Donal Mahoney - Poet

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Donal Mahoney, a native of Chicago, lives in St. Louis, MO. He has worked as an editor for The Chicago Sun-Times, Loyola University Press and Washington University in St. Louis. He has had poems published in or accepted by The Wisconsin Review, The Kansas Quarterly, The South Carolina Review, The Beloit Poetry Journal, Commonweal, Public Republic (Bulgaria), Gloom Cupboard (U.K.), Revival (Ireland), The Istanbul Literary Review (Turkey), Black-Listed Magazine, Opium 2.0, Calliope Nerve, Haggard and Halloo, Rusty Truck, Pirene’s Fountain (Australia) and other publications.

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THE GRAVEDIGGER’S SON, DONAL MAHONEY 

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Lisa McIvor

Lisa McIvor holds an MFA from Goddard College and an MA in Transformative Language Arts from Goddard College.   Her work is tinged with memory, yet conveys that rare mindfulness of life that resides in great measure solely with poets.   She shares vivid images of both interior and exterior landscapes to open our senses to the world and ourselves, inside our own bodies. 

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Mitchell Krockmalnik Grabois

Mitchell Krockmalnik Grabois’ poems and fictions have appeared in hundreds of literary magazines in the U.S. and abroad. He is a regular contributor to The Prague Revue and has been thrice nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His novel, Two-Headed Dog, based on his work as a clinical psychologist in a state hospital, is available as an e-book or in print.

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Christopher Hivner

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Christopher Hivner writes from a small town in Pennsylvania surrounded by books and the echoes of music. He is neither famous nor infamous, goes by Chris but will answer to Christopher, Ragnar and depending on his mood, “hey you”.  He has recently been published in The Siren’s Call, Driftwood Bay, Kalkion, Dead Snakes, The Camel Saloon and Underground Voices. A collection of short horror stories, “The Spaces Between Your Screams” was published in 2008. A chapbook of poetry, “The Silence Brushes My Cheek Like Glass” was published by Scars Publications and can be read for free at scars.tv

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