Tuesday, July 15, 2014

July 15, 2014 (Free State Review Contributors)

Hemingway's Poetry Series
July 15, 2014

Barrett Warner's poems and stories have recently appeared in Yemassee, Gargoyle, Passager, Slipstream, Four Chambers, Espresso Ink, Pembroke Magazine, and elsewhere. He is the author of the chapbook "Til I'm Blue in the Face" (Tropos Press) and he has been a finalist at WWPH, Trio House, Black Lawrence, and University of Wisconsin book prizes. He manages An Otherwise Perfect Farm in Upperco, Maryland. He is associate editor of Free State Review.

As the sole writer and editor of a national Italian foods company and a professor at a local college—Meghan Tutolo is just doing her best to fit art in. When she isn't busy romancing spaghetti or grading papers, she can be found up all night with her paintings, her poems or her roommate's fat cat, Dexter. She graduated with her M.F.A. from Chatham University in 2009, and hasn't stopped writing. Meghan's work has appeared in Nerve Cowboy, The Oklahoma Review, Chiron Reviewand Arsenic Lobster with her first chapbook coming out in summer 2014 from Dancing Girl Press.

Scott Silsbe was born in Detroit and now lives in Pittsburgh where he sells books, plays in bands, watches local sports and edits The New Yinzer.  His work has appeared a number of places including Third Coast, Kitchen Sink, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Karen Lillis is the author of four novels, most recently, Watch the Doors As They Close (Spuyten Duyvil, 2012). She runs Small Press Pittsburgh, a pop up indie press bookstand. Her writing has appeared in Evergreen Review, Everyday Genius, Sensitive Skin Magazine, Free State Review,Toad Suck Review, and many more. She will appear in two anthologies in 2014: Wreckage of Reason Two (Spuyten Duyvil) and From Somewhere to Nowhere: The End of the American Dream(Autonomedia).

Jason Irwin grew up in Dunkirk, NY and now lives in Pittsburgh. His first collection of poetry, Watering the Dead, won the 2006/2007 Transcontinental Poetry Award and was published in 2008 by Pavement Saw Press. In 2005, his manuscript, "Some Days It's A Love Story," won the Slipstream Press Chapbook Prize, and his one-act play, Civilization, had its staged reading debut on April 24, 2010 at The Living Theatre, NYC.   In 2005, his manuscript, Some Days It's A Love Story won the Slipstream Press Chapbook Prize. His forthcoming chapbook “Where You Are” will be published by Night Ballet Press in 2014.  www.jasonirwin.blogspot.com

Joan E. Bauer is the author of The Almost Sound of Drowning (Main Street Rag, 2008). Her poetry has appeared in 5 AM, Cider Press Review, Italian Americana, Poet Lore, Quarterly West, US 1 Worksheets, among other journals, and in various anthologies, including Along These Rivers: Poetry and Photography from Pittsburgh (Quadrant), Come Together: Imagine Peace (Bottom Dog) and Voices from the Attic (Carlow University). Her poem, “Fig Season,” will appear in Beyond the Lyric Moment (Tebot Bach, 2014), an anthology honoring David St. John. Her second full-length book of poetry, Glass Blocks & Begonias, is forthcoming from Tebot Bach in 2015.

Jimmy Cvetic reads Trying Not to Remember What I'm Supposed to Forget

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