Cotton Nero A.X.4 - Susan Welstead [.pdf]

Lewis as a Medievalist - Masako Takagi

Sandy Coomer is a poet and mixed media artist living in Brentwood, TN. Her poetry has been published in numerous journals and anthologies. She is the author of three poetry chapbooks: Continuum (Finishing Line Press), The Presence of Absence (Winner of the 2014 Janice Keck Literary Award for Poetry), and Rivers Within Us (Unsolicited Press). Coomer is the founding editor of the online poetry journal Rockvale Review and the director of an Ekphrastic poetry project that pairs poems with photography. She is a seeker, a dreamer, and an explorer. Her favorite word is “Believe.”

The case - Sebastian Sobecki [.pdf]

Shoaf - Anniina Jokinen [, ] - Fred Griffiths - David V.

Johnson [.pdf] - David Manselle - Kaye Anfield - W.

“The pundits are always talking about needing to build a writing platform. For me, it's always been about building community. In the lesbian-feminist community of the eighties, I learned that community was about survival, and I've carried that understanding forward into writing.”

and the Good Parliament of 1376 - Gwilym Dodd [.pdf]

Laura Ellen Joyce is a Lecturer in creative writing and literature at the University of East Anglia. Her recent monograph, Luminol Theory (Punctum, 2017), focusses on the intersection of forensics, psychoanalysis, and hermeneutics. She has written two experimental genre novellas: The Museum of Atheism (Salt, 2012) and The Luminol Reels (Calamari, 2014). Her forthcoming book on cinema, Deadly Landscapes: Sexuality and Violence in Contemporary Eco-horror, will be published by Bloomsbury in 2019. She worked on her first creative nonfiction project under the mentorship of Xu Xi during the AWP Writer to Writer Mentorship Program in 2017.

Mattison [.rtf] - Travis Krick - Richard Bramante - Mark Lawrence - Emily C.

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“Writing was a means for me to relive my pain over and over and over again until I could somehow grasp its depth and complexity. Once I compartmentalized my emotions into metaphors, italics, paragraphs or ellipses—once I committed my silent voice to a narrative form—I began to heal.”

Shaw - Lili Arkin - Michael Love - Lorelei Feldman - William Ames - Patrick Thrasher - Damian T.

Callista is working with of Ithaca, New York.

Sandra Gail Lambert writes fiction and memoir that is often about the body and its relationship to the natural world. She is a 2018 NEA Creative Writing Fellow, and her memoir, A Certain Loneliness, will be released from the University of Nebraska Press. Her work has been published in journals such as the Southern Review, New Letters, and Brevity, and has been widely anthologized. Lambert is the co-editor of the anthology Older Queer Voices: The Intimacy of Survival. The River's Memory is her debut novel.

Gorman [.pdf] - Adam Levin - Megan Basham

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“Being a mentor is a way of paying forward some of the wonderful mentoring I've received in the past. I hope to pay off a small bit of my karmic debt.”

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Anjali Enjeti is a board member of the National Book Critics Circle. Her work has most recently appeared in the Atlantic, The Week, Longreads, NPR, Vice, The Guardian, The Washington Post, and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Her essays have been named notables in Best American Essays 2016 and 2017, nominated for Best of the Net 2017 and three Pushcart Prizes, and received an honorable mention from the American Society of Journalists and Authors. She was recently named one of “9 Essayists of Color You Should Know About” by Electric Literature and teaches creative nonfiction in the Etowah Valley MFA program at Reinhardt University.