By Amy Kotthaus

Amy Kotthaus is a writer, painter, translator, and photographer. Her work includes poetry, Latin translation, abstract painting, and black and white photography. She received her B.A. in English from the University of Southern Maine, and she currently lives in Maine with her husband and children. Her poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Sick Lit Magazine, Yellow Chair Review, Haiku Journal, Ink in Thirds, and Section 8 Magazine. Her photography has been published or is forthcoming in Ground Fresh Thursday, Crab Fat Magazine, Digging Through the Fat, and Storm Cellar.

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By Stacy Maddox

Stacy Maddox lives, dreams and writes in the fast-paced city of Lawrence, KS. Indulging her time in the outdoors, connecting with nature, exploring, and discovering new photo opportunities, is one of her greatest pleasures in life. Stacy has been published in over 25 books, print and online magazines and websites.


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