We pay homage to summer with Volume 23, Issue 3, which contains poems about passion, bluegills, Neruda, and stingrays—chance encounters with people, poems, and species, as well as meditations on time spent with loved ones. So dive in. Read (and
Caron Andregg holds an MS in Television/Radio/Film from The Newhouse School (Syracuse University) and an MFA in Creative Writing from San Diego State University, and has taught literature, composition and rhetoric at institutions including Penn State and San Diego State. Her poems have appeared in print and online journals including Spillway, Rattle, Poetry International, Solo and many others, and in the anthology Line Drives: 100 Contemporary Baseball Poems (2002) published by Southern Illinois University Press. In her non-poetic life, she runs a web design and marketing company with too much help from office cats.
Beth McDermott is the author of How to Leave a Farmhouse, a chapbook published by Porkbelly Press. Her poems have been published in journals such as Tupelo Quarterly, DIAGRAM,Terrain.org and Southern Humanities Review. Research interests include ecopoetry, ekphrasis, and poetic form. Articles and reviews about art and ecology can be found in The Trumpeter, After the Art, American Book Review, and Kudzu House Quarterly, where she was also Poetry Editor. Beth holds degrees from Hope College, Purdue University, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is currently an Assistant Professor of English at the University of St. Francis and lives in Frankfort, IL.
Book Reviews Editor
Angela Gregory-Dribben’s poetry and essays can be found or are forthcoming in Main Street Rag, Deep South, San Pedro River Review, Crab Creek Review, Crack the Spine, New Southern Fugitive, and others. Angie Dribben's poetry, essays, and reviews can be found or are forthcoming in texas review press' Virginia anthology, EcoTheo, Deep South, San Pedro River Review, Crab Creek Review, Crack the Spine, and others. Recently she joined Cider Press Review as Contributing Reviews Editor. Everygirl, a finalist for the 2020 Dogfish Head Prize, is out with Main Street Rag. A Bread Loaf alum, she is currently a student in Randolph College’s MFA.