The 2River View 26.3 (Spring 2022)


Simon Anton Niño Diego Baena currently lives in the Philippines with his wife Xandy.  He is the author of the chapbook The Magnum Opus Persists in the Evening (Jacar Press). His work has appeared in The Bitter Oleander, Osiris, Poetry Daily, here at 2River, and elsewhere.

Devon Brock is a line cook living in South Dakota with his wife and dog. His poems have appeared journals such as Atlanta Review, La Piccioletta Barca, Spank, and West Trade Journal. blog

T. Clear is a founder of Floating Bridge Press. Her work has appeared in many magazines, including The American Journal of Poetry, Crannog, The Moth, Poetry Northwest, Sheila-na-Gig, and Terrain. A House, Undone is the 2021 winner of the Sally Albiso Award from MoonPath Press. Clear is an Associate Editor at Bracken Magazine. website

Lenny DellaRocca is founder and co-pubisher of South Florida Poetry Journal. His work has appeared in many literary journals, including past issues of 2River.

Sara Eddy is author Tell the Bees (A3 Press) and Full Mouth (Finishing Line).  She has published widely in journals, most recently in Fine Print, The Mantle, and Threepenny Review. She is Assistant Director of the writing center at Smith College.

Michael Estabrook Michael Estabrook has been publishing his poetry in the small press since the 1980s. He has more than twenty collections, most recently The Poet’s Curse, A Miscellany (The Poetry Box 2019).

Tim Gavin is an Episcopal priest, serving as a chaplain in Newton Square, Pennsylvania. Prolific Press published his chapbook Lyrics from the Central Plateau. His poems have appeared in The Anglican Theological Review, Blue Mountain Review, Chiron Review, Evening Street Review, Poetry South, and others.

William A. Greenfield, a youth advocate worker in upstate New York, is the author of Momma’s Boy Gone Bad (Finishing Line Press 2017), I Should have Asked the Blind Girl to Dance (Flutter Press 2019), and The Circadian Fallacy (Kelsay Books 2020).

Gail Lukasik has appeared in Carolina Quarterly, The Daily Beast, The Georgia Review, and elsewhere. In 2017, The Washington Post named White Like Her: My Family’s Story of Race and Racial Passing one of the most inspiring stories of the year. website

Rachel Mallalieu is an emergency physician and mother of five. Her recent work is featured in Anti-Heroin Chic, 8Poems, Entropy, Haunted Waters Press, Nelle, Tribes, and Rattle.

Amy Speace is a singer-songwriter whose songs have been recorded by Judy Collins, Red Molly, and Memphis Blues Hall of Fame singer Sid Selvidge. Her essays have been published by The American Songwriter, The Blue Rock Literary Review, No Depression Magazine, The New York Times, and Working Mother. She is currently in the MFA Creative Writing program at Spalding University. website

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