Issue 2.2 - March 2015
This is a back issue of the magazine, which means that you can listen to each author's work directly on this page. Oftentimes, the author discusses the process developing their work immediately following the recitation. To listen to more current issues, go to our Catalogue
Abigail Ardelle Zammit has been writing poetry since she was 11 years old. She holds undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in English as well as a PGCE (English). In 2006 she obtained a Masters in Creative Writing from the University of Lancaster and her collection of poetry – Voices from the Land of Trees – was published by Smokestack the following year. Abigail has had poems published in a number of magazines including The SHOp, Orbis, Libertine, Aesthetica, Freefall, Markings, Peloton, Iota, as well as the online journals Drunken Boat and Ink, Sweat and Tears.
Jamie Haddox is a poet from Minnesota. She holds a BA in Creative Writing from Metropolitan State University. Her work has appeared in Metro State’s literary publication “Haute Dish” as well as “Pretty Owl Poetry”. In her spare time, Jamie loves watching her son play hockey and reading.
Tennae Maki is a weekend writer that works for an architecture firm by day. She’s also the volunteer audio archivist for a Brooklyn-based arts radio station. Her work has been published in numerous print and digital literary journals, including; 491, Spillway, Futures Trading, The Bicycle Review, and Belleville Park Pages.
Jessica Martini is currently completing her MFA in Creative Writing at Northern Arizona University. Originally from Sedona, AZ, she loves to explore outdoors, ask questions, and teach. Her poetry and creative nonfiction tend to explore place, beauty, psychology, and personal evolution. She’s also a Jimmy Fallon fan.