Cynthia Morrison resides within the Bermuda Triangle. She is a writer and an award-winning playwright with theatrical works featured Off-Broadway in New York City. She is also a graduate of the Burt Reynolds Institute. Her stage play “Words with a Mummy” is published inside “21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World” as a textbook lesson in “adaptation of a play from literature” Gladiator
LESLIE D. SOULE is a fantasy/sci-fiction author from Sacramento, CA. She has an M.A. in English and is currently working on the final book of her fantasy series, The Fallenwood Chronicles. Met An Angel Once
Rose is a sophomore in college. She’s not good at writing these, but she loves to write fiction and poetry, mostly, but anything when inspired. She lives with her family in Rhode Island, that tiny state everyone thinks is part of New York. She’s always gotten a kick out of that. My Mother Always Told Me: They Say We Are What We Eat: Wasteful Thinking:
Stephen Scott Whitaker is a member of National Book Critics Circle, and literary review editor for The Broadkill Review. His poetry, fiction, and essays have appeared in dozens of publications including Oxford Poetry, Anderbo, Grub Street, and others. He lives on the Eastern Shore of Virginia with his family. The podcasting duo, Alpine Strangers, recorded these poems. The Alpine Strangers consists of Nate McFadden and Cody Grimm. Surrender: Winter Fever:
P.A.W. is a musician, writer, dancer, and audio documentarian. After a few years traveling with the band Tumbling Bones (including two State Department-sponsored tours of Eastern Europe), P.A.W. refocused their energy into audio art. Most recently, P.A.W. finished production on a historical audio documentary titled, “Making an American Folk Song: Children, Go Where I Send Thee.” “The Christmas Tree” is a short story set to music. Text, arrangement, narration, and tin whistle by P.A.W. Audio engineering, mixing, and guitar by … READ MORE…
Finding the 21st century obsolete, Craig Kurtz versifies Restoration plays, illustrated by Anni Wilson. Excerpts appear in California Quarterly, Crannóg, Icon, and Penn Review. Visit http://antickcomedies.blogspot.com/ for particulars. Kurtz and Wilson reside at Twin Oaks Intentional Community. Life Isn’t Fair Money is Magic
When we think of love, we see big, romantic gestures, flowers, and long kisses in the rain, but it’s so much more than that. Mab Jones, poet and writer, reminds us in her poem “Millionaire” that love is a collection of simple moments, quirks, and affectionate interaction.