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Review, Grasslimb, Iodine, The MacGuffin, Sierra Nevada Review, Blueline, Slant, Snowy Egret, and Poem. He has published three collections of poetry with a fourth due out next spring. He is currently working on a collection of short stories for publication next year. Jack has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize five times. He lives in Highland Heights, Ohio, with his wife Kathy. Martin H. Levinson is a member of the Authors Guild, National Book Critics Circle, and the book review editor for ETC: A Review of General Semantics. He has published nine books and numerous articles and poems in various publications. He holds a PhD from NYU and lives in Forest Hills, New York. Laurinda Lind shivers, writes, and teaches in New York’s North Country. Some poetry acceptances and publications were in Antithesis, Ascent, Bindweed, Blue Fifth Review, Brushfire, Chiron Review, Cold Mountain Review, Comstock Review, Conclave, Constellations, Dryland, Far Off Places, Forage, Liminality, Main Street Rag, Mobius, Moonsick, Mudfish, Off the Coast, Oracle, Origins, Paterson Literary Review, Plainsongs, Sanskrit, Ship of Fools, Thema, Triggerfish, Two Thirds North, Unbroken, and Welter. Richard Luftig: I am a former professor of educational psychology and special education at Miami University in Ohio now residing in California. I am a recipient of the Cincinnati Post-Corbett Foundation Award for Literature and a semi-finalist for the Emily Dickinson Society Award. My poems have appeared in numerous literary journals in the United States and internationally in Canada, Australia, Europe, and Asia. Two of my poems recently appeared in Ten Years of Dos Madres Press. DS Maolalaí was born in Ireland and currently lives in Toronto, where he works maintenance for a hospital and spends his off hours drinking wine. His first collection of poems, Love is Breaking Plates in the Garden, was published by the Encircle Press in 2016, and he has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.

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2017 Freshwater Literary Journal  
2017 Freshwater Literary Journal  

Professional literary journal produced at Asnuntuck Community College

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