Artists retain all copyrights to their work.
Aaron Kubacák: (Published in the Spring/Summer 2013 issue #11)
Jim Fuess: (Published in the Spring/Summer 2013 issue #11)
Shane Armstrong: (Published in the Spring/Summer 2013 issue #11)
Rex Sexton: (Publised in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue #9) Bio: Rex Sexton is an award winning writer and artist based in Chicago. His novel “Desert Flower” was reviewed as “ … so skillfully devious it could have been written by Heinrich von Kleist two centuries ago in Germany …” by Kirkus Discoveries. His poetry and prose have appeared in cutting edge literary magazines, such as Möbius, EDGZ, Ardent and Willow Review. His recent collection “The Time Hotel” was described by another Kirkus review as “ … a deeply thought provoking …compelling reading experience …”. His short story “Holy Night” received an Eric Hoffer award and was published in Best New Writing 2007. His recent poetry and art book, “X-Ray Eyes” received critical acclaim by Chicago Art Magazine
Ron Koppelberger: (published in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue #9) Bio: Ron Koppelberger Is aspiring to become established as a poet and a short story writer. He has written 98 books of poetry over the past several years and 17 novels: He has been submitting his work for the past year and a half. He is thrilled by acceptance. He is always looking for an audience. He has published 348 poems, 190 short stories, and 36 pieces of art in over 90 periodicals, books and anthologies. He has been published in The Storyteller, Ceremony, Write On!!! (Poetry Magazette), Freshly Baked Fiction and Necrology Shorts. Also he recently won the People’s Choice Award for poetry In The Storyteller for a poem titled Secret Sash. He has been accepted in England, Australia, Canada and Thailand. He loves to write and offer an experience to the reader. He is a member of The American Poet’s Society as well as The Isles Poetry Association.
Aaron Kubacak: (Published in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue #9)
Khara Oxier: Featured artist for the 2011 Fall/Winter issue # 8. Bio: Khara Oxier is an untrained artist with focus on creating imagery that the viewer will feel. She focuses on getting emotional issues she has inside herself out into the open. She is inspired by context that is unseen, as well as the unknown.
Madrea Loy: Published in issue #8 Fall/Winter 2011
Tray Drumhann: Published in issue #7 Spring/Summer 2011 Bio: Tray Drumhann?s work explores the dimensions and depth of human nature. His goal is to communicate the personal and cultural dynamics that condition how we view ourselves and others as well as how our individual experiences condition such perception. Notable publications featuring Drumhann?s work include: The Pinch Journal, Tiferet & Adagio Quarterly.
Aaron Kubacak: Published in issue #6 Fall/Winter 2010
Kyle Hemmings: Published in issue #6 Fall/Winter 2010
Jim Fuess: Published in issue #5 Spring/Summer 2010 http://www.jimfuessart.com
Poems chosen from current
issue to be featured on the website
"The Mist" by T.J. Streett
"Come In, Come In" by John Van Doren
"Camp Street Neighbors" by Gretchen Meixner
"Lego" by Kiki Denis
"The Healing Season" by Cindy Hochman
"Proposal" by Richard Hartwell
"Social-isolation" by Anthony Ward
"A Death" by Danny P. Barbare
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