Katharyn Machan

KATHARYN HOWD MACHAN, author of 40 collections of poetry (most recently, in 2022, Dark Side of the Spoon from The Moonstone Press) has lived in Ithaca, New York, since 1975 and, now as a full professor, has taught Writing at Ithaca College since 1977. After many years of coordinating the Ithaca Community Poets and directing […]

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Sarah Maclay

  SARAH MACLAY’s Nightfall Marginalia is due in late 2023 from What Books Press, also publisher of The “She” Series: A Venice Correspondence, her braided collaboration with Holaday Mason. Earlier books (all, U of Tampa Press) are Music for the Black Room, The White Bride, and Whore, awarded the Tampa Review Prize for Poetry. The

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Michael Martin

              MICHAEL MARTIN is a writer, editor and film-maker living in North Carolina. His first collection of poetry, “Extended Remark” was published by Portals Press in 2015. For many years his poetry, feature-journalism and fiction have appeared in U.S. and European publications. Poems from his new poetry manuscript first

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Rasaq Malik

              RASAQ MALIK is a co-founder of Àtẹ́lẹwọ́, the first indigenous online journal devoted to publishing literary work written in the Yoruba language in Nigeria. He is a graduate of the University of Ibadan. His chapbook, No Home In This Land, selected for Chapbook Box edited by Kwame Dawes

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Dunya Mikhail

DUNYA MIKHAIL is an Iraqi American poet and writer. She has received fellowships from the United States Artists, the Guggenheim, and Kresge. Her honors also include the Arab American Book Award, and UN Human Rights Award for Freedom of Writing. Her book The War Works Hard was shortlisted for International Griffin Poetry Prize. New Directions

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Dora Malech

  DORA MALECH is the author of four books of poems, most recently, Flourish (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2020) and Stet (Princeton University Press, 2018). In 2019, Eris Press published Soundings, a UK Selected of Malech’s poems and drawings. Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, The Best American Poetry, and numerous other

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