jim bourey is a poet from the northern edge of the Adirondacks.
His collection The Distance Between Us was published by Cold River Press in 2020.
In 2022 Season of Harvest, a collection with noted poet Linda Blaskey, was published by Pond Road Press.
A new book, Out There and Back Again, is scheduled for Spring 2023, from Cold River Press.
His work has also appeared in many journals and anthologies, and he is a contributing editor for the Broadkill Review.
jim lives in Dickinson Center with his wife Linda.
Sylvia Karman’s work appears in Delmarva Review, Blueline, Embark Literary Journal, and Amethyst Review, among others.
Her poetry is featured in the 2021 anthology of Writing the Land: Northeast.
She lives in the New York Adirondacks and in the piedmont of central Maryland where she hikes and writes for the love of the journey.
You can visit her at www.sylviakarman.com.
David Crews is a writer and editor who currently resides in southern Vermont, ancestral land of Mohican and Abenaki peoples.
He cares for work that explores a reconnection to land and place, wildness, preservation, nonviolence. He serves as resident artist with ARTS By The People, and as a board member with The Waterman Fund.
His mermaid sequence, Incantation, is now available as a limited edition, handmade chapbook of poems designed and produced by Josh Dannin of Directangle Press (2022).
Find David and his work at davidcrewspoetry.com
RM is the author of 12 books of poetry, most recently Reason’s Dream (2018) and The One Good Bite in the Saw-Grass Plant (2010), poems written in The Everglades. A collection of his essays and reviews,Their Own Society: Prose on Poetry, came out last year from Hamilton Stone Editions.
His previous book of prose, Clear Pond: The Reconstruction of a Life, won the John Ben Snow Award. His biography of the poet Jean Garrigue, Make Forever Now, is making the rounds among publishers.
New poems can or will be found in Stand, Tar River Poetry, Blueline, Poetry East, On the Seawall, Mudlark and other journals. He lives in Jay, New York, with his wife, the fiction writer, Dorian Gossy.
Craig Milewski resides in Paul Smiths, NY and teaches at Paul Smith’s College in the Natural Science Department.
Years after completing his science degrees, he pursued an MFA in Writing at Vermont College of Fine Arts as part of his soul retrieval.
His deep enchantment with natural patterns and processes are a source of inspiration for poems.
Saikat Chakraborty was born and raised in India and moved to the US for graduate studies in 2013. Being an international transplant in the Adirondacks with a background in scientific education, he can experience the natural world in a uniquely delightful way and is passionate about sharing his outpourings with the broader community. You can find some of his work at https://saikatchakra.wordpress.com/.