Tim Kahl

 is the author of Possessing Yourself (CW Books 2009), The Century of Travel (CW Books, 2012) and The String of Islands (Dink, 2015). His work has been published in Prairie Schooner, Indiana Review, Ninth Letter, Notre Dame Review, The Journal, Parthenon West Review, and many other journals in the U.S. You can find more of Tim Kahl.

Crystal Karlberg

is a poet and library assistant at her local library. Her work has been published by Oddball Magazine, Rust & Moth, Psaltery and Lyre, and The Museum of Americana. Her poem “Dream in Blue” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Charles Kell
is a PhD student at The University of Rhode Island and editor of The Ocean State Review. His poetry and fiction have appeared in The New Orleans Review, The Saint Ann’s Review, IthacaLit, and elsewhere. He teaches in Rhode Island and Connecticut.
William Kemmett
has published in numerous poetry magazines and journals. His books include Flesh of a New Moon (Igneus Press, 1991), Hole in the Heart (Igneus Press, 2001), Black Oil (Dead “C” Press, 2009) in addition to several chapbooks published by Igneus Press and Wampeter Press. He is a recipient of awards from the Massachusetts Artists Foundation and the New England Poetry Club and has won two Yankee Magazine poetry prizes. He studied poetry at Harvard University and holds an MFA in writing from Vermont College.
Sharon Kennedy-Nolle

is a graduate of Vassar College, with an MFA and doctoral degree from the University of Iowa. A participant in the Bread Loaf Conferences in both Middlebury and Sicily in 2016, she was also accepted to the Sewanee Writers’ Conference in 2018.

D. M. Kerr
is the writing name of a Canadian writer currently living and working in Singapore, where he teaches game design and business. His work has been published in Blank Spaces, Eyedrum Periodically and Birch Gang Review.
Yunkyo Moon Kim
is a Boston native and a sophomore at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.
Mignon Ariel King

 was born in Boston City Hospital. She holds a Master of Arts in English from Simmons College and was an English instructor for a decade. King is the publisher of Tell–Tale Chapbooks, Hidden Charm Press, and the online journal MoJo! Her blog is Making Books.

Kay Kinghammer
was published in multiple anthologies in the US, Canada, Ireland and Germany, including Granny Smith Magazine; Mad Swirl; Prospective-A Journal of Speculation; lectric Windmill Press; Pacific Poetry, and The Inspired Heart. Festive Frog Press published her first book, Picture This and Then (1992). Loyal Stone Press released her first full-length collection, Inside the Circus (2013). Kay passed away in 2018.
Vera Kroms

is the author of the chapbook Necessary Harm, (Finishing Line Press). Other work has appeared in Gulf Coast, Columbia Journal of the Arts, Southern Poetry Review and others. Vera lives in Boston and has worked as a programmer for many years.

Len Kuntz
is a writer from Washington State and the author of four books, most recently the story collection, This is Why I Need You, out now from Ravenna Press. You can find more of his writing at lenkuntz.blogspot.com.
Luke Kuzmish
is a new father, recovering addict, software developer, and writer from Erie, Pennsylvania. His poetry has been featured by Poets' Hall Press, Beatnik Cowboy, Transcendent Zero Press, Rye Whiskey Review, Ink Sweat and Tears, and Dope Fiend Daily. His latest collection, Little Hollywood, was published by Alien Buddha Press in 2018.
Khadijah Lacina

grew up in Wisconsin’s Kickapoo Valley. After converting to Islam and becoming fluent in Arabic, she and her family lived in Yemen for ten years, until stirrings of war brought them back to the US. She now lives on a homestead in the Missouri Ozarks with her children and various animals. Her writings have appeared in various anthologies and many internet venues. A Slice of Sunshine: The Poetry of Colors was published in 2012, and her chapbooks Nightrunning and Under the Sky have been published by Facqueuesol Books.

Linda Lamenza

is a poet and literacy specialist in Massachusetts. Her work is forthcoming or has appeared in Constellations, Rogue Agent, Main Street Rag, The Comstock Review, The Tishman Review, and elsewhere. She is a member of Poemworks: The Workshop for Publishing Poets. Linda is fluent in Italian and enjoys spending time at the beach reading and writing.

