Editors

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Born in Oregon, Moriah LaChapell earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Western Oregon University. She also studied Viticulture at Washington State University. She currently works in horticulture. She lives in a little town in Oregon with her daughter and husband. She has been published in various online journals and in print by Silver Birch Press.

Her work can be found at moriahlachapell.wordpress.com

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Born and raised in Portland Oregon, Susan Sweetland Garay received a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Brigham Young University, spent some years in the Ohio Appalachians and currently lives in the Willamette Valley with her husband and cat where she works in the Vineyard industry. She has been a freelance editor for 9 years.  Her first full length poetry collection will be out by the end of the year.

Her work can be found at susansweetlandgaray.wordpress.com.

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Miguel Jacq is a French-Australian poet/photographer/fiend. He lives in Melbourne, Australia where he runs (some say ruins) an I.T business.

His work has been (or is soon to be) published by The Blue Hour Press, Dagda Publishing, Deep Water Literary Journal, Kind Of A Hurricane Press, The Poetry Jar, Vox Poetica and Visible Ink.

He has written two poetry collections, ’Black Coat City’ and ‘Magnetics’ (presumably the critical acclaim is drunk in a bar somewhere).

He writes regularly at migueljacq.com

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Heather Minette received her Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from the University of Houston – Clear Lake and is currently studying for a Master of Arts in American Literature. Her poetry and prose was published recently in Inner Art Journal, Mad Swirl, Up the Staircase Quarterly, and The Blue Hour. Her first full-length poetry collection, Rooftops and Other Poems, was published in August 2013 by Blue Hour Press. She lives in Kemah, Texas with her husband and son, and writes at http://www.heatherminette.com.

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