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CONTRIBUTORS
Geoffrey Anderson unveils the secrets of " there ", " their ", and " they ' re " to foreigners in Columbus , OH . His work is forthcoming or appears in Red Eft Review , Cider Press Review , and Wherewithal , among others .
Pat Anthony writes from the rural Midwest , anchored by nature and place . Most of her work is in response to an event or moment that merits framing in words . She has work published or forthcoming in Waterways , Penwood Review , Plainsongs , Avocet and Nature Writing , among others .
When she isn ’ t teaching the abundant virtues of the comma and writing poetry about big hair and Elvis , Kim Baker works to end violence against women and end hunger . A poet , playwright , photographer , and NPR essayist , Kim publishes and edits Word Soup , an online poetry journal that donates 100 % of submission fees to food banks . Kim ’ s chapbook of poetry , Under the Influence : Musings about Poems and Paintings , is now available from Finishing Line Press . Kim is currently working on a book of ekphrasis poems about the stories and portrayals of women in the paintings of female artists .
Ann Bracken is the author of two collections of poetry , No Barking in the Hallways : Poems from the Classroom ( 2016 ) and The Altar of Innocence ( 2015 ), both published by New Academia Publishing . Her writing has appeared in several anthologies and journals , and her poem , “ Mrs . S ” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize . Ann is a contributing editor for Little Patuxent Review and leads workshops for creativity conferences , adult education programs , and local prisons . Ann lives in Columbia , Maryland .

Lucian Carter lives in Toronto .
Lee Chilcote ’ s poetry has been published in Great Lakes Review , Oyez Review , Steam Ticket , PacificREVIEW , Kaws Mouth and other publications . His essays have been published in Out of Line , Muse , Riverwind , Whiskey Island , Belt and the books Rust Belt Chic : The Cleveland Anthology and Cleveland in Prose and Poetry . He has written for Vanity Fair , Agence France Press , Yahoo . com , Land and People , Home Energy , Belt , Cleveland Magazine and other publications . Lee completed an M . A . in English and Creative Nonfiction Writing from Cleveland State University in 2002 , where he was awarded the Leonard Trawick Creative Writing Prize for nonfiction writing .
Jennifer Clark is the author of the full-length poetry collection , Necessary Clearings ( Shabda Press ). “ Petition # 21485637 ” and “ Micajah “ Cajoe ” Phillips , 1736 ? -1861 ,” published in this issue of Gyroscope Review , are part of her second poetry collection , Johnny Appleseed : The Slice and Times of John Chapman , forthcoming from Shabda Press . Her work has been published in failbetter , The Nassau Review , Amsterdam Quarterly , The 3288 Review , Flyway , and Ecotone ,
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CONTRIBUTORS Geoffrey Anderson unveils the secrets of "there", "their", and "they're" to foreigners in Columbus, OH. His work is forthcoming or appears in Red Eft Review, Cider Press Review, and Wherewithal, among others. Pat Anthony writes from the rural Midwest, anchored by nature and place. Most of her work is in response to an event or moment that merits framing in words. She has work published or forthcoming in Waterways, Penwood Review, Plainsongs, Avocet and Nature Writing, among others. When she isn’t teaching the abundant virtues of the comma and writing poetry about big hair and Elvis, Kim Baker works to end violence against women and end hunger. A poet, playwright, photographer, and NPR essayist, Kim publishes and edits Word Soup, an online poetry journal that donates 100% of submission fees to food banks. Kim’s chapbook of poetry, Under the Influence: Musings about Poems and Paintings, is now available from Finishing Line Press. Kim is currently working on a book of ekphrasis poems about the stories and portrayals of women in the paintings of female artists. Ann Bracken is the author of two collections of poetry, No Barking in the Hallways: Poems from the Classroom (2016) and The Altar of Innocence (2015), both published by New Academia Publishing. Her writing has appeared in several anthologies and journals, and her poem, “Mrs. S” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Ann is a contributing editor for Little Patuxent Review and leads workshops for creativity conferences, adult education pro w&2B6&62ƗfW26V&'B( V66'FW"ƗfW2F&FVR66F^( 2WG'2&VVV&Ɨ6VBw&VBW2&WfWrW&WfWr7FVF6WB6f5$UdUrw2WFBFW"V&Ɩ6F22W762fR&VVV&Ɨ6VBWB`ƖRW6R&fW'vBv6W6B&VBBFR&2'W7B&VB63FR6WfV@FwB6WfVB&6RBWG'R2w&GFVf"fGf"vV6Rg&6P&W726BBVRRVW&w&VB6WfVBvRBFW V&Ɩ6F2VR6WFVBVvƗ6B7&VFfRf7Fw&Frg&6WfV@7FFRVfW'6G#"vW&RRv2v&FVBFRV&BG&v67&VFfRw&Fr&Rf f7Fw&FrदVfW"6&2FRWF"bFRgVVwFWG'6V7FV6W76'6V&w26&F&W72( WFF3#CSc3~( B( ֖6( 6^( Ɨ2s3cc( V&Ɨ6VBF077VRbw&66R&WfWr&R'BbW"6V6BWG'6V7FW6VVCFP6Ɩ6RBFW2b6f'F6֖rg&6&F&W72W"v&2&VVV&Ɨ6V@f&WGFW"FR76R&WfWr7FW&FV'FW&ǒFR3#&WfWrfǗvBV6FRw&66R&WfWrb@vRR@