Tipton Poetry Journal Editor Barry Harris is editor of the Tipton Poetry Journal and Brick Street Poetry’s Mapping the Muse: A Bicentennial Look at Indiana Poetry. He has published one poetry collection, Something At The Center. Barry lives in Brownsburg, Indiana and is retired from Eli Lilly and Company. His poetry has appeared in Kentucky Review, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Grey Sparrow, Silk Road Review, Saint Ann‘s Review, Boston Literary Magazine, Night Train, Silver Birch Press, Flying Island, Awaken Consciousness and Writers‘ Bloc. One of his poems is on display at the National Museum of Sport and another is painted on a barn in Boone County, Indiana as part of Brick Street Poetry‘s Word Hunger public art project. His poems are also included in these anthologies: From the Edge of the Prairie; Motif 3: All the Livelong Day; and Twin Muses: Art and Poetry.
Biographies An Indiana native who grew up in Fort Wayne, Christopher Todd Anderson is now an Associate Professor of English at Pittsburg State University in Kansas. His poems have most recently appeared in journals such as River Styx, Tar River Poetry, Ellipsis, Chicago Quarterly Review, and The Midwest Quarterly, where he also served as guest poetry editor for their 2013-14 print run. Heath Brougher lives in York, Pennsylvania and attended Temple University. He recently finished his second chapbook and has two others on the way as well as a full-length book of poetry. Heath has been previously published or has work forthcoming in Yellow Chair Review, Of/with, Mobius, Third Wednesday, Foliate Oak, Main Street Rag, *Star 82 Review, Diverse Voices Quarterly, Calliope, Van Gogh's Ear, MiPOesias, Gloom Cupboard, Rust + Moth, Eunoia Review, BlazeVOX, Indigo Rising, Icebox Journal, Inscape Literary Journal, and elsewhere.