The Lovely Contributors Ruth Z. Deming The Mail-Order Couch Ruth Z Deming, winner of a Leeway Grant for Creative Nonfiction, is a psychotherapist and director of New Directions Support Group for people with bipolar, depression and their loved ones. She is editor of the Compass Mental Health magazine and the poetry review Icing on the Cake. She lives in Willow Grove, PA, suburban Philadelphia. Christopher Dysart While the World Sleeps Christopher Dysart is a writer with strong roots in the Great Central Valley of California. He is currently working on a collection of short stories and putting the finishing touches on a collection of poetry. More of his work can be viewed at christopherdysart.tumblr.com. Liz Jacoby down lincoln avenue Liz Jacoby is currently working on her PhD in English Literature and Criticism at Indiana University of PA. She is also an English Instructor at McCook Community College located in Southwest Nebraska. She previously completed her MA at Eastern Illinois University and BA at the University of Illinois-Chicago. She has previously had "I envy that Gatorade Cup" and "My first interview" published in Ascent Aspirations Magazine. Personal Website: http://www.people.iup.edu/ypms/ Cord Moreski Welcome Cord Moreski is a poet from Ocean Grove, New Jersey. Known for his vivid imagery and sensory detail, Moreski is currently making a staple mark along the Jersey Shore. He has recently released a chapbook entitled Capricious & Other Poems. Erin Armstrong Backwoods Philosophy Erin Armstrong is a Creative Writing major currently studying at Georgia Regents University. She hopes to further her education and get her MFA in Fiction. She writes, predominantly, about the South and its people. Scott T. Starbuck Time Warp Scott T. Starbuck was a 2013 Artsmith Fellow on Orcas Island. His anti-nuclear clay-poem “Napali” appeared in the Oregon chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) Particles on the Wall Exhibit (May and June 2013) about the “lasting impacts of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation and the nuclear age." His chapbook, The Other History, or unreported and underreported issues, scenes, and events of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries is available at his blog riverseek.blogspot.com/. P. C. Moorehead The Greater Yet to Come P. C. Moorehead grew up in Washington State near what is now North Cascades National Park. Nature images permeate her poetry and prose. She has been published in many anthologies and other publications. She now lives in rural Wisconsin where the peace and beauty of the woods provide a helpful environment for her writing and reflection. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Tine Wayland My Grandmother Boarded a Ship Tina Wayland is a freelance copywriter, part-time fiction writer and 24/7 Mommy to a smart wee toddler. You can find her copywriting info and a list of published fiction at tinawaylandcopywriter.com. Sarah Navin Begotten Sarah Navin is a young writer living on the South Carolina coast, though she is originally from southern Maine. She spends most of her time writing short horror and surreal fiction. Some of her other works can be found in the Creepypasta archives under the username "RemovedFingers." Rebekah Postupak Flash Rebekah Postupak is grateful for the faithful hassling provided by Shenandoah Valley Writers and believes writing in community is the only way she'll ever finish her novels. She'd also like to thank Susan Warren Utley & HWP for their tremendous service in creating such a beautiful home for writers' work at From the Depths. Robert Vivian Once in Nebraska Robert Vivian is the author of The Tall Grass Trilogy and two books of meditative essays. Diane Giardi He Just Can't Turn In His Badge Diane Giardi is an Artist, Arts Educator and Poet, living in Gloucester, MA. She teaches Art at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. and her poetry has been published in the The Wilderness House Literary Review, Muddy River Poetry Review, Long Island Sounds, The Endicott Review, The Ann Arbor Review, and Minerva Rising, among others. Darlene Pagán Things I've Taken a Match To & Dark Matter Darlene Pagán teaches writing and literature at Pacific University in Oregon. She has a chapbook, Blue Ghosts (Finishing Line Press) and poems and essays in many journals, including Field, Calyx, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Poet Lore, Hiram Poetry Review, Brevity, Lake Effect, and Hawaii Pacific Review. She is Poetry Editor for VoiceCatcher and enjoys hiking, biking, the beach, the rain, and carnival rides now that her sons are just tall enough to ride. Shelley Kahn Late Birthday Drive Shelley Kahn is employed in federal service as a civil rights attorney. She lives most of the time in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., but her heart is pulled in the direction of the Delaware coast. One of her many passions in life has been to write poetry about everything she has observed in nature, in people and animals, and in the rest of her life. She is currently a member of the Rehoboth Beach Writer's Guild. Charles Tarlton Keepers Charles Tarlton is a retired university professor living inSan Francisco with wife Ann, a mixed-media painter.
Published on Dec 30, 2013
The “Journeys” issue of From the Depths features works of fiction, poetry, and creative prose where the heart of the work revolves around th...