Contributors REILLY COX is a recent graduate of Washington College. He lives, writes, and trav-
els out of Baltimore, Maryland.
BRYCE EMLEY’s poetry and nonfiction can be found in Boston Review, Best American Experimental Writing 2015, The Normal School, Mid-American Review, and Prairie Schooner. He serves as Poetry Editor of Raleigh Review. KARIN FRANK’s poetry and prose have been published in both literary and genre venues in the United States and abroad. AKUA LEZLI HOPE, winner of this year’s PhotoFinish, is a creator who uses sound, words, fiber, glass, and metal to create poems, patterns, stories, music, ornaments, adornments, and peace, whenever possible. She has won two fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, a Ragdale U.S.-Africa Fellowship, and a Creative Writing Fellowship from The National Endowment for The Arts. She is a Cave Canem fellow. Her manuscript, Them Gone, won the Editor’s Prize hosted by Red Paint Hill and will be published in Fall 2016. She has also published 114 crochet designs. A paraplegic, she’s started a paratransit nonprofit so that she can get around her country town. MICHAEL METIVIER is a writer and editor living in southern Vermont. His
poems have appeared recently in Poetry, African American Review, Structo, North American Review, and elsewhere.
Iron Horse Literary Review
Our annual finale, released at midnight on New Year's Eve, contains poems and prose in response to a selected photo.