Eileen Malone’s poems and stories have been published in over 500 literary journals and anthologies, (literary as well as mainstream) a significant amount of which have earned awards, i.e., three Pushcart nominations. She lives in the coastal fog at the edge of the San Francisco Bay Area where she directs the Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition.
Dried Up Things
by Lynne McEniry (Poetry No. 17 – November 16, 2016)
Lynne McEniry poems have been published in The Paterson Literary Review, The Lake Rises Anthology, The Wide Shore, Pittsburgh Poetry Review, 5 AM, Adanna, The Stillwater Review, and others. Her poems have been awarded both Honorable Mention, and in 2016, Second Prize, for the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award, and her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Lynne is associate editor for the recently relaunched OVS Magazine and a regular guest editor for Adanna Literary Journal, for which she edited several special issues including, How Women Grieve, Women and the Arts, and Women and Food. Lynne earned her an MFA in Poetry from Drew University and works at the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown, NJ where she teaches writing course and directs the Academic Success Center.