Missouri Poetry Project: poets from the Show Me State 2018-ongoing
Sparkle