The 2River View 26.1 (Fall 2021)


John Amen is the founder and managing editor of Pedestal Magazine and the author of Illusion of an Overwhelm. His poetry has appeared recently in such journals as American Literary Review, New York Quarterly, and Prairie Schooner.

Deborah Bacharach is the author of Shake and Tremor and After I Stop Lying. She has been published in journals such as The Carolina Quarterly and The Southampton Review. She is an editor, teacher and tutor in Seattle.

Marisa P. Clark is a queer writer with prose and poetry appearing or forthcoming in Cream City Review, Nimrod, Rust + Moth, Shenandoah, Texas Review, and elsewhere. A fiction reader for New England Review, she lives in New Mexico.

Jessica Conley teaches at The Steward School in Richmond, Virginia. She has been published in literary magazines such as Glass Works Magazine and The Gordian Review.

R.L. Farr divides time between binding books, volunteering for the local arts council, editing an online poetry journal, and tending to personal poetry projects. (website)

Phil Goldstein has appeared in Awakened Voices, The Loch Raven Review, Qwerty Magazine, and Rust+Moth. How to Bury a Boy at Sea is forthcoming from Stillhouse Press. (website)

Daniel Edward Moore has poems forthcoming in The Adirondack Review, The Bitter Oleander, The Chiron Review, and elsewhere. He is also the author of Boys and Waxing the Dents.

Eric Nelson has poems in The Oxford American, Poetry, Poetry Daily, The Sun, and Verse Daily. The most recent of his six poetry collections is Some Wonder.

Naomi Shihab Nye is the Poetry Foundation's Young People's Poet Laureate. Her most recent books are Everything Comes Next: Collected & New Poems, Cast Away, The Tiny Journalist, and Voices in the Air: Poems for Listeners. (page at the Poetry Foundation)

Matthew Schultz is Director of the Writing Center and Adjunct Associate Professor of English at Vassar College. His chapbook, Parallax, is forthcoming from 2River in Fall 2021, and his prose-poem collection, Icaros, is forthcoming from ELJ Editions in May 2022.

Nancy White is the author of Sun, Moon, Salt; Detour; and Ask Again Later. Her poems have appeared in journals such as Beloit Poetry Review, New England Review, and Ploughshares. She serves as editor-in-chief at The Word Works and teaches at SUNY—Adirondack.

Jianqing Zheng is the author of A Way of Looking (Silverfish Review Press, 2021) and editor of Conversations with Dana Gioia (University Press of Mississippi, 2021).  

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