Amy M. Clark’s debut book of poems, Stray Home (University of North Texas Press), was selected by the Massachusetts Center for the Book as a Must-Read for 2011. Her poems have been featured on The Writer’s Almanac and Verse Daily, Cave Wall, and in Southern Poetry Review, and Garrison Keillor’s Good Poems, American Places. She lives in Concord, MA.
Phillip Egelston’s poetry has appeared in Folio, River Sedge, Paris/Atlantic, Limestone, Skylark, and many other magazines. He also writes short fiction and is an artist.
Brett Foster’s first book of poetry, The Garbage Eater, was published earlier this year. His writing has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Atlanta Review, Books & Culture, IMAGE, Kenyon Review, Poet Lore, Raritan, and Salamander.
Dave Harrity has lived for nearly twenty years in Kentucky. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The L.A. Review, The Portland Review, Ruminate Magazine, New Southerner, The Xavier Review, Confrontation, Copper-Nickel, Existere, and The White Pelican Review.
J. T. Ledbetter is Professor Emeritus at California Lutheran University. His newest book of poetry, Old and Lost Rivers, will be published next year by Lost Horse Press.
John Poch teaches in the creative writing program at Texas Tech University. His most recent book of poems is Dolls (Orchises 2009).