Let the Poet Speak! – Megan Wildhood

Love In The Injustice Age (published in the Fall Issue of Shantih Journal [Oct. 6, 2018]) is when you know someone so well you could be her scream. Tia and I, we have caught a glimpse of our extinction; we are hunting it down. We build peace with justice, Tia and I. She cracks jokes […]

Let the Poet Speak! – Carla Sarett

Carla Sarett: Carla’s novel, A Closet Feminist (Unsolicited Press), is available from major online retailers as well as the publisher. https://www.unsolicitedpress.com/store/p347/closetfeminist.html Carla’s novella, The Looking Glass (Propertius Press) is available in print from the publisher, and digitally from major retailers.   https://www.propertiuspress.com/our-bookstore/The-Looking-Glass-by-Carla-Sarett-p395402005 Carla’s debut poetry collection, She Has Visions, will be published in November by […]

Let the Poet Speak! – Susan Cummins Miller

Tucson writer Susan Cummins Miller, a former field geologist, paleontologist, and college instructor, has published six novels and an anthology containing the works of 34 women writers of the American frontier. Her writing, inspired by her life and work in the desert West, arises from the intersections of landscape, science, history, prehistory, and time. Two […]

Let the Poet Speak! – Stephanie Kendrick

Stephanie Kendrick is the author of Places We Feel Warm (Main Street Rag Publishing, 2021), editor of “Periodical Poetry.”, and co-host of Athens County’s Thursday Night Open Mic. Her poems have appeared in Sheila-Na-Gig Online, Gyroscope Review, Northern Appalachia Review, Poets Reading the News, Spill: The Journal and elsewhere. Visit her website to check out […]