ISSUES | Contributing Authors
Antonia Clark is a medical and science writer. “Family History” is her first published short story. 
Morri Creech is the author of three collections of poetry, the most recent of which, The Sleep of Reason (Waywiser, 2013), was a finalist for the 2014 Pulitzer Prize. A
Roger Weingarten has published Shadow Shadow (David Godine) and co-edited New American Poets of the 80s. 
Timothy Bascom has published essays in Image: A Journal of the Arts and Religion, The Other Side, and the in-flight magazine of China Airlines (Dynasty). He is the author of the novel Squatters’
Richard W. Tillinghast’s seven books of poetry include, most recently, The Stonecutter’s Hand and Today in the Cafe Trieste. He is also the author of Robert Lowell’s Life and Work:
Henry Taylor won the 1986 Pulitzer Prize for his collection The Flying Change. 
Gillian Conoley is the recipient of several Pushcart Prizes and the Jerome J. Shestack Award from The American Poetry Review. She is the author of four poetry collections, including the
John Brehm is the author of Sea of Faith, which won the 2004 Brittingham Prize from The University of Wisconsin Press, and of a chapbook, The Way Water Moves, from Flume Press.
Joanna Luloff received her MFA in 2001 from Emerson College, where she taught literature, composition and creative writing for five years. Currently she lives in Norwich, England. “Let Them Ask”
Cathryn Hankla has published poems in Quarterly West and the New Jersey Poetry Review. Her first book of poems, Phenomena, was published by the University of Missouri Press.