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Editors: Rosebud Ben-Oni, Kristine Ong Muslim | Music: Nathan Payne, Found Audio, PowerSlut | Art: Jill Christian, Samuel Smith | Fiction: Victor Infante | Poetry: Suad Ali, Kristina Marie Darling, Ned Dougherty, Lo Galluccio, Jason Gordon, Jean A. Kingsley, Amanda Nowakowski, Caitlin Scarano, Theadora Siranian, Joanna Sit, Judith Skillman & more >>

Editors and Submission Period for Fall 2015

Poetry: Jennifer Jackson Berry and Nicole Rollender

Submission Period: Wednesday, July 1, 2015 - Saturday, August 15, 2015

Fall 2015 Issue Release: On or About September 30, 2015.


Nicole Rollender is a southern New Jersey-based poet. She’s assistant poetry editor at Minerva Rising Literary Journal and editor of Stitches. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Alaska Quarterly Review, The Journal, Radar Poetry, Salt Hill Journal, THRUSH Poetry Journal, and other journals, along with the Best New Poets anthology. She’s the author of the poetry chapbooks Absence of Stars (dancing girl press), Little Deaths (ELJ Publications) and Arrangement of Desire. Her chapbook, Bone of My Bone, is a winning manuscript in Blood Pudding Press’s 2015 Chapbook Contest, and is forthcoming later this year. She is the recipient of poetry prizes from CALYX Journal, Ruminate Magazine and Princemere Journal. Find her on Twitter, Facebook and her website.

Jennifer Jackson Berry is the author of the chapbooks When I Was a Girl (Sundress Publications) and Nothing But Candy (Liquid Paper Press). Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Booth, The Emerson Review, Harpur Palate, Moon City Review, Stirring, and Whiskey Island, among others. Poems also appeared in various anthologies in 2014, including We Will Be Shelter (Write Bloody Publishing), New Poetry from the Midwest (New American Press), and By the Slice (Spooky Girlfriend Press). She is an Assistant Editor for WomenArts Quarterly Journal and lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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