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Joe Milford hosts amazing poets and poetry shows once a week--prepared to be astonished and amazed.

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Gina Myers currently lives in Saginaw, MI, where she is the Associate Editor of 360 Main Street, the Reviews Editor of H_NGM_N, and the bookmaker for Lame House Press. Her first full-length collection of poetry, A Model Year, was... more

“In a country where the corpses of political poems often litter our streets, with very little meaning being left behind, the poetry of Oprava offers an intense hope through the examination of a variety of issues, facing not only America, but the... more

Wolff received her MFA from the Iowa Writers Workshop, where she was an assistant editor of the Iowa Review. She created Fence Magazine in 1997, with an editorial staff including Jonathan Lethem, Frances Richard, Caroline... more

"Bibbins . . . has the courage to stop, to pin down the always irrational present moment, and the reader is eager to follow, to inhale its scathing or enticing perfume. . . . A brilliant young poet."--John Ashbery In his second collection,... more

Heather Derr-Smith was born in Dallas, Texas in 1971. She spent most of her childhood in Fredericksburg, Virginia. She received her undergraduate degree in Art History from the University of Virginia, where she also took... more

Jennifer K. Sweeney’s first book of poems, Salt Memory, won the 2006 Main Street Rag Poetry Award. Twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize, her poems have appeared in numerous journals, including Southern Review, Hunger Mountain,... more

Chad Sweeney is the author of three books of poetry, Parable of Hide and Seek (Alice James, 2010), Arranging the Blaze (Anhinga, 2009), and An Architecture (BlazeVox, 2007), and the editor of Days I Moved Through Ordinary Sounds... more

Gillian Conoley’s most recent collection is THE PLOT GENIE with Omnidawn Publishing (fall 2009). The author of six collections of poetry, her work has appeared in over 20 national and international anthologies, including W.W.... more

Dana Guthrie Martin has been described as akin to “watching someone eat their young only probably a lot prettier.” She and her husband share their Seattle-area home with two hermit crabs, their robot, Feldman, and their hand puppets,... more

TOM HEALY's poems and essays have appeared in BOMB, the Yale Review, Paris Review, Tin House, Salmagundi and other journals. He studied at Harvard and Columbia. He lives in New York City and Miami. “The electric immediacy... more
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