Immer! Immer! – Mark Connelly

Mark Connelly’s fiction has appeared in Indiana Review, Milwaukee Magazine, Cream City Review, The Ledge, The Great American Literary Magazine, Home Planet News, Mundus Artium, Vanderbilt Review, Contemporary Atlanta, Smoky Blue Arts and Literary Magazine, Change Seven, Light and Dark, 34th Parallel,  and Digital Papercut.  He received an Editor’s Choice Award in Carve Magazine’s Raymond Carver Short Story Contest in 2014;Continue reading “Immer! Immer! – Mark Connelly”

Write One for Me – C. T. Holte

C. T. Holte grew up without color TV; played along creeks and in cornfields; went to lots of school; and has had gigs as teacher, editor, and less wordy things.  He recently migrated to New Mexico; and got a cool electric chainsaw for Christmas.  His poetry has been published in Words, Touch, California Quarterly, Months to Years, Pensive, TheContinue reading “Write One for Me – C. T. Holte”

Blackbirds and Bookstores – C. T. Holte

C. T. Holte grew up without color TV; played along creeks and in cornfields; went to lots of school; and has had gigs as teacher, editor, and less wordy things.  He recently migrated to New Mexico; and got a cool electric chainsaw for Christmas.  His poetry has been published in Words, Touch, California Quarterly, Months to Years, Pensive, TheContinue reading “Blackbirds and Bookstores – C. T. Holte”

A Teacher’s Library – Mary Redman

Mary Redman is a retired high school English teacher who currently works part time supervising student teachers for University of Indianapolis and volunteers as a docent at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields.   She has had poems published in Bangor Literary Journal, Flying Island, Nine CloudJournal, Northwest Indiana Literary Review, Snapdragon: a Journal of Healing, TiptonContinue reading “A Teacher’s Library – Mary Redman”

His Story – Bill Sells

Bill Sells is a former newspaper correspondent turned children’s writer, poet, and flash-fiction something or other. He has one middle-reader novel, one picture book, and can be found online at some of the seediest flash-fiction sites. He is lucky enough to live on the Chesapeake Bay with his honey and their three-legged pup, Jaybird.

Ode to the Library – Imani Tolliver

Imani Tolliver (she/her) is an award-winning poet, artist, educator, public speaker, and event producer. An interdisciplinary artist, she is a collagist and watercolorist. She is a graduate of Howard University, a Cave Canem Fellow, and served as Poet Laureate for the Watts Towers Arts Center. Rooted in social justice, Imani has curated and produced aContinue reading “Ode to the Library – Imani Tolliver”