|The 2River View||21.4 (Summer 2017)|
Sidney Thompson has work in journals such as American Literary Review, The Carolina Quarterly, The Cortland Review, Rhino, and The Southern Review, with other poems forthcoming in Flock and The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume VIII: Texas. He lives in Fort Worth, where he teaches creative writing at Texas Christian University.
Brent Canle is completing his MFA at the University of North Carolina—Wilmington. His poetry has appeared in Best Poems, Poesy, Sweet: A Literary Confection, and elsewhere.
SAS Dunn holds a BS in Natural Resources from Cornell University and a MS in environmental communications from SUNY—ESF. Her poetry has appeared in The Perch, Rio Grande Review, and Straylight Literary Magazine. She lives on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Edward Harkness is author of Saying the Necessary and Beautiful Passing Lives, both from Pleasure Boat Studio Press. His most recent chapbook, Ice Children, was published by Split Lip Press in 2014. He lives in Shoreline, Washington.
Steven Huff is the author of two books of poetry, most recently More Daring Escapes; of a forthcoming story collection, It Just So Happened; and editor of Knowing Knott: Essays on an American Poet. He teaches in the Solstice Low-Residency MFA Program at Pine Manor College and lives in Rochester, New York.
Marcela Sulak is the author of Decency and Immigrant and co-editor of Family Resemblance: An Anthology and Exploration of 8 Hybrid Literary Genres. Twenty Girls to Envy Me. The Selected Poems of Orit Gidali was longlisted for the 2017 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation. website
Adin Thayer grew up in Virginia mountains and for the last 16 years has been working in Rwanda and neighboring countries in Africa. The experiences and people she has encountered through that work also inform and inhabit her poetry.
from Beach Studies 2014 by Sally West
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