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has or will appear in Gravel, West Trade Review, Into the Void, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Gold Man Review, Carbon Culture Review, 3Elements Review, in several anthologies, and as the chapbook Body Politic, published by Mount Analogue Press, on a Seattle bus, and elsewhere. Angel Simmons: I am not new to the college experience. I have gone to different community colleges across the country. I love learning and, in a way, teaching others through my life experiences. I am a veteran of the United States Air Force Reserve, completing safely four tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. I am still finding my footing in where I want my life to go. I do know that since entering adulthood, I have a passion for the written word, primarily poetry. Bobbi Sinha-Morey lives in the peaceful city of Brookings, Oregon. There she writes poetry in the morning and at night, always at her leisure. Her work has appeared in a variety of places such as Plainsongs, The Path, Taproot Literary Review, The Wolfian, Pirene’s Fountain, The Laughing Dog, Page & Spine, and Black Fox Literary Magazine. Her books of poetry, Crest of Light, White Tail, The Glass Swan, and others are available at writewordsinc.com. In addition, her work has been nominated for Best of the Net and her website is located at hbobbisinhamorey.wordpress.com. She loves aerobics, knitting, reading, and taking walks on the beach with her husband. Richard Smith has been writing poetry since 1985 and did his first four open mic readings in Las Vegas in 1987. He has read in many bookstores, coffee shops, libraries, and on Pittsfield Community TV for the last thirteen years, and has been involved with Freshwater since its beginning. Geo. Staley is retired from 25 years of teaching writing and literature at Portland Community College. He had also taught in New England, Appalachia, and on the Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation. His poetry has appeared in Chest, Four Quarters, Loonfeather, RE:AL Artes Liberales, New Mexico Humanities 132

2017 Freshwater Literary Journal  
2017 Freshwater Literary Journal  

Professional literary journal produced at Asnuntuck Community College

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