The 2River View 19.1 (Fall 2014)

About the Authors

S. L. Alderton lives in Colorado. Her poetry appeared in the Fall 2012 issue of 2River View, Enchanted Conversation, and paperscissors.

Jose Angel Araguz is the author of the chapbook Corpus Christi Octaves. He is presently pursuing a PhD at the University of Cincinnati, where he is a CantoMundo Fellow. blog

Philip Belcher has had poems and critical prose in a variety of journals, including Fugue, Shenandoah, and The Southeast Review. He is an Advisory and Contributing Editor for Shenandoah.

Grant Clauser is the author of two books: The Trouble with Rivers and Necessary Myths. His poems have appeared in The American Poetry Review, Cortland Review, Mason's Road, and elsewhere. blog

Heather Derr-Smith is the author of Each End of the World and The Bride Minaret. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and lives in Des Moines, Iowa. website

Howie Good is the author of The Complete Absence of Twilight. Other forthcoming books include Fugitive Pieces and Buddha & Co.

Robert W. King recently won the Grayson Books Chapbook Competition. Old Man Laughing was a finalist for the 2008 Colorado Book Award in Poetry. Some of These Days appeared in 2013 from Conundrum Press. King lives in Greeley, Colorado. website

John McKernan has published poems in The Atlantic Monthly, Antioch Review, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, and elsewhere. He lives mostly in West Virginia, where he edits ABZ Press.

Marlene Muller lives and teaches in Seattle, Washington. Her work has appeared in Cistercian Studies Quarterly Commonweal, Whether Magazine, and Pontoon: An Anthology of Washington State Poets.

Lynne Potts won the National Poetry Review Press MS award in 2012. Her second book is forthcoming in 2015 from the same press. Her poems have appeared in Paris Review, Southern Humanities Review, Southern Poetry Review, and elsewhere. Potts is Poetry Editor at AGNI. website

Teresa Sutton is a poet and a teacher with two grown children. In addition to her chapbook, They're Gone, her work appears in numerous literary journals including Fourteen Hills , Solstice, and Stone Canoe. website

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Rebecca Meredith resides in the California Bay Area. Her work is found in children’s books, magazine content, surface pattern designs, licensed content, and in private gallery and corporate fine art collections. website