Ghosts and Illegals by Lee Passarella
LEE PASSARELLA is a reviewer for Audiophile Audition, an online music magazine, and is a former senior literary editor for Atlanta Review. His poetry has appeared in Chelsea, Cream City Review, Louisville Review, The Formalist, Antietam Review, Journal of the American Medical Association, The Literary Review, The Wallace Stevens Journal, Cortland Review, and many other publications. His poetry books and chapbooks include Swallowed up in Victory (Burd Street Press, 2002), The Geometry of Loneliness (David Robert Books, 2006), Sight-Reading Schumann (Pudding House, 2007), Redemption (FutureCycle Press, 2014), and Magnetic North (Finishing Line Press, 2016) .
From the Attic: Selected Verse (2nd Edition) by Anthony Harrington
ANTHONY HARRINGTON was born and raised in Philadelphia where he received a degree in Philosophy from St. Charles Seminary. He has made his home in the Atlanta area for the last four decades. His verse has appeared in Midwest Poetry Review, The Classical Outlook, Western Humanities Review, Light, The Saturday Review, and other magazines. Examples of his verse have been used in textbooks by Robert Wallace and Miller Williams as well as in The Random House Treasury of Light Verse. His poetry volumes include Tersery Versery (Hendricks Publishing, 1982), The Man in the Goodwill Bin (Tinhorn Press, 1987), and From the Attic: Selected Verse, 1965-2015 (Kudzu Editions, 2015).
Things Will Get Worse by Peter Junker
PETER JUNKER was born in Akron, Ohio in 1962 and grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. He studied Hellenistic religions and philosophy at Arizona State and received an MFA from the Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa, where he served as assistant editor for poetry at The Iowa Review. After working as an editor for museum publications at The Art Institute of Chicago, he had a career in nonprofit development and corporate communications. He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Julie Cannon, a psychotherapist and wellness coach. His poetry chapbook Lunacy, It’s Called was published by Kudzu Leaf Press in 2017. His first full-length collection of poetry, Things Will Get Worse, will be released in the fall of 2019 by Kudzu Leaf Press. It will include all of the poems in his chapbook Lunacy, It’s Called.