Skip to Main Content
| Give a Gift |
Creative Nonfiction Writer, Poet
East Lansing, MI
Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhrán is the author of _Antes y después del Bronx: Lenapehoking_, winner of the New American Press Chapbook Contest; and the editor of an international queer Indigenous issue of _Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art, and Thought_. A Brooklyn College M.F.A., he is an American Studies Ph.D. candidate at Michigan State University. A community organizer for over two decades, his award-winning poetry and nonfiction appear in over a hundred seventy publications in twenty nations in Africa, the Américas, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Pacific. Places of publication include Aotearoa/New Zealand, Australia, Austria, Barbados, Canada, England, France, Hawai'i, Hong Kong, Ireland, Morocco, Northern Ireland, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Scotland, South Africa, St. Croix, Sweden, and Wales. The author of a second poetry collection, _South Bronx Breathing Lessons_, he is completing _Yerbabuena/Mala yerba, All My Roots Need Rain: mixed-blood poetry & prose_ and _Heart of the Nation: Indigenous Womanisms, Queer People of Color, and Native Sovereignties_.
Sault Sainte Marie, MI
Julie Brooks Barbour is the author of Small Chimes (Aldrich Press, 2014) and two chapbooks: Earth Lust (Finishing Line Press, 2014) and Come To Me and Drink (Finishing Line Press, 2012). She received an MFA in Creative Writing from UNC-Greensboro and is a recipient of an Artist Enrichment Grant from Kentucky Foundation for Women. She is co-editor of the journal Border Crossing and an Associate Poetry Editor at Connotation Press: An Online Artifact. She teaches composition and creative writing at Lake Superior State University.