The Passed Note Issue 1 June 2016 - Page 63

Julianne Palumbo’s poems, short stories, and essays have been published in numerous literary magazines and online journals. She is the author of Into Your Light (Flutter Press, 2013) and Announcing the Thaw (Finishing Line Press, 2014), poetry chapbooks about raising teenagers and the Founder/Editor of Mothers Always Write, an online literary magazine for mothers by mother writers.

Facebook: /JuliannePalumboAuthor // Twitter: @JuliannePalumbo

Kushal Poddar authored The Circus Came To My Island’(Spare Change Press, Ohio), A Place For Your Ghost Animals (Ripple Effect Publishing, Colorado Springs), and Understanding The Neighborhood (BRP, Australia). Facebook: /KushalTheWriter

Cara Sinicropi: 5'1. Reader. Writer. Coffee Drinker. Southern City Dweller. Midwestern Transplant. Dual Degree Holder (Creative Writing & International Relations). Italian Speaking Native American. Gluten-Free Fanatic. Fashion Fiend. Pool Shark. Eyebrow Enthusiast. Murakami Fan Girl. Feminist. Gym Junkie. Post-Post Modernism. Poet by Trade. Magical Realist by Happenstance. Asyndeton Advocate. Ampersand Exponent. Millennial Hustler. New School Journalist.

www.mirrorsandmimosas.com// Twitter: @csinicropi! // Instagram: @mirrorsandmimosas

Ian C. Williams is a poet and the recipient of the 2014 Florence Kahn Memorial Award from the National Federation of State Poetry Societies for his chapbook, House of Bones. His work has been published in The Altar Collective, Poemeleon, and Arsenic Lobster. He has recently begun an MFA in poetry at Oklahoma State University. Facebook: /iancwilliamsauthor //

Twitter: @ianwilliamspoet // Instagram: @iancwilliamspoet

Luke Emile Williams is a live-in caregiver who's studied Creative Writing at the University of Tennessee. His short stories have been in SWAMP SCRIBES, BOUND OFF, and DAY ONE. He teaches himself how to build coin-op arcade machines by night. Raised in Florida, he resides in Tennessee with his family and an army of pugs.

https://youcannotgraspthetrueform.wordpress.com

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