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Greg Kosmicki

Greg Kosmicki

October 19, 2016


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GREG KOSMICKI is a poet and retired social worker who lives in Omaha, Nebraska. He founded The Backwaters Press in 1997, which he now serves as Editor Emeritus. Greg’s poetry has been published in numerous magazines since 1975, both print and online, Some of his earliest publications were in Poetry...

David Wyatt

David Wyatt

October 19, 2016


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DAVID WYATT was born in Southern California a year before the end of World War II, spending his childhood and early twenties in the Golden State, an agricultural and horticultural paradise well into the Fifties. Before and after time in the US Army in the mid-Sixties, Wyatt attended San Diego State,...

Tom C. Hunley

Tom C. Hunley

April 30, 2015


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Tom C. Hunley is a professor of English at Western Kentucky University, the director of Steel Toe Books, and the vocalist/rhythm guitarist for Dr. Tom and the Cartoons. He is the author of three previous full-length poetry collections, two textbooks, and six chapbooks. He is the co-editor, with Alexan...

William Kloefkorn

William Kloefkorn

September 18, 2014


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William Kloefkorn was named the Nebraska State Poet by proclamation of the Unicameral in 1982. In addition to his many publications and honors, he also won first-place in the 1978 Nebraska Hog-Calling Championship. A retired professor of English at Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, he was the...

Grizz McIntosh

Grizz McIntosh

September 18, 2014


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Grizz loves books but hates literature. He enjoys playing the bass guitar, geocaching and serving as a corrupting influence on his nieces and nephews. Grizz is a graduate of Wayne State College and lives in Wayne, Neb. with his wife Alicia. Grizz has two previous self-published chapbooks: 2000's Asphalt,...

Timothy Black

Timothy Black

September 17, 2014


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Timothy Black's first book, Connecticut Shade, a fusion of poetry, prose and play, was published in 2008 by WSC Press. Tim's poetry has appeared in the journals The Platte Valley Review, The Logan House Anthology of 21st Century American Poetry, The Great American Roadshow and Words Like Rain. In 2009, B...

AE Stueve

AE Stueve

September 17, 2014


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AE Stueve was born in Illinois and grew up in Iowa on a steady diet of comic books, video games, and oddly enough, classic literature. His published work runs the gamut from comics book scripts for Bluewater Productions The Legend of Isis, to journalism, including reviews and articles for the webzine B...

Richard Duggin

Richard Duggin

September 17, 2014


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Richard Duggin was born and raised in New England and now lives  in Omaha, Nebraska, where he has taught fiction writing at the University of Nebraska at Omaha for more than forty-five years. His published work includes two recently published books of fiction, The Music Box Treaty (2011) and Why Wo...

Amy Plettner

Amy Plettner

September 16, 2014


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Amy Plettner's first book, Undoing Orion's Belt, was published in 2011 by WSC Press.  She is a Nebraska writer, living and working on the prairie in the southeastern part of the state.  Amy holds an MFA from the University of Nebraska.  Her poetry has appeared in a variety of anthologies and jour...

Michael Skau

Michael Skau

September 15, 2014


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Michael Skau was born and raised on the South side of Chicago. He earned his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in English at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), where his dissertation was on Themes and Movements in the Literature of the Beat Generation. He was hired by the Department of English at the...

Leo Dangel

Leo Dangel

September 11, 2014


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Saving Singletrees is Leo Dangel’s fifth book of poetry. His poems have appeared in a number of anthologies and periodicals. He taught at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall until his retirement and now lives in Yankton, South Dakota.

Max McElwain

Max McElwain

September 11, 2014


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Max McElwain teaches in the Communication Arts Department at Wayne State College. He holds a Ph.D in American studies from the University of Kansas. His books include Semi-Pro and Other Stories, Profiles in Communication, and The Only Dance in Iowa: A History of Six-Player Girls Basketball.

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