Community No. 34

In this week’s community, we feature works by N.L.H. Hattam and Mary Bone. — N.L.H. HATTAM N. L. H. Hattam has kept creative writing as a constant companion, both in writing and reading. N. L. H. Hattam took a circuitous route to embracing creative writing as more than a hobby, graduating from SNHU with a degree in English and Creative Writing in 2017 after stops … Continue reading Community No. 34

Community No. 33

In this week’s community, we feature works by Dudgrick Bevins and Evelína Kolářová. — DUDGRICK BEVINS Dudgrick Bevins is an artist and educator from North Georgia. He now lives in New York City with his partner and their very grumpy hedgehog, Ezri. He teachers creative writing and literature. Title: Baby Blankets First Line(s): Her body was found in the basement, A knotted rope around her neck, … Continue reading Community No. 33

Community No. 32

In this week’s community, we feature works by Lucia Orellana Damacela and Gary Singh. — LUCIA ORELLANA DAMACELA Lucia is the author of Life Lines, (winner of The Bitchin’ Kitsch Chapbook Competition, 2018), and Sea of Rocks, forthcoming. Her poetry and prose have been published in both English and Spanish in more than twelve countries. Lucía has lived in the Americas, Europa and Asia, tweets at … Continue reading Community No. 32

Community No. 31

In this week’s community, we feature works by Abigail Carl-Klassen and Henry Goldkamp. — ABIGAIL CARL-KLASSEN Abigail Carl-Klassen’s work has appeared in ZYZZYVA, Cimarron Review, Willow Springs, Guernica, Aster(ix) and Kweli, among others. She was shortlisted for the Society for Humanistic Anthropology’s 2016 Ethnographic Poetry Prize and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Best New Poets 2015. She is a staff writer for Poets … Continue reading Community No. 31

Community No. 30

In this week’s community, we feature works by Sandeep Kumar Mishra and Gerard Sarnat. — SANDEEP KUMAR MISHRA Sandeep Kumar Mishra is an outsider artist, an International freelance writer and a lecturer in English with Masters in English Literature and Political Science. He has edited a collection of poems by various poets – Pearls (2002) – and written a professional guidebook – How to Be (2016) – … Continue reading Community No. 30

Community No. 29

In this week’s community, we feature works by Paul Beckman and Leigh Fisher. — PAUL BECKMAN Paul’s third collection, Kiss Kiss, was published by Truth Serum Press in the Spring of 2018. Author’s Website: http://www.paulbeckmanstories.com AND www.pincusb.com Title: Sunday Brunch at the Olympic Diner First Line(s): Sunday’s line for breakfast at the Olympic Diner was a block and a half long instead of the usual block. URL: http://belomag.com/sunday-brunch-at-the-olympic-diner-by-paul-beckman/ Genre: … Continue reading Community No. 29

Community No. 28

In this week’s community, we feature works by David S. Atkinson and Wm. Brett Hill. — DAVID S. ATKINSON David S. Atkinson is the author of Apocalypse All the Time, Not Quite so Stories, The Garden of Good and Evil Pancakes, and Bones Buried in the Dirt. His writing appears in Literary Orphans, The Airgonaut, Connotation Press, and others. Author’s Website: http://davidsatkinsonwriting.com Title: Colloidal Suspensions Are … Continue reading Community No. 28

Community No. 27

In this week’s community, we feature works by Danielle Mitchell and Jim Ross. — DANIELLE MITCHELL Danielle Mitchell is the author of Makes the Daughter-in-Law Cry (Tebot Bach 2017), selected by Gail Wronsky for the Clockwise Chapbook Prize. Her poems have appeared in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Eleven Eleven, Harpur Palate, Animal, Four Way Review, Nailed, and others. She is a member of the Community of … Continue reading Community No. 27