dogs. Beth Konkoski's poetry and fiction have appeared in a number of journals including: Saranac Review, The Potomac Review, Mid-American Review and New Delta Review. She has been nominated for a Best of the Net award and a Pushcart Prize. She teaches high school English in Virginia where she lives with her husband and two children. Sandra Lindow is the longest serving Regional Vice President in the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets. She has seven books of poetry. She lives in Menomonie, Wisconsin and teaches part-time at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. A story by Karen Loeb won a 2014 Editor’s Choice award in the Raymond Carver Short Story Contest. Another story won first place in the 2014 Wisconsin People and Ideas Fiction Contest. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in Hanging Loose, Thema, The Main Street Rag, Bloodroot, New Ohio Review and other magazines. Poems are forthcoming in The Cape Rock and Allegro Poetry. Jayne Marek’s poetry and art photos have appeared in publications such as New Mexico Review, Blast Furnace, Gravel, Lantern Journal, Siren, Spillway, Driftwood Bay, Tipton Poetry Journal, Flying Island, Isthmus, and Windless Orchard and in several anthologies; she is a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee. She published a chapbook with Finishing Line Press (2013) and coauthored book of poems from Chatter House Press (2013). Kathleen McClung, author of Almost the Rowboat, has poems in Mezzo Cammin, Unsplendid, Atlanta Review, Ekphrasis, West Trestle Review, Raising Lilly Ledbetter: Women Poets Occupy the Workspace, and elsewhere. Winner of the Rita Dove Prize and two-time finalist for the Morton Marr Prize, McClung judges sonnets for the Soul-Making Keats literary competition and reviews books for the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing. She teaches at Skyline College and the Writing Salon and lives in San Francisco. www.kathleenmcclung.com Beth McDonough first trained in Silversmithing at Glasgow School of Art. She finds poems whilst swimming in lochs and rivers, foraging and riddling with Anglo Saxons. Often writing of a maternal experience of disability, she is currently Writer in Residence at Dundee Contemporary Arts. Her work may be read in many places including Gutter, The Interpreter’s House and Antiphon, and Handfast, her poetry duet pamphlet (with Ruth Aylett) is to be published in May 2016. Tom Montag is most recently the author of In This Place: Selected Poems 1982-2013. He is a contributing writer at Verse-Virtual. In 2015 he was the featured poet at Atticus Review (April) and Contemporary American Voices (August), with other poems at Hamilton Stone Review, The Homestead Review, Little Patuxent Review, Mud Season Review, Poetry Quarterly, Provo Canyon Review, Third Wednesday, and elsewhere. Gyroscope Review - page 58 !