Samuel Miranda

Protection from Erasure

Samuel Miranda is a poet, artists and teacher whose
work is a conversation with the people he encounters.
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John Whittier Treat

First Consonants: A Novel

John Whittier Treat is a Pacific Northwest writer whose
stories and novels explore crises of the current age ranging
from pandemics to climate change and disability.
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Natasha Gordon-Chipembere

Finding La Negrita

Natasha Gordon-Chipembere, born in Brooklyn New York, is a writer, scholar of slavery, professor, mother, wife, and founder of the Tengo Sed Writers’ Retreats for BIPOC in Costa Rica, where she currently resides.
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Addie Tsai

Unwieldy Creatures

Addie Tsai (any/all) is a queer nonbinary artist and writer of color who teaches Creative Writing at the College of William & Mary, Goddard College’s MFA Program in Interdisciplinary Arts, and Regis University’s Mile High MFA Program in Creative Writing.
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David Jackson Ambrose

Unlawful DISorder

David Jackson Ambrose is the author of three novels, including Unlawful DISorder. His debut novel, State of the Nation, was a 2018 Lambda Literary Award finalist in the Gay Fiction category. His second novel, A Blind Eye (NineStar Press) was named by Lambda Literary as one of April 2021’s most anticipated books.
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Lisa Solod

Shivah: A Novel from Memory

Lisa Solod, a resident of Georgia, is a lifelong writer whose work has appeared online in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Lilith, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, Savannah Magazine, The Manifest-Station, and the Huffington Post among other places.
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Leslie T. Grover

The Benefits of Eating White Folks

Leslie T. Grover is a Black History writer and community scholar-activist. A native of Charleston, Mississippi, she is an unapologetic Black Southern woman, and this extends itself into her writing.
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Nicole Zelniker

Until We Fall

Until We Fall is Nicole Zelniker’s first dystopian novel. Zelniker is a writer and activist currently living in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
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Savannah Johnston

Rites: Stories

Rites: Stories is a debut short story collection by Savannah Johnston, who is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
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Carly Israel

Seconds and Inches

Carly Israel has written about parenting,
divorce, and recovery for the Huffington
and other venues. She hosts two
podcasts: In Your Corner Divorce
and Northstar Big Book.

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Donna Miscolta

Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories

Donna Miscolta, who grew up in California and now lives in Seattle, has a bachelor’s degree in zoology from San Diego State University and a master’s degree in education and public administration from the University of Washington.
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Sion Dayson

As a River

As a River is a debut novel by Sion Dayson who, after growing up in North Carolina then spending a decade in Paris, is now living in Valencia, Spain.
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Fayeza Hasanat

The Bird Catcher and Other Stories

The Bird Catcher and Other Stories is a debut collection of stories by Fayeza Hasanat, a Bangladeshi-American writer, translator, and academician, living in Florida.
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Kim Dana Kupperman

The Last of Her

Ms. Kupperman is the founding editor of Welcome Table Press, an independent nonprofit devoted to celebrating & publishing the essay.
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Rosalie Morales Kearns

Kingdom of Women

Rosalie Morales Kearns, a writer of Puerto Rican and Pennsylvania Dutch descent, is the founder of Shade Mountain Press.
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A. Rafael Johnson

The Through

Johnson is a Kimbilio Fellow. He earned his BA in Drama from the University of Texas, and his MFA in Fiction from the University of Alabama.
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Alexandra Chasin


Alexandra Chasin received a PhD in Modern Thought and Literature at Stanford University in 1993, and an MFA in Fiction Writing at Vermont College in 2002.
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Amanda Montei

Two Memoirs

Amanda Montei holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts and is a PhD candidate and Presidential Fellow in the Poetics Program at SUNY Buffalo.
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Anna Joy Springer

The Vicious Red Relic, Love

Anna Joy Springer a prose writer and visual artist who makes grotesques – creating hybrid texts that combine sacred and profane elements to evoke intensely
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Beth Couture

Women Born with Fur

Beth Couture received her Ph.D. in Creative Writing from the Center Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi, MFA from the University
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Brian Bradford

Greetings from Gravipause

A recipient of the Henfield Transatlantic Review Award for Fiction, Brian Bradford has published work in numerous small press publications including:
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Carol Ciavonne


Carol Ciavonne’s poetry is both lyrical and experimental and has been noted for its visual imagery. Poems have appeared in Denver Quarterly, Boston Review, Colorado
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Christopher Grimes


AUTHOR CHRISTOPHER GRIMES is the author of Public Works: Short Fiction and a Novella (FC2, 2005). His award-winning short fiction has appeared in Western
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Cris Mazza

Something Wrong With Her

Cris Mazza is the author of over 17 books, including Various Men Who Knew Us as Girls, Waterbaby, Trickle-Down Timeline, and Is It Sexual Harassment Yet?
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David Hoenigman

Burn Your Belongings

David F. Hoenigman is the author of Burn Your Belongings (Jaded Ibis Press, 2010) and Squeal for Joy (Jaded Ibis Press, 2014). He’s the founder and organizer
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Davis Schneiderman

