, camera in hand. My fiction has appeared in over two dozen publications, including The Bitter Oleander, The Summerset Review, The Santa Fe Literary Review, and The Evansville Review. My photography work is forthcoming in Marathon Literary Review. She holds a BA in Business.

Jesse Morales is a Pushcart Prize-nominated poet who received her artistic trining as a dancer. Her writing appears in Geez Magazine, Deep South Magazine, and The Journal of War, Literature, and the Arts, among others. Jesse makes her home in Greensboro, North Carolina. Kevin Murphy’s work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Heron Tree, Gravel Magazine, 5x5, Empty Sink Publishing, and other journals. He received his MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Idaho. He currently resides in Asheville, NC, with his person named Shannon.

Jennifer Met is a writer and artist living in North Idaho. She holds a Master’s degree in creative writing from the University of Colorado in Boulder, where she received the Jovanovich Award for Imaginative Writing. She has had work published or forthcoming in Barely South Review, Frogpond, pacificREVIEW, South by Southeast, The Heron’s Nest, The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku, Acorn, A Hundred Gourds, Contemporary Haibun Online, and elsewhere.

Anne Britting Oleson has been published widely on four continents. She earned her MFA at the Stonecoast program of USM. She has published two chapbooks, The Church of St. Materiana (2007) and The Beauty of It (2010). A third chapbook, Planes and Trains and Automobiles, is forthcoming from Portent Press (UK), and a novel, The Book of the Mandolin Player, is forthcoming from B Ink Publishing—both in 2015.

Katie Metcalfe is an English writer, blogger, poet and publisher with five books under her belt. She’s the creator and editor of five magazines: Beautiful Scruffiness, Big Eyes, Fires in the North, Wyrd Words & Effigies, and Morbid Curse. Her poetry collections include ‘One of Many Knots,’ ‘The Absence of Trees’ and ‘The Long Stillness.’ More information can be found here:

Andréa Onstad has had several monologues appear in collections published by Heinemann and plays produced in various venues in the United States and Germany. Andréa currently lives in an off-the-grid cabin in Northern California.

Tom Montag is most recently the author of In This Place: Selected Poems 1982-2013, as well as Middle Ground, Curlew: Home, Kissing Poetry’s Sister, The Idea of the Local, and The Big Book of Ben Zen. Recent poems will be found at Architrave Press, Atticus Review, Blue Heron Review, The Broken City, The Chaffin Journal, Digital Papercut, Foliate Oak, Hamilton Stone Review, Hummingbird, The Magnolia Review, Mud Season Review, On the Rusk, Plainsong, Riding Light Review, Split Rock, Sand, Stoneboat, Third Wednesday, and Verse Virtual. He blogs as The Middlewesterner and serves as Managing Editor of the Lorine Niedecker Monograph Series, What Region?

Todd Outcalt is the author of thirty books in six languages with most recent collection of poetry, Where in the World We Meet (Chatter House Press). His most recent poetry has been published in The Oklahoma Review, The Christian Science Monitor, Rattle and elsewhere. Jennifer Peterson is a graduate of the MFA program at Albertus Magnus College, the wife of Joe, and the mother of Helen and Harriet. Her poems have appeared in Cumberland River Review and Pembroke Magazine. Stephen Pohl writes from Baltimore. He has a degree in Theater Arts from Towson University. He is former Baltimore cop and insurance claims investigator, now working as a background investigator. 133

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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...