Glass Poetry Press

Volume Four Issue Two


Abigail Carroll's prose has appeared in The New York Times, Winterthur Portfolio, and The Journal of American Culture. Her poems have appeared in Grey Sparrow Journal, Numinous, and Flourish and are forthcoming in River Oak Review, Clapboard House, and The Innisfree Poetry Journal. She is currently authoring a popular history of the American meal for Basic Books and holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from Boston University. She lives in Winooski, Vermont. Antonia Clark works for a medical software company in Burlington, Vermont. She has taught poetry and fiction writing and is co-administrator of an online poetry forum, The Waters. Her poems and short stories have appeared in numerous print and electronic journals, including The 2River View, Anderbo, The Cortland Review, The Fox Chase Review, MiPOesias, The Missouri Review, The Pedestal Magazine, Rattle, and Softblow. She loves French food and wine, and plays French café music on a sparkly purple accordion. Sarah Creech currently teaches English and Creative Writing at Queens University of Charlotte. She received her MFA from McNeese State University, and her work is currently featured in storySouth. It has also appeared in Literary Mama, Aroostook Review, and as a finalist for Glimmer Train. She lives in Charlotte, NC, with her daughters and her husband, Morri Creech. Teneice Durrant Delgado is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Flame Above Flame (Finishing Line Press, 2006) and The Goldilocks Complex (RockSaw Press, 2009). Her most recent work is forthcoming from Right Hand Pointing. To distract herself from writing poetry, she edits poetry manuscripts for Blood Lotus, Winged City Press and New Sins Press, attends AWP nearly religiously, accumulates Master's Degrees and gives birth. John Dorsey currently resides in Toledo, Ohio. He is the author of several collections of poetry, including Teaching the Dead to Sing: The Outlaw's Prayer (Rose of Sharon Press, 2006), and Sodomy is a City in New Jersey (American Mettle Books, 2010). His work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Stacia M. Fleegal is the author of Versus (BlazeVOX, 2011), Anatomy of a Shape-Shifter (WordTech, 2010), and two chapbooks. Poems have recently been nominated for Best of the Net and Pushcart, and have appeared or are forthcoming in North American Review, Mud Luscious, Fourth River, decomP, Anthills, and the anthology Poetry City, USA, vol. II. She is co-founder and co-editor of Blood Lotus. Marcus Jackson was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. His poetry has appeared in The New Yorker, Harvard Review, and The Cincinnati Review, among many other publications. He has received fellowships from New York University and Cave Canem. His first full-length collection of poems, entitled Neighborhood Register, was recently released. He teaches at Middle Tennessee State University. Sandra S. McRae, a former Fulbright scholar with an M.A. from the University of Colorado, teaches at Red Rocks Community College near Denver. Her work appears in many print and online publications, including Steam Ticket, Mad Blood, Poets Against War, Word Riot, and Pure Francis. She is the co-author of the bestselling cookbook Weber's Big Book of Grilling (Chronicle). Ever the consummate narrator, Sandra is a firm believer in the drop cap. Learn more at Christopher Lee Miles says, "My work has appeared in Connecticut Review, Eclipse, and Atlanta Review. I live in Alaska.' George Moore's fourth collection of poems, Children's Drawings of the Universe, will be published by Salmon Poetry Ltd. in 2012. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Poetry, Antigonish Review, Dublin Quarterly, North American Review, Colorado Review, and Blast. Nominated in the last year for Pushcart Prizes, Best of Web and Best of the Net awards, The Rhysling Poetry Award and the Wolfson Poetry Prize, Moore teaches at the University of Colorado, Boulder. James Owens has published two collections of poems: An Hour is the Doorway (Black Lawrence Press) and Frost Lights a Thin Flame (Mayapple Press). He lives in New Carlisle, Ind., and teaches at Purdue North Central University. Jessica Patapoff says, "I'm a recent graduate of Cal State Long Beach's MFA program in poetry. I have a full time job in international sales and hope to teach poetry at the college level someday. I love to travel and one of my biggest goals in life is to visit all seven continents … only three more to go! My work has appeared in Pop Art: An Anthology of Southern California Poets and Verdad. Although I live in Long Beach, CA I consider myself a Roman at heart." Nathan Pillman is a graduate student in Iowa State University's Creative Writing and Environment program — a 3-year MFA program emphasizing the complexities of place and the natural world. He has published work in Sketch and Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment. Michael Sandler has other new work appearing in Moment Magazine, Ducts, The Griffin, The Puritan, The Chaffin Journal, Peregrine, Diverse Voices Quarterly, California Quarterly, Natural Bridge, and Ship of Fools. He also works as an arbitrator in Mercer Island, Washington. Laura Sobbott Ross says, "My poetry appears or is forthcoming in The Valparaiso Review, Florida Review, Calyx, Columbia Review, Natural Bridge, Tar River Poetry, and Cold Mountain Review, among many others. I have been nominated twice for a Pushcart Prize, a Best of the Web 2011, as a finalist in the Creekwalker Poetry Prize, and an Honorable Mention in the 2011 Thomas Merton Poetry of the Sacred Contest. My chapbook, A Tiny Hunger, won the 2011 Chapbook Competition for Yellow Jacket Press." Bill Shelton teaches Spanish and English at Bethel University in McKenzie, Tennessee. He also plays bass for the band Nightfish and lives in Murray, Kentucky, with his wife and two sons.