Howard Moss (1922-1987), poet, playwright and critic, was Poetry Editor for The New Yorker from 1948 to 1987. He wrote eight books of poetry including Selected Poems (Atheneum, 1971), winner of the National Book…

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Robert Morgan�s The Strange Attractor: New and Selected Poems (LSU, 2004) is the most recent of his ten books of poetry. Brave Enemies (Algonquin, 2003) is his most recent novel.…

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Jenny Molberg earned her BA at Louisiana State University and her MFA at American University. She was named a 2009 Lannan Fellow and has worked as the assistant editor for Poet…

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Leslie F. Miller is the author of the nonfiction book Let Me Eat Cake: A Celebration of Flour, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Vanilla, Baking Powder, and a Pinch of Salt (Simon…

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Cheri L. Miller’s poems have appeared in Assisi: An Online Journal of Arts and Letters, Rock & Sling: A Journal of Witness, Poetry Pacific and City Paper. She lives in…

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Jason Miller is the author of Langston Hughes and American Lynching Culture (Florida, 2011). His poems have appeared in Plains Song Review, The South Carolina Review and Whole Notes. He is an associate professor of English…

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Daniel R. Miller is President of Aletheia Ministries. He had four poems appear in Smartish Pace, Issue 1, and two essays appear in Dictionary of Biblical Imagery (InterVarsity, 1998). (2002)

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Wayne Miller is the author of Only the Senses Sleep (New Issues, 2006), recipient of the William Rockhill Nelson Award, and The Book of Props (Milkweed, 2009). He translated Moikom Zeqo’s I Don’t Believe…

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Jyotsna Milan is Editor of Anasuuyaa, a women’s journal of SEWA, published in Bhopal, where she resides. She is the author two novels, two short story collections and Ghar Nahin,…

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David Middleton is poet in residence at Nicholls State University, and serves as Poetry Editor for The Classical Outlook and The Anglican Theological Review. Beyond Chandeleurs (LSU, 1999) and The…

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Michelle Meyering lives in southern California. Her work has recently appeared in Apalachee Review and The Comstock Review. Her poetry appears in Smartish Pace, Issue 16 (2009).

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Corey Mesler is the owner of Burke’s Book Store, in Memphis, Tennessee. After ten chapbooks, his first full-length collection of poetry is Some Identity Problems (Foothills, 2007). He is the author of…

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