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Elizabeth Austin is a poet, photographer, visual artist, and single mum. She is currently a graduate student in Creative Writing at the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her work has appeared in the Schuylkill Valley Journal, See Spot Run, Foliate Oak, and Driftwood Press. She was recently featured in a collaborative exhibit with photographer Sarah Jane Sanders at the Norton Center for the Arts. She is first runner up for Bucks County Poet Laureate 2014 and lives in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Follow her on Instagram: @elizabethbeingqueen, or visit her website (http://elizabethaustinpoet.weebly.com) for more of her work.
Kendall A. Bell's poetry has been most recently published in Thick With Conviction and Melancholy Hyperbole. He was nominated for Sundress Publications' Best of the Net collection in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015. He is the author of eighteen chapbooks. His current chapbook is "Into The Undertow", and is available from Indigent Press. He is the founder and co-editor of the online journal Chantarelle's Notebook and publisher/editor of Maverick Duck Press. His chapbooks are available through Maverick Duck Press. He lives in Southern New Jersey.
Langhorne Manor, PA
Chris Bursk, recipient of NEA, Guggenheim, and Pew Fellowships, is the author of eleven books including h The First Inhabitants of Arcadia from the University of Arkansas Press and The Improbable Swervings of Atoms from University of Pittsburgh Press. In addition to having worked as a volunteer for three decades in the corrections system, with those on probation and parole, he is currently a professor of language and literature at Bucks County Community College. His work has appeared in magazines such as Paris Review, American Poetry Review, Poetry, Manhattan Review, and The Sun. His poem, “Ovid at Fifteen,” won the Another Chicago Magazine Award, judged by Robert Dana. Chris has won numerous awards for his humanitarian and literary efforts including Bucks County Citizen of the Year and Poet Laureate of Bucks County. The Infatuations and Infidelities of Pronouns won the Bright Hill Chapbook competition Selected Poems from Future Cycle Press was published in 2014.