September 20, 2015
Featured authors and artist
Darren Morris’s poetry can be found at The American Poetry Review, The Missouri Review, The Southern Review, New England Review, Raritan, Tongue: a Journal of Writing and Art, 32 Poems, The 2River View, Zone 3, Memorious, Best New Poets, and many others. New poems are located in Sewanee Review, Blackbird, and Clementine. Prose has recently appeared at The Pinch, The Legendary, and Passages North. Originally from St. Louis, Morris now lives in Richmond, Virginia and works for a company in Atlanta, performing tasks that are difficult to describe.
Millie Tullis is a student of English and Philosophy at Utah State University. She has a gray cat named Martin Heidegger.
Christopher Volpe is a painter working at the border of representation and abstraction. After two decades spent in the pursuit of poetry, a period of teaching art history gradually led him to become a full-time artist and art writer. While painting has replaced poetry as his primary medium, his objective remains the expression of deeply embedded individual and universal experiences of reality. His work has been included in exhibitions at Bowersock Gallery, Provincetown; Trudy Labell Gallery, Naples, Florida; Kennedy Gallery and The Banks Gallery, both in Portsmouth, NH; and the Fitchburg Art Museum. He lives in New Hampshire and teaches plein air and studio painting at his studio in Lowell, Massachusetts. www.christophervolpe.com
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Margie Kelk is a Canadian visual artist working in sculpture, animation and installation. Recent exhibitions include Swarf (2013) and Counterpoise(2015) at the Red Head Gallery, Toronto. Kelk is a graduate of Wellesley College and The Johns Hopkins University (PhD). Kelk is represented by the Red Head Gallery, Toronto.
Louis Staeble lives in Bowling Green, Ohio. His photographs have appeared in Agave, Blinders Journal, Blue Hour, Digital Papercut, Driftwood, Fifth Wednesday Journal, Four Ties Literary Review, Iron Gall, Microfiction Monday, On The Rusk, Paper Tape Magazine, Revolution John, Rose Red Review, Sonder Review, Timber Journal, Up The Staircase Quarterly and Your Impossible Voice. His web page can be viewed at staeblestudioa.weebly.com.
Ramsay Wise teaches film studies at the University of Missouri-Columbia and English at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. His paintings are mostly motivated by an empty canvas, but he is also interested in working from broad archetypal subjects. His studio (the garage) is a mess. His art can also be seen in forthcoming issues of The Sonder Review and Foliate Oak.