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Elizabeth Vrenios
Poetry - "Elegy for Mother"

Elizabeth Vrenios' poetry has been featured in online poetry columns from Clementine, Kentucky Review, Bethlehem Writers Roundtable, Silver Birch Press, and in issues of Poeming Pigeon, Unsplendid, and Edison Literary Review. Her chapbook, Special Delivery, is available from Yellow Chair Press. She is a professor emerita from American University and has spent most of her life performing as a singing artist across Europe and the United States.

Jacquese Armstrong
Poetry - "radical rainbows," "be free of shadows"

“retro defines my music my clothing my style give me a thrift for cds clothing jewelry and i’m happy but don’t bring me past sensibilities i’m happy nappy and progressive chic in my 20 dolla outfit and spry written words.” –"divertissement" by Jacquese Armstrong. Jacquese Armstrong’s poetry has been published in For Harriet, Black Magnolias Literary Journal, BLACKBERRY: a magazine, and Linden Avenue Literary Journal. She was a 2015 recipient of the Ambassador Award from the State of New Jersey Governor’s Council on Mental Health Stigma. 

Richard Jones
Poetry - "Melancholy," "The Refrigerator"   

Richard Jones is an award-winning author of seven books of poetry from Copper Canyon Press, the editor of the literary journal Poetry East, and professor of English at DePaul University. His photographs can be seen in PE's three issues devoted to London, Paris, and Kyoto.

Windy Lynn Harris
Flash Fiction - "Juniper"

Windy Lynn Harris writes from the shade of a very tall saguaro cactus in Cave Creek, Arizona. She is a prolific writer and a frequent speaker at literary events. Windy has received fellowships from the Dorland Mountain Arts Colony and The Maribar Writer's Colony. She mentors poets, essayists, memoirists, and fiction writers of all levels. Her work has appeared in many places, including, once, a bathroom wall.

Inalegwu Omapada Alifa
Poetry - "In the Present Time"

Inalegwu Omapada Alifa is a budding poet who is keen about becoming an established writer. Some of his poems have appeared in Parousia Magazine and Yellow Chair Review.