Amanda Ellis

Amanda Ellis is among other things, a student who likes to write. She has been published in The Nervous Breakdown and enjoyed her experience as a student editor of The Foliate Oak. She also scored a spot in the Foliate Oak's Best of Print Edition, 2011.

View From Here                                                      Bending








Peripheral View                                     Pocket Turtle                                                     Holy Trio

Pow Wow Motion, Blue Ribbon, Amidst Clouds

By Leah Givens

Leah Given's photographs have appeared in journals including The Colored Lens, The Bellingham Review, and Red Fez. Her work was recently included in a juried exhibition at the St. Louis Artists' Guild. She received her M.D. from Washington University in St. Louis and has been involved in medical research.

Life and Death, Nature III, Nature IV, The Stranger

By Jennifer Powers


Jennifer A. Powers was born and raised in Connecticut. She earned a BA in English from the University of Connecticut and is attending Western Connecticut State University for her MFA. She has short stories published or forthcoming in The MacGuffin, Foliate Oak, Wild Violet, Linden Avenue, Prairie Wolf Press Review, and Folio literary journals. 

Sayeed Mehmood

Sayeed Mehmood has been capturing the world around him for over 20 years. Although he will photograph anything that he finds interesting, in recent years his primary interests have been landscapes and nature, conceptual photo art, the human figure, and photo-based digital art. His work has been published in a number of photography and art magazines.

Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz

Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz is a writer and aspiring photographer. She loves trees. She blogs about life here.

Badlands, Looking Down and The Virgin

By Colleen Purcell

Colleen Purcell is a photographer living in Santiago, Chile. Her photos have appeared in Off the Coast, The Meadowland Review, Anderbo, Subliminal Interiors, Ken Again, and a few other publications.

Agrarian, The Goal, As Light Lasts in Fading Glory and The Fallen

By Louis Staeble

Louis Staeble lives in Bowling Green, Ohio. He has had photographs appear in Trigger, Camera Obscura, This Literary Magazine, OVS and The Fine Line. His "Industrial Strength Nation" was a part of the 93rd Toledo Area Artists Exhibition, The Toledo Museum of Art. A few of his pictures are available on Etsy.


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