Devaki. S is a writer, aspiring author and literature enthusiast living in Mumbai, India. She enjoys spinning short-stories and rainy days. Photography by Michael R. Pitter
Poet, researcher in narratological complexity, and financial journalist Oisín Breen’s debut collection was published in Mar. 2020 by Hybrid Press. Breen, 36, is published in the Blue Nib, Books Ireland, the Seattle Star, Modern Literature, the New English Review, La Piccioletta Barca, the Bosphorus Review of Books, Disquiet, Universe, Mono, and Dreich. Photography by P. M. Chatelain
Jana Harris teaches creative writing at the University of Washington and at the Writer’s Workshop in Seattle. She is editor and founder of Switched-on Gutenberg. Her most recent publications are You Haven’t Asked About My Wedding or What I Wore; Poems of Courtship on the American Frontier (University of Alaska Press) and the memoir, Horses Never Lie About Love (Simon & Schuster). Other poetry books include Oh How Can I Keep on Singing, Voices of Pioneer Women (Ontario); The Dust of Everyday Life, An Epic Poem of the Northwest (Sasquatch); and We Never Speak of It, Idaho-Wyoming Poems 1889-90 (Ontario ) all are available online from Open Road Press as are her two novels, Alaska (Harper & Row) and The Pearl of Ruby City (St. Martin’s). She lives with her husband on a farm in the Cascades.
Marion Panizzon is a US/Swiss lawyer engaging in advocacy on sustainable development. Marion has travelled extensively to Africa. Her poems cultivate an enduring sense of urgency for our boundaries-planetary, physical, psychosocial. Marion’s poems have been published by the Tiny Seeds Literary Journal, the Swiss Poets’ Association, Poets’ Choice and Frogmore Press. Artwork by Edward Michael Supranowicz