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Jeff Fallis

Jeff Fallis (4.2).

Jeff Fallis lives in Athens, Georgia.  His poems have appeared recently in Unsplendid, Marco Polo Arts Mag, RealPoetik, and the Bloomsbury anthology The Art of Losing.

Joseph Farley

Joseph Farley (1.3).

Joseph Farley edited Axe Factory for 24 years. His books include Suckers, For the Birds, and Longing for the Mother Tongue (March Street Press).

Richard Fein

Richard Fein (1.4).

Richard Fein was a finalist in the 2004 Center For Book Arts Chapbook Competition. A chapbook, “The Required Accompanying Cover Letter,” was published by Parallel Press, University Of Wisconsin, Madison. He has also been published in many web and print journals such as Southern Review, Foliate Oak, Morpo Review, Ken*Again, Oregon East Southern Humanities Review, Skyline,Touchstone, Windsor Review, Maverick, Parnassus Literary Review, Small Pond, Kansas Quarterly, Blue Unicorn, Exquisite Corpse, Terrain Aroostook Review, Compass Rose, and others. He also has an interest in digital photography, and poetry magazines have published many of his photos. Samples of his photography can be found here.

Ari Feld

Ari Feld (5.1).

Ari Feld is from the midwest of North America. He currently lives in Berlin.

David Felix

David Felix (7.1).

David Felix is an English visual poet who lives in Denmark. His writing has always taken on a variety of forms, in collage, three dimensions, in galleries, festivals, video, and in over twenty publications worldwide. Born into a family of artists, magicians and tailors he is equally at home with wet into wet, the vanishing coin trick and blanket stitching.

Jéanpaul Ferro

Jéanpaul Ferro (2.3).

Jéanpaul Ferro is a novelist, poet, and short fiction author from Providence, Rhode Island. An 8-time Pushcart Prize nominee, his work has been featured on NPR, in Columbia Review, Connecticut Review, Contemporary American Voices, Arts & Understanding Magazine, Hawaii Review, and others. His published works include All The Good Promises (Plowman Press, 1994); Becoming X (BlazeVox Books, 2008); You Know Too Much About Flying Saucers (Thumbscrews Press, 2009); Hemispheres (Maverick Duck Press, 2009); Essendo Morti – Being Dead (Goldfish Press, 2009), nominated for the 2010 Griffin Prize in Poetry; and Jazz, (Honest Publishing, UK, 2011), nominated for both the 2012 Griffin Prize in Poetry and the 2012 Kingsley Tufts Prize in Poetry. He is represented by the Jennifer Lyons Literary Agency.

Bayleigh Fraser

Bayleigh Fraser (4.1).

Bayleigh Fraser is an American poet currently residing in Canada with her husband and two children. She studied English at Stetson University and plans to continue her education in Canada. Her poetry has appeared in Motley Press, The Social Poet, and elsewhere. Bayleigh is the editor of Caesura Poetry Magazine, an electronic magazine that publishes new and emerging poets. You can find her online here: http://www.bayleighfraser.com/

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