|The 2River View||23.1 (Fall 2018)|
New Poems by
Maggie Hess has been a Research Assistant for Contemplative Writing since graduating from Beara College in 2012.
Erin Carlyle is the assistant poetry editor at Mid-American Review and an MFA candidate at Bowling Green State University. Her work has appeared in journals such as Dream Pop Press and Driftwood Press, and she is the author of a chapbook from Dancing Girl Press.
Clare Chu has published twelve books and numerous academic articles on Asian art. She collaborates with Hong Kong-based calligraphic and landscape painter Hugh Moss to challenge traditional media boundaries.
Mark Conway’s third book of poetry, rivers of the driftless region, will be published by Four Way Books in April of 2019. His work has appeared in American Poetry Review, Boston Review, Kenyon Review Online, The Paris Review, Ploughshares, and Slate. He lives in rural Minnesota.
Caitlin Ferguson holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Rutgers University—Newark. Her work is forthcoming from Tar River Poetry and can be seen on Toe Good Poetry.
Sandra Kolankiewicz has appeared most recently in Adelaide, London Magazine, and New World Writing. Her chapbooks include Turning Inside Out (Black Lawrence Press) and The Way You Will Go and Lost in Transition, both from Finishing Line Press.
Mark Prudowsky is a retired contractor who now teaches in a community college construction program. He is a graduate of the Warren Wilson MFA program for writers.
Jill Roberts is a high school senior at the Branson School in San Francisco. Her work has appeared in Blotterature Literary Magazine.
Jonathan Scruggs grew up in South Carolina and Vermont. After receiving his Master’s in Philosophy from Boston College, he moved to Waco, Texas, where he works as a librarian, poet, and fiction writer.Rebecca A. Spears is the author of The Bright Obvious (Finishing Line). Her work is published in Barrow Street, Calyx, TriQuarterly, Verse Daily, and elsewhere.
from Sonora © 2018 by Richard Long
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