volume 1

select any piece to begin the slideshow, once inside click “permalink” to view full size files enjoy the audio file TV by chris prudhomme while reading the magazine … More volume 1

tommy jacobi

Tommy Jacobi is a Baton Rouge exile working at Fence Books. His poems have appeared on Everyday Genius. He lives off of charity in the Hudson Valley of New York. … More tommy jacobi

john david harding

play the audio file John David Harding lives in Baton Rouge, LA, where he holds a postdoctoral fellowship teaching composition and creative writing at Louisiana State University. His work has appeared in The Pinch, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal (forthcoming), Dig Magazine, and BAP Quarterly. … More john david harding

nick demske & dolly lemke

from ‘Chicago Calling,’ an email correspondence Nick Demske Nick Demske lives in Racine, Wisconsin and works at the Racine Public Library.  He studied poetry and literature at Carthage College, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and earned a Masters degree in Library and Information Science from UW Milwaukee.  He also completed a semester in the Rocky Mountain Wilderness through … More nick demske & dolly lemkeMore nick demske & dolly lemke

beth kleinpeter

Beth Kleinpeter grew up on a large farm in Baton Rouge where she enjoyed riding horses and showing cows in the 4-H club.  She is now a graduating senior in photography and is looking forward to post college life. … More beth kleinpeter

laura mullen

Laura Mullen is our hero. She is the author of six books: The Surface, After I Was Dead, Subject, Dark Archive, The Tales of Horror, and Murmur. Her seventh book is forthcoming in fall 2012. … More laura mullen

lindsey hopton

Lindsey Hopton is a freshly graduated creative writing major from Louisiana State University. Her work has been published in delta and the lovely Crescent City Review. … More lindsey hopton

jade benoit

Jade Benoit grew up in the Cajun Heartland of Louisiana and received a B.A. in English from Louisiana State University.  She is currently a student at the University of North Carolina – Wilmington, pursuing an MFA in Poetry.  Her poems are forthcoming in Apalachee Review and Espresso Ink. … More jade benoit

lara glenum

Lara Glenum is the author of The Hounds of No (Action Books, 2005) and Maximum Gaga (Action Books). She is also the co-editor of Gurlesque, an anthology of contemporary women’s poetry and visual art, with Arielle Greenberg (Saturnalia Books, 2009). She currently lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she teaches Creative Writing at LSU and … More lara glenumMore lara glenum

michael glaviano

Michael Glaviano lives in New Orleans, LA, where he teaches Creative Writing to elementary school students. His work has appeared in Whiskey Island, Strange Machine, Everyday Genius, PANK, and Verse Daily. … More michael glaviano

norbert redmond

storm falls   bird of  change   chasing childhood black balloon Norbert Redmond is a musician and a writer.  He currently teaches lessons at Baton Rouge Music Studios and is a regular contributor to 225 Magazine. … More norbert redmond

ben pelhan

Ben Pelhan is a Pittsburghist living in New Orleans. His poems have appeared in OH NO, Prick of the Spindle,Small Fires Press, and some others. When he’s not playing poet he plays with whatever video equipment he can get his hands on. He recently directed a music video called “Just Scrap the Cap,” for the … More ben pelhanMore ben pelhan

adam strauss

Adam Strauss has work out in Fence, Interim, Delirious Hem and Spiral Orb, and work forthcoming in The Arcadia Project, an anthology of Postmodern Pastoral edited by G. C. Waldrep and Joshua Corey, Country Music, and Word For/Word. As well, he has a chapbook, Perhaps A Girl Elsewhere, out with Birds of Lace Press. Too, … More adam straussMore adam strauss

chris prudhomme

enjoy the audio file: TV by chris prudhomme while reading Chris Prudhomme was born in Lafayette, Louisiana. He went to high school and college. He is currently living in Mandeville, Louisiana, where he spends 20 hours a day in his bedroom … More chris prudhomme

mark redmond

Mark “Boomer” Redmond is a vulgar gentleman, reformed band aid, and belletrist at large. Formerly a KLSU mainstay, the Louisiana School for Math Science and the Arts alumnus studied creative writing at LSU and is in the process of obtaining his masters at the University of New Orleans. He has been previously published in Folio, … More mark redmondMore mark redmond