writes nonfiction as a columnist for runnerstribe.com and as an occasional contributor to craftypint.com. His poetry has appeared in Gargouille, The Offbeat, Cake Magazine, The Wax Paper, and elsewhere. Mark received his Master’s Degree in Education from Butler University (Indianapolis). D A N I E L U N C A P H E R is a Sparks Fellow at Notre Dame, where he received his MFA. A disabled bisexual from North Mississippi, his work has appeared in Chicago Quarterly Review, Tin House Online, Baltimore Review, Penn Review, and others. T O N Y W H E D O N is a jazz trombonist, a painter, essayist and poet. His essays and poetry have a appeared in American Poetry Review, Harpers, Agni, Ploughshares, and elsewhere. The author of two essay collections and four books of poetry from Mid List, Fomite, and Green Writers Press, he recently completed a third essay collection about Georgia’s Low Country. He is a retired professor of Creative Writing at the University of Northern Vermont, and a founding editor of Green Mountains Review. Tony lives in Darien, Georgia and Montgomery, Vermont. where he performs with the poetry/jazz ensemble PoJazz. C O N N O R Y E C K ’ S poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Best New Poets, Columbia Journal, JuxtaProse, phoebe, The Southampton Review: Online, and Crab Orchard Review, for which he received the Allison Joseph Poetry Prize. An MFA candidate at Western Michigan University, he is currently Poetry Editor at Third Coast.
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