Michael Paul Thomas received his MFA from Syracuse University in 1995, where he was the Founding Editor of Syracuse’s literary magazine, Salt Hill, and the recipient of the Raymond Carver Prize for Poetry. His poems have appeared in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Kestrel, The Slant Review,
Nancy Mitchell is the author of two volumes of poetry, The Near Surround (Four Way Books, 2002) and Grief Hut (Cervena Barva Press, 2009), and her poems have appeared in Agni, Poetry Daily, Salt Hill Journal, Great RiverReview, and are anthologized in Last Call by Sarabande Books, 1997.
Suzanne Parker’s recent and forthcoming publications include Serving House, Rattapallax, Macguffin, Cider Press Review, and others. Her creative non-fiction is published by the U of Wisconsin P in the travel anthology Something to Declare. She is a winner of the Alice M. Sellars Award from the Academy of American Poets