The DEAD/BOOKS trilogy

DAVIS SCHNEIDERMAN is a multimedia artist and writer and the author and editor of eight books, including the novels Drain(TriQuarterly/Northwestern)
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Dawn Raffel

The Secret Life of Objects

Dawn Raffel is the author of two story collections, Further Adventures in the Restless Universeand In the Year of Long Division, and a novel,Carrying the Body.
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Doug Rice

Between Appear And Disappear

Doug Rice was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He received his BA in English from Slippery Rock State College and did his MA in creative writing at
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Elizabeth Earley

A Map of Everything

Elizabeth Earley holds a BA in Creative Writing and an MFA in Fiction from Antioch University Los Angeles. Her stories and essays have appeared in Time Out
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Elizabeth J. Colen

The End of the World

Elizabeth J. Colen was born in the Midwest, raised in the Northeast, has lived in the Southeast, and currently makes her home in the Pacific Northwest. She is the
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Grayson Del Faro

Mutilations on a Theme

Mutilations on a Theme exemplifies the idiosyncratic ways fiction and nonfiction can manifest, and how some of the most intrepid writing arises at the college
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Jacob Paul

A Song of Ilan

Jacob Paul’s novel, Sarah/Sara, was named by Poets & Writers as one of 2010’s five best debut fictions. His work has appeared in Hunger Mountain, Western
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Jan Millsapps

Venus on Mars

Jan Millsapps is a pioneering digital filmmaker, an early web innovator, and a versatile and accomplished writer. She has produced films, videos, digital and
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Jane Rosenberg LaForge

An Unsuitable Princess

Jane Rosenberg LaForge was born in Los Angeles and raised in the suburb of Laurel Canyon, where she attempted to rub shoulders with the hip and famous.
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Janice Lee

Janice Lee is a genius.

Janice Lee is a writer, artist, editor, and curator. She is the author of KEROTAKIS (Dog Horn Press, 2010), a multidisciplinary exploration of cyborgs, brains,
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Jorge Armenteros

The Book of I

Jorge Armenteros is a practicing psychiatrist and graduate from Harvard University. In addition to his medical training, he completed an MA in Spanish
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Leslie McGrath

Out From the Pleiades

Leslie McGrath’s interviews with poets appear regularly in The Writer’s Chronicle. Winner of the 2004 Pablo Neruda Prize for poetry, she is the author
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Lily Hoang


Lily Hoang is the author of The Evolutionary Revolution, Changing, a recipient of the PEN Beyond Margins Award, and Parabola, winner of the 2006
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Marlon L Fick

The Nowhere Man

Marlon L. Fick divides his time between his home in Mexico City and his work in China. The author of four previous books, he is a recipient of the National
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Martin Nakell

Unnamed: The Emotions

Martin Nakell, the author of 12 books, both poetry and fiction, has won the Gertrude Stein Award in poetry, a National Endowment grant, a Fellowship in
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Mathew Timmons


Mathew Timmons’ projects include The New Poetics, CREDIT, Where is it Written?, After Darío, and The Archanoids (a CD of solo and collaborative sound
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Michael Cadieux

Support Our 2014 Giving Project

Michael Cadieux was born and raised in the Northern Rocky Mountains of Montana. Until the 1940’s, the land was a benign paradise that was home to a
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Mugi Takei

Dirty Paintings

Mugi Takei was born in New York and moved to Japan when her parents decided to return to their homeland. She studied painting at Massachusetts College of Art
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Nathan Hansen

Forget You Must Remember

Nathan Douglas Hansen served the U.S. Army as an Arabic Linguist and Combat Flight Medic. While working as a feature writer and investigative journalist in
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Pamela Mills


Pamela Mills (1956-2004) grew up in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. After majoring in English and Drama at the University of Cape Town, she got her first
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Patricia Catto


Patricia Catto was born in Auburn, New York, of Italian immigrants. She is the author of Wife of GeronimoÕs Virile Old Age: Poems, and many stories, articles
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Pedram Navab

Without Anesthesia

Pedram Navab is a neurologist and sleep medicine specialist who currently resides in Los Angeles. He also holds a graduate degree in English/Modern
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Rick Whitaker

An Honest Ghost

Rick Whitaker is the author of Assuming the Position: A Memoir of Hustling and The First Time I Met Frank O’Hara: Reading Gay American Writers. He is Concerts
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Rosetta Ballew-Jennings

Is the room

Rosetta J. Ballew-Jennings is most at ease amidst the moxie of old houses and cemeteries. She is fond of home concoctions and remedies, half-begun
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Roxanne Carter


Roxanne Carter received her MFA in Literary Arts from Brown University in 2008, and a Ph.D. in Creative Writing from the University of Denver in 2011. Her work
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Sharon White


Sharon White’s book, Vanished Gardens: Finding Nature in Philadelphia, won the Association of Writers and Writing Programs award in creative nonfiction.
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Justin Petropoulos


Justin Petropoulos is the author of the poetry collection, Eminent Domain, selected by Anne Waldman for the 2010 Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize.
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Matthew Cooperman

Imago For The Fallen World

Matthew Cooperman is the author of, most recently, Spool, winner of the New Measure Prize (Free Verse Editions/Parlor Press, 2016).
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