By Selma Sergent Quarto Barto is from Cincinnati, Ohio. A Tuck Magazine contributor, he is self-described as: ‘The great grandson of Vaudevillian performers, he writes poetry and prose with an American flair. Quarto has travelled extensively and draws influence from [...]
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By Selma Sergent MELANCHOLIA (an Essay) by Kristina Marie Darling is a collection of poems one might snatch from dreams. Darling creates a fragile, delicate world that is ethereal, otherworldly, beautiful, wistful, and full of longing, all securely wrapped in a [...]
By Selma Sergent Barbara Lambert is a Canadian writer. She has won the Danuta Gleed Award for Best First Collection of Short Fiction and the Malahat Review Novella Prize, and been a finalist for the Ethel Wilson Prize and the Journey Prize. [...]
By Selma Sergent Lauri Kubuitsile is a writer from Botswana, Africa. She was born in the USA and moved to Botswana in 1989 where she met her husband.
By Selma Sergent Ginger Moran is a teacher, published writer and mother. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Houston in Literature and Creative Writing and Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English from the University of Virginia. She has published in Salon, [...]
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By Selma Sergent Skip Fox has written several books and chapbooks of poetry and mixed-genre work as well as a lengthy bibliography. He was an indexer for the MLA International Bibliography and the Book Review Editor of Bulletin of Bibliography. He has [...]
By Selma Sergent Mario Canto is a Los Angeles based poet and the author of Dancing With Disillusion. He grew up in South Central L.A. His collection of poetry is ardent, potent; there is a sense of might about it, but also the kind of [...]
By Selma Sergent God’s Autobio by Rolli is a collection of short stories. They are surrealist and sublime in spirit; idiosyncratic, illusory and marvelous.
Kristina Marie Darling’s The Body Is A Little Gilded Cage: A Story In Letters & Fragments (Gold Wake Press, 2012) is an interlocking of poems, footnotes, appendices, letters and glossaries forming a mystical chain of images, memory and neatly crafted narrative.