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Issue 4 - Contributors

Contributors to Issue 4, in the order in which they appear:

Scot Siegel contributed the front cover photograph and digital art.

Don Colburn contributed the original photographs used for digital art in the table of contents, welcome page, and back cover. Colburn's photographs are used with permission of MacDowell Colony.

Margaret Walther is a retired librarian and a past president of Columbine Poets, which promotes poetry in Colorado.  She won the Many Mountains Moving 2009 Poetry Contest.  Web del Sol selected two poems published at In Posse Review in 2010 for its e-SCENE Best of the Literary Journals.
David Chorlton was born in Austria, grew up in England, and spent several years in Vienna before moving to Phoenix in1978. He has several collections, but takes special pleasure in a very short poem that appears beside John Clare and others in BIRDS, an anthology from the British Museum.
Vivian Faith Prescott was born and raised in Wrangell, Alaska. She lives in Sitka and at the USCG Air Station-Borinquen in Puerto Rico. Vivian facilitates three different writers' groups for adults, teenagers and youth at the air station. Her digital poetry chapbook Slick is available online at White Knuckle Press.
Alarie Tennille is a Pushcart Prize nominee.   She serves on the Board of Directors of The Writers Place in Kansas City, Missouri.  Her chapbook, Spiraling into Control, is available on Amazon.com. Alarie’s poems have appeared in numerous journals, including Margie, Poetry East, ByLine Magazine, and The Little Balkans Review.
William Stratton currently lives and writes in Newmarket, NH, where he is pursuing an MFA at UNH. His poetry has appeared in The Cortland Review and is forthcoming in Pif Magazine and 2River.
Bette Lynch Husted's works include At This Distance: Poems (Wordcraft of Oregon 2010), After Fire (Pudding House 2002) and Above the Clearwater: Living on Stolen Land (OSU Press 2004). Above the Clearwater was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award and the WILLA Award in Creative Nonfiction. She lives in rural Oregon.
Lyn Lifshin has over 120 books and has edited 4 anthologies. Her recent books include: THE LICORICE DAUGHTER: MY YEAR WITH RUFFIAN, Texas Review Press, and ANOTHER WOMAN WHO LOOKS LIKE ME from Black Sparrow at Godine. Her web site is www.lynlifshin.com.
Caroline Misner is a graduate of Sheridan College of Applied Arts & Technology with a diploma in Media Arts Writing.  Her poems have appeared in Ideals magazine as well as Penwomanship, Quills, Leaf Press, Poetry Canada, The Litchfield Review, Perigee, Fresh Boiled Peanuts, SLAB, Other Voices, Prairie Journal  and The Aroostook Review. Her literary short stories appear in Rosebud, Prairie Journal, Challenging Destiny and The Windsor Review.
David Filer lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Marlene Anderson, who created and directs The Imani Project, an AIDS prevention and orphan support program in eastern Kenya. He has recent work in Third Wednesday, Slant and Red River Review, and has authored two chapbooks: Night Verse (Finishing Line Press 2005) and The Landscape There (Stone City Press 2009). 

Gary Beck’s original plays and translations of Moliere, Aristophanes and Sophocles have been produced Off Broadway and toured colleges and outdoor performance venues. He currently lives in New York City, where he's busy writing fiction and poetry, which have appeared in numerous literary magazines.
Lena Judith Drake is the editor-in-chief of Breadcrumb Scabs Magazine (www.breadcrumbscabs.com). For personal information, or her own poetry, visit her at lenajudith.sedentarygecko.com. 
Ann Tweedy has published in numerous journals, including Gertrude, Rattle, and Clackamas Literary Review. Her chapbook Beleaguered Oases, TcCreative Press, Los Angeles, was selected as a finalist for two chapbook awards: Blue Light Press' annual chapbook competition and Seven Kitchens Press' Robin Becker Chapbook Prize. Ann was born in Boston, grew up in Southeastern Massachusetts, and recently moved from Washington State to teach law in Michigan, where she resides with her family.
Susan Smith Nash examines poetics and the convergences of text, media, and culture in recent articles published in Press1, Golden Handcuffs Review, and World Literature Today. She functions as managing editor for Texture Press, and maintains an edublog, www.elearningqueen.com. Susan lives in Norman, Oklahoma.