Anna Gasaway

ANNA ABRAHAM GASAWAY (She/Her) is a stroke-surviving, disabled writer that has been published in Mom Egg Review, the Los Angeles Review, Literary Mama and others. She has performed curated essays for So Say We All and recently received her MFA with an emphasis on Poetry at San Diego State University. She is currently working on her chapbook […]

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Brian Gyamfi

  BRIAN GYAMFI is a Ghanaian American writer from Arlington, Texas. Much of his work explores collective identity, the convergence of Western religion and African spirituality, and the impact of the ecosystem on traditional norms, politics, and religion in pre-and post-colonial African history. He was named a Benjamin Gilman Scholar in 2018 and a McNair

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Jenny Grassl

          JENNY GRASSL’s poems have appeared in The Boston Review, Tupelo Quarterly, Laurel Review, Green Mountains Review, The Massachusetts Review, Lana Turner, Bennington Review, Best American Poetry Blog, and other journals. Her work was published in a National Poetry Month feature of Iowa Review. Her manuscript DEER WOMAN IN THE DINING

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