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Michael Catherwood has published poems and essays in various magazines, including Agni, Aethlon, Black Warrior Review, Blue Violin, Borderlands, Briar Cliff Review, Brick and Mortar, Conspire, CQ, Duct Tape, Exit 13, Ecletica. Georgetown Review, Graffiti Rag, Hawai’i Review, Kansas Quarterly, Kimera, Laurel Review, Louisiana Literature, Main Street Rag, Mangrove, Mankato Poetry Review, Midwest Poetry Review, Midwest Quarterly, Morpo, Nebraska English Journal, Nebraska Review, Pennsylvania English, Pittsburgh Quarterly, Red River Review, South Dakota Review, Sycamore Review, Westview, and others. He writes essays for Plainsongs and has recently published poems in ABZ, Borderlands, Louisiana Literature, Nebraska Presence: An Anthology of Nebraska Poets, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and the Red River Review. In 2006 The Backwaters Press published his first book of poems entitled Dare. He has worked as a truck driver, weed whacker, garbage man, teacher, tutor, substitute teacher, and administrator. He has taught creative writing at the University of Arkansas, Univeristy of Nebraksa at Omaha, and at Creighton University.
Britny Cordera’s maiden voyage, Wingmakers, was published by Pinyon Publishing in February 2015. She is the youngest author to have a book published in the history of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her poetry has been featured and is forthcoming in the 13th Floor literary magazine; the Mythic Poetry Series by Silver Birch Press; the Women for Women international publication: Forget Me Not; in both the Fall 2014 and May 2015 Pinyon Reviews; and in the Fall 2016 Prairie Margins literary journal.
James Crews has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His work has appeared in Columbia, Prairie Schooner, Crab Orchard Review, Best New Poets 2006 and 2009 as well as other journals. His manuscript, The Book of What Stays, recently won the Prairie Schooner Book Prize and will be published by the University of Nebraska Press in September of 2011. He currently lives in Lincoln, Nebraska.