Kathy Kremins

Evening Edges

 

Kathy Kremins

Kathy Kremins (she/her) is a retired New Jersey public school teacher and coach, adjunct professor, poet, photographer, and author. Her poetry chapbook, “Undressing the World,” was published by Finishing Line Press (2022). Kathy’s poetry appears in Gallery Affero’s ongoing Poem Booth Project: Make Me Want to Holler, Drunk Monkeys, Digging Through the Fat, Limp Wrist Magazine, Platform Review, Paterson Literary Review, Soup Can Magazine, The Night Heron Barks, Stay Salty; Life in the Garden State Anthology, Stillwater Review, Lavender Review, Divine Feminist: An Anthology of Poetry & Art By Womxn and Non-Binary Folx, and other publications. 2022 art exhibits including her photography were “Revival: Post-Pandemic Visions” and “Say Gay: Art As Queer Activism” at the 1978 Maplewood Arts Center.

Melissa Goodnight

Growth

 

Strike

 

Melissa Goodnight

Melissa’s work has appeared in Mud Season Review, Lunch Ticket, and Litro among others. She earned her BA from Missouri State University, her MA in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and her MFA from Mississippi University for Women. She lives in Atlanta.

Jean Wolff

YellowHorizonPtg

 

Jean Wolff

Jean Wolff has had group and solo exhibits in various galleries in New York City and internationally. In addition, she has published 129 works in 84 issues of 55 magazines. Born in Detroit, Michigan, she studied fine arts at the Center for Creative Studies in Detroit and at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, receiving a BFA in studio arts. She then attended Hunter College, CUNY in New York, graduating with an MFA in painting and printmaking. She is now part of the artistic community of Westbeth in Manhattan.

Jim Ross

Barn en Route to Loweville

Jim Ross

Jim Ross jumped into creative pursuits in 2015 after a rewarding career in public health research. With graduate degree from Howard University, in seven years he’s published nonfiction, fiction, poetry, photography, hybrid, and plays in over 175 journals and anthologies on five continents. Photo publications include Bombay Gin, Burningword, Camas, Columbia Journal, Feral, Stoneboat, and Stonecoast. Photo essays include Barren, Kestrel, Ilanot Review, New World Writing, Sweet, and Typehouse. Jim and his wife—parents of two hard-working nurses and grandparents of five little ones—split their time between city and mountains.

K.L. Johnston

What the Black Bird Says 

K.L. Johnston

K.L. Johnston’s images first appeared in 2014 in South Carolina ETV’s in-house magazine “Scene”. Since then, her photos have appeared in literary magazines such as Camas, Wild Roof Journal, and Tiny Seed as well as travel journals and online galleries. She is a self-taught and nonacademic artist, and her camera goes with her wherever she goes. Now happily retired from a career as an art and antiques dealer, she is passionate about the outdoors, a good cup of hot tea, and 85% dark chocolate.

Connor Doyle

Hole

 

Connor Doyle

Connor Doyle is a photographer and filmmaker based in the Chicagoland area. Using a number of analog film formats, Doyle’s work focuses on the idiosyncratic details of daily life in Northern Illinois, specifically his native Wheaton, IL. Though often trivial, his subjects capture the formal beauty and potency of these everyday sites, urging his viewers to reflect on the significance of their lived experiences. Connor’s work has been published in the Hole In The Head Review, Humana Obscura, the Parliament Literary Journal, and Burningword Literary Journal. You can visit his website at https://connordoylephotographyfilmmaker.cargo.site/

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