This is week 20, which starts on May 20th, and you all know the drill by know. Every week, we’re featuring five authors, artists, and poets whose work graces the first 20 issues of our magazine. 20 must be our lucky number … wouldn’t you know it, even Issue 20 is on sale this week!
20th – 24th May 2019
Monday: Karlo Yeager, Issue 4
Karlo Yeager was born and raised in Puerto Rico and now lives in Baltimore. He strives to explore themes such as being part of several cultures, but not belonging to any. When not answering questions like, “Why Baltimore?” he volunteers with the Baltimore Science Fiction Society.
Tuesday: Kate Austin, Issue 6
Kate Austin is a poet, a novelist, a short story writer, an editor, an acquisitions editor, a paralegal, an occasional teacher (both of paralegals and of writers), an avid movie goer, a reader of a book a day, a good friend, and busy!
Wednesday: Katie Vautour, Issue 12
Katie Vautour is a visual artist and writer published in a variety of literary journals, and though she dabbles in all genres (including fiction, non-fiction, and playwriting), her main focus is poetry. She is also the director of the Piper’s Frith Writing Retreat. Katie graduated from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University with majors in Filmmaking, Painting, Drawing and Art History. She has participated in residencies in Oaxaca, Mexico, New Brunswick, and the Banff Centre. She exhibits her mixed-media work, paintings, and drawings throughout Atlantic Canada, and gladly repurposes offered used materials into art. She lives in St. John’s.
kc dyer is the author of seven books for teens and adults. Her most recent title, a romantic comedy from Berkley Books, is the internationally best-selling Finding Fraser. kc resides in the wilds of British Columbia in the company of an assortment of mammals, some of them human. She likes to walk in the woods and write books.
Friday: Kelli Allen, Issue 17 & 20
Kelli Allen’s work has appeared in numerous journals in the US and internationally. She is Poetry Editor for The Lindenwood Review and directs River Styx’s Hungry Young Poets series. Her chapbook, Some Animals, won the 2016 Etchings Press Prize. Her chapbook, How We Disappear, won the 2016 Damfino Press chapbook award. Her full-length poetry collection, Otherwise, Soft White Ash, arrived from John Gosslee Books in 2012 and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Her third full length poetry collection, Banjo’s Inside Coyote is now available through C&R Press.