ISSUES | Contributing Authors
Jack Hand teaches at Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri. His poems have appeared in numerous magazines including Massachusetts Review, Kansas Quarterly, and Three Rivers Poetry Journal. 
Ginger Bingham is originally from Columbus, Georgia, where she has recently completed a Master of Arts in creative writing. 
Seymour Krim is a widely published essayist. 
John Sigda is an environmental engineer working for the Peace Corps in Kenya. 
Ken’s poetry has appeared in many literary magazines, such as Ploughshares, New Letters, and Partisan Review. He has published two books of poetry and edited three anthologies of poetry for children.
Perri Klass is a pediatrician whose books include Baby Doctor and Other Women’s Children. 
Peter Baida is the first prize winner in the 1999 O. Henry Awards for short fiction. 
David O. Selznick
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Nic Pizzolatto was born in New Orleans and raised on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast. He is currently a Walton fellow at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. His work has appeared
Brian Bartels was raised in the small town of Reedsburg, Wisconsin, but currently lives in New York. He is writing a creative nonfiction book on music and America. A novel