Fabrice Poussin, The Heights
Dreppec was born in 1968 near Frankfurt as Alexander Deppert. He attended The
University of Colorado Boulder for his Ph.D., studying psychology and
linguistics. Alex has published both science and poetry in
numerous German journals and anthologies. In 2008, he was featured in the best-selling Der
Große Conrady, and he was awarded the prestigious Wilhelm-Busch Prize
in 2004. Alex has also had English works
published in Borderlands Texas Poetry
Review, Notre Dame Review, Parody on Impression, Orbis, The Interpreter's House, The
Journal (UK), and others.
Olive Fitzgerald is a queer poet from London, England. Their work tends to explore class, gender, mental illness, love, and occasionally bizarre, post-apocalyptic hellscapes (because everyone needs a way to vent their frustrations now and then). They are currently living and studying in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Christopher Stolle’s poetry has appeared in more
than 100 magazines in several countries, including most recently or forthcoming
in Burningword Literary Journal, Tipton Poetry Journal, Flying Island, Writing Raw, Branches, Indiana Voice Journal, Snapdragon, and in three anthologies. He
has also published two nonfiction books with Coaches Choice: 101 Leadership Lessons From Baseball’s
Greatest Managers (2013) and 101
Leadership Lessons From Basketball’s Greatest Coaches (2015). He works as a
development editor for Penguin Random House, and he lives in Indianapolis.
Serena Solin is a senior at Columbia University
working her way through the ecopoetry of contemporary African-American writers
and making some of her own on the side. A New Jersey native, she enjoys malls,
barley tea, and yellow light. Her work has appeared in various Columbia
publications as well as in The Atlas
Review and theEEEL.
Stephen C. Middleton is a writer working in London, England. He has had five books published, including A Brave Light (Stride) and Worlds of Pain / Shades of Grace (Poetry Salzburg). His work has appeared in several anthologies, among them Paging Doctor Jazz (Shoestring) and From Hepworth’s Garden Out (Shearsman, 2010). For many years, Stephen was the editor of Ostinato, a magazine of jazz and jazz-inspired poetry, and The Tenormen Press. Stephen’s current projects (prose and poetry) relate to jazz, blues, politics, outsider (folk) art, mountain environments, and long-term illness.
Rowan Johnson holds a doctorate from the University of Tennessee as well as an MA from the University of Nottingham, England. He has published various forms of writing, including two novels, poetry, and flash fiction. His work has been published in Wordriver Literary Review, Laptop Lit Mag, and in the 2012 Writers Abroad anthology, Foreign Encounters. He has also written numerous travel articles for publications such as Redbook, The Complete Woman, and SEOUL magazine.