|The 2River View||23.3 (Spring 2019)|
KD Miller lives in New York City. The poem here in 2RV is her first publication.
Taylor Altman lives in San Francisco, where she practices law. Her poems have appeared in Blackbird, Notre Dame Review, Salamander, and other journals. Her first poetry collection, Swimming Back, was published in 2008.
Lauren Davis is the author of Each Wild Thing’s Consent (Poetry Wolf Press). She holds an MFA from the Bennington Writing Seminars, and her poetry can be found in Prairie Schooner, Lunch Ticket, and Spillway. website
Tina Quinn Durham lives in La Frontera—the literal and metaphorical Borderland between the United States and Mexico. She received her MFA in Creative Writing, Poetry, from the Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. website
Bern Mulvey lives in Micronesia. His first book, The Fat Sheep Everyone Wants, won the 2007 Cleveland State University Poetry Center Prize; and his second book, Deep Snow Country, won the 2013 FIELD Poetry Prize.
Mary Sun is a neurodivergent medical student whose work explores abuse, identity, and connection. She has work forthcoming in publications such as Wide Eyes Press and The Write Launch. Previously, she built software and worked in finance.
Jeremy Voigt lives in western Washington. His poems have appeared in Fifth Wednesday Journal, Gulf Coast, and other magazines. His manuscript, Estuary, has been a semi-finalist for the Dorset Prize, The Crab Orchard first book prize, and the Miller Williams prize. websiteJohn Whalen is the author of Caliban (Northwest Emerging Poets Series, Lost Horse Press) and Above the Pear Trees, which won the 2014 Floating Bridge Press chapbook contest. His work has appeared in CutBank, EPOCH, The Gettysburg Review, Verse Daily, and VQR.
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