The 2River View 17.2 (Winter 2013)


Sally Van Doren is the author of Possessive (LSU Press 2012). Sex at Noon Taxes (LSU Press 2008) received the Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets. She is a curator for the St. Louis Poetry Center. website contact

Susan Alkaitis holds an MFA in dance from the University of Utah and currently lives in Colorado. Her poems have recently appeared inn Glass: A Journal of Poetry, and Slow Trains. contact

Roy Bentley holds awards from the NEA and the Ohio Arts Council. His most recent book, Starlight Taxi, winner of the 2012 Blue Lynx Prize, will appear in 2013. websitecontact

Elizabeth Crowell is a poet and high school English teacher and department chair in a suburb of Boston. Her poems are published or forthcoming in Adirondack Review, The Bellingham Review, Hollins Critic, Poetlore, and Salamander. contact

Renee Emerson teaches poetry at Shorter University. She has recently published here at 2River and in 32 poems, Indiana Review, and Stirring. The most recent of her three chapbooks is Where Nothing Can Grow (Batcat Press). contact

Susan J. Erickson helped to establish the Sue C. Boyton Poetry Walk in Bellingham, Washington. Her poems have appeared recently in Crab Creek Review, Floating Bridge Review, Knockout Literary Review, The Lyric, and Switched-on-Gutenberg. website contact

John C. Hall is, until now, a previously unpublished writer living in Port Hueneme, California, where he is a student majoring in journalism and creative writing. contact

J. Rodney Karr holds an MFA for the University of Arkansas. His poems have been published in Hayden's Ferry Review, Iowa Review, and, most recently, dirtcakes. He currently lives in Denmark. contact

Angie Macri hails from southern Illinois. Her recent work appears in Natural Bridge and Tar River Poetry, and Terrain. An Arkansas Arts Council fellow, she teaches in Little Rock. contact

Mary Orovan is the author of Green Rain (Poets Wear Prada 2008). Her work appears in Plainsongs, Poetry East, and The Seventh Quarry (Wales). She lives in New York City. contact

Laurelyn Whitt has poems in Nimrod International, Tampa Review, and Rattle. Her first book, Interstices, won the Holland Prize. Her new book Tether is forthcoming from Seraphim Editions. She lives in Minnedosa, Manitoba. contact

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