Sam Landry
is completely lost and wants to know where a good place to get pizza is around here. He is a Pushcart Prize nominee for his work published in Outlook Springs, along with his self-publishing on his Magic cards website turnonemagic.com. In his free time he awaits death in Gloucester, MA.
Susanna Lang
published her third collection of poems, Travel Notes from the River Styx, with Terrapin Books in 2017. Tracing the Lines (2013) is available from Brick Road Poetry Press. Her poems have appeared in such journals as Little Star, december, and Verse Daily. She teaches in the Chicago Public Schools.
Hannah Larrabee

is the author of Wonder Tissue, winner of the 2018 Airlie Press Prize. Her chapbook Murmuration (Seven Kitchens Press) is part of the Robin Becker Series for LGBTQ poets. Hannah was selected by NASA to write about the James Webb Space Telescope. She holds an MFA from the University of New Hampshire. Nixes Mate published, Dear Teilhard for its Fly Cotton Chapbook Series.

Kyle Laws
is based out of the Arts Alliance Studios Community in Pueblo, CO. Recent collections include Faces of Fishing Creek (Middle Creek Publishing, 2018), So Bright to Blind (Five Oaks Press, 2015) and Wildwood (Lummox Press, 2014). She is the editor and publisher of Casa de Cinco Hermanas Press.
David Lawton

is the author of the poetry collection Sharp Blue Stream (Three Rooms Press), and serves as an editor for greatweatherforMEDIA. His work has appeared recently in Marsh Hawk Review, Heroin Love Songs, Maintenant 14 and the Pittsburgh anthology from Dostoyevsky Wannabe Cities. David also collaborates with poet Aimee Herman in the poemusic collective Hydrogen Junkbox.

Edward Lee
has published poetry, short stories, non-fiction and photography in magazines in Ireland, England and America, including The Stinging Fly, Skylight 47, Acumen and Smiths Knoll. His debut poetry collection Playing Poohsticks On Ha’Penny Bridge was published in 2010. He is currently working towards a second collection. edwardmlee.wordpress.com.
Deborah Leipziger

is a poet, author, and advisor on sustainability. Her chapbook, Flower Map, was published by Finishing Line Press. Born in Brazil, Ms. Leipziger is the author of several books on sustainability. Twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize, her poems have been published in literary magazines in five countries.

Lauren Leja
documents her daily commute with a photo, training her eye to seek out the tiny beauty in the netherworld between Point A and Point B. More of Lauren’s photos can be seen at InvisibleCommute.com. Lauren’s photo book is available from Blurb.com.
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Anne Hall Levine

studied poetry at Sarah Lawrence College. Her work is forthcoming or has appeared in Tikkun, Poetica Magazine, Voices Israel, Muddy River Poetry Review, and Main Street Rag. Anne lives on Cape Cod where she hosts The Anne Levine Show, a weekly radio talk show on WOMR-FM Provincetown.

Xiaoly Li
is a poet, photographer and former computer engineer who lives in Massachusetts. Her poetry is forthcoming or has recently appeared in Rhino, The Mantle, Big Windows Review, Up the River, The Writers Next Door – An Anthology of Poetry and Prose, and J Journal.
Taylor Liljegran

is a poet and educator based in the Greater Boston area. She released her first chapbook The Sessions: Lucy Ricardo Talks to Her Therapist in 2014. Her work is also included in the anthology Best Indie Lit New England: Vol. 2 (Black Key Press 2015). Nixes Mate published Slapstick: the Lucy Poems in 2018.

Nathan Lipps
lives in Binghamton, New York, where is he is currently a PhD candidate and teaches creative writing. His work has been published in the Best New Poets of 2017, BOAAT, Colorado Review, Third Coast, Typo, and elsewhere.
Kasy Long

is an Indiana-based freelance writer and editor. She serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Remington Review. Her work has previously been published in Constellate Literary Journal, Inside the Bell Jar, Glass Mountain, Oracle Fine Arts Review, The Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle, and elsewhere.

Kerry Loughman
has been published in the Muddy River Poetry Review and on MassPoetry.org now archived under “Poem of the Moment”, and (seems like) a long time ago in Seventeen magazine.
Richard Luftig
has published in numerous literary journals in the United States and internationally in Canada, Australia, Europe, and Asia. His latest book of poems will be forthcoming from Unsolicited Press in 2019. You can read more at Richard Luftig.

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