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Noah Davis

Noah Davis grew up in Tipton, Pennsylvania, and writes about the Allegheny Front. Davis’s manuscript Of This River was selected by George Ella Lyon for the 2019 Wheelbarrow Emerging Poet Book Contest from Michigan State University’s Center for Poetry, and his poems and prose have appeare Read More...

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Nicholas Dighiera

Nick is a meat machine that is animated by electrical signals that originated from a fat computer that, subsequently, received its guidance from a melange of powerful chemicals necessary for survival amongst mammoths and short-faced bears. He is pretty sure he is real; his preferred piece of pl Read More...

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Molly Gallentine

Molly Gallentine’s nonfiction has appeared in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Fourth Genre, and The Normal School, and is forthcoming in The New England Review. Her work can also be found in The Pushcart Prize Anthology XLIII. Gallentine grew up in Iowa and now resides in New Jer Read More...

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Susan H. Greenberg

Susan H. Greenberg is a journalist and essayist who teaches writing at Middlebury College. She spent 22 years at Newsweek magazine, and has also written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Atlantic, among others. She is currently working on a book about cannabis and mental health. S Read More...

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Stephen D. Gutierrez

Stephen D. Gutierrez is the author of Live from Fresno y Los, which won an American Book Award, and The Mexican Man in His Backyard. His nonfiction has previously appeared in River Teeth, as well as in Fourth Genre, Alaska Quarterly Review, Waccamaw: A Journal of Contemporary Literature, Catamaran L Read More...

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Sean Ironman

Sean Ironman’s nonfiction and comics have appeared in Fourth Genre, Redivider, Nashville Review, and Salt Hill, among others. He earned his MFA at the University of Central Florida, and he is currently a PhD candidate in creative nonfiction at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He is re Read More...

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Lawrence Lenhart

Lawrence Lenhart studied writing at the University of Pittsburgh and holds an MFA from the University of Arizona. He is the author of The Well-Stocked and Gilded Cage (Outpost19), Of No Ground: Small Island/Big Ocean Contingencies (West Virginia University Press), and a book-length essay about the r Read More...

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Beth Ann Miller

Beth Ann Miller is an Assistant Professor in Humanities at New England College and Guest Fiction Editor at the Saranac Review. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared in journals such as The Normal School, PANK, and The Northern New England Review. Her stories are often influenced by her s Read More...

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Jan Shoemaker

Jan Shoemaker is the author of the essay collection, Flesh and Stones: Field Notes from a Finite World, and the poetry collection, The Reliquary Earth. Her work has been anthologized, featured on public radio, and has appeared in many magazines and journals. She lives in Michigan. Read More...

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Laurie Uttich

Laurie Uttich’s prose and poetry have been published in Fourth Genre, Creative Nonfiction, Rattle, The Missouri Review, Superstition Review, Sweet, and others. One of her essays was previously published in River Teeth and is included in the River Teeth at 20 anthology. She teaches creativ Read More...

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Leonard Winograd

You can find Leonard Winograd’s work nowhere. He’s the author of no books and while he’s written plays, none has ever been professionally performed. This is his first published work! He taught English and Lit at the Community College of Denver for over 30 years and retired with no Read More...

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Editor's Notes 21.1

The other day I had occasion to drive through a town named Red Haw, just a few miles from my home in rural Ohio. I live in a small community, but it’s a booming metropolis compared to Red Haw, a town of Trump re-election signs, a smattering of houses, a few barns, and a Methodist church. Red H Read More...
Author: Joe Mackall
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