Current Contributors

Winter Issue 2019

 

Joseph E. FleckensteinJoseph E. Fleckenstein, a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, has published over 37 items. The list includes nonfiction articles in outdoor magazines, technical papers, online courses for professional engineers, a patent and more recently literary short stories in Prick of the Spindle, Story Shack, Out of the Gutter, Potluck, Gravel, Down in the Dirt, Work Literary Magazine, Street Light, Military Experience & the Arts and Adelaide. His 400-page technical book, Three Phase Electrical Power, was published in October 2015 by CRC Press. Currently he lives in Pennsylvania where he is a self-employed engineer and freelance technical writer. Additional bio particulars may be viewed at his website: www.WriterJEF.com.

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Marc FrazierMarc Frazier has been widely published in journals including The Spoon River Poetry Review, ACM, Good Men Project, f(r)iction, The Gay and Lesbian Review, Slant, Permafrost, Plainsongs, and Poet Lore. Marc, an LGBTQ+ writer, is the recipient of an Illinois Arts Council Award for poetry, has been featured on Verse Daily, and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net. His book, The Way Here, and his second full-length collection, Each Thing Touches, are available on Amazon. Willingly, his third poetry book, was published by Adelaide Books in January 2019.
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Lynn HoggardIn the past five years, Lynn Hoggard has published more than sixty poems in peer-reviewed journals across the U.S. Her books include three translations, a memoir (Motherland: Stories and Poems from Louisiana, Lamar University Press, 2014), and a poetry collection (Bushwhacking Home, TCU Press, 2017), winner of the 2018 Press Women of Texas Poetry Award. She is also a past president of the American Literary Translators Association. Her translation from the French of Marie d’Agoult’s Nelida was awarded the Texas Institute of Letters Soeurette Diehl Fraser award for best translation in 2003.

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David KoenigDavid Koenig is the author of a poetry chapbook, Amaranth. His work has appeared recently in Salamander, Rust + Moth, Forage, and elsewhere. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Ewa MazierskaEwa Mazierska is a historian of film and popular music who writes short stories in her spare time. She has published over twenty of them in The Longshot Island, The Adelaide Magazine, The Fiction Pool, Literally Stories, Ragazine, BlazeVox, Red Fez, Away, The Bangalore Review, Shark Reef and Mystery Tribune, among others. Ewa is a Pushcart nominee and her stories have been shortlisted in several competitions. She was born in Poland, but lives in Lancashire, UK.

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Ron RiekkiRon Riekki’s non-fiction, fiction, and poetry have been published in The Threepenny Review, Poetry Northwest, River Teeth, Spillway, New Ohio Review, Shenandoah, Canary, Bellevue Literary Review, Prairie Schooner, New Orleans Review, Little Patuxent Review, Wigleaf, and many other literary journals.

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Richard WeaverRichard Weaver lives in Baltimore City where he volunteers with the Maryland Book Bank, acts as the Archivist-at-large for a Jesuit college, and is the Official poet-in-residence at the James Joyce Pub and Restaurant. He’s the author of The Stars Undone (Duende Press). His poems have appeared in River Poet’s Journal, Southern Review, Black Warrior Review, Pembroke, Adelaide, Vanderbilt Poetry Review, and Dead Mule. This is the second time his work has appeared in Gloom Cupboard.

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