ISSUES | Contributing Authors
John Hales’s essays have appeared in the Hudson Review, Creative Nonfiction, Fourth Genre, The Georgia Review and elsewhere, and he’s the author of Shooting Polaris, from University of Missouri Press.
David Lawrence Morse
David Lawrence Morse grew up in south Georgia and has since lived in North Carolina; Washington, D.C.; and Iwakuni, Japan. He completed an MFA in fiction at the University of
Eleanor Lerman lives and writes in New York. She has published four books of poetry. A fifth collection, The Sensual World Re-Emerges, is forthcoming from Sarabande in 2010. Her short-story collection,The Blonde
Amin Ahmad was born in Calcutta, India, and now lives in Washington, DC. His work has appeared in the Harvard Review, the New England Review, Narrative, the Sun and Utne
Andrew Levy is Edna Cooper Chair in English at Butler University in Indianapolis, where he directs the Writer’s Studio and the MFA program in creative writing. He is the author
Jennifer Richter is a former Stegner Fellow and Jones Lecturer at Stanford University. For four years she led poetry workshops for recovering substance abusers at the Delancey Street Foundation in
Natalie Sears graduated from Barnard College in 2006 with a BA in Religion. Originally from Cleveland, she now lives in Manhattan and is pursuing an MA in Library Science at
Nathan Hogan is from western New York and earned his BA from Middlebury College. A recent graduate of Boston University’s MFA program in creative writing, he traveled to Greenland in
Patricia Foster is the author of All the Lost Girls, a memoir, and Just Beneath My Skin, a collection of essays, as well as the editor of Minding the Body
Sharman Apt Russell
Sharman Apt Russell has appeared a number of times in TMR and is widely published. Her book, Kill the Cowboy, appeared in 1994.