Contributors Notes Freshwater Literary Journal 2017 Julia Alexander is a part time poet and a full time crybaby. She’s published a handful of chapbooks online including, The Brake isn’t on your Side of the Car, and A Giant in this House. Her first book of poetry, The Dirt I Rise From, was published in 2015 by Paint Poetry Press. Currently, she is on the poetry panel for Long River Review. She previously edited for Freshwater Literary Journal and Insert Lit Mag Here. Find out more about Julia at juliaalexanderpoetry.com. Robert Beveridge makes noise (xterminal.bandcamp.com) and writes poetry just outside Cleveland, Ohio. He went through a messy divorce with Facebook some months ago, and as a result, his relationship with time is much improved. Recent/upcoming appearances in Ghost City Review, Minor Literature[s], and Barking Sycamores, among others. William C. Blome writes poetry and short fiction. He lives wedged between Baltimore and Washington, DC, and he is a master’s degree graduate of the Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminars. His work has previously seen the light of day in such fine little magazines as Poetry London, PRISM International, Fiction Southeast, Roanoke Review, Salted Feathers, and The California Quarterly. Leah Browning is the author of three short nonfiction books for teens and pre-teens and four chapbooks. Her fiction and poetry have recently appeared in Santa Ana River Review, Coldnoon, Bellows American Review, Chagrin River Review, Fiction Southeast, Toad, First Class Literary Magazine, 100 Word Story, Waypoints, Wigleaf, Glassworks Magazine, Amygdala, and Mud Season Review; with audio and video recordings in The Poetry Storehouse; and in the anthologies The Doll Collection from Terrapin Books and Nothing to Declare: A Guide to the Flash Sequence from White Pine Press. In addition to writing, Browning serves as editor of the Apple Valley Review.
Published on May 18, 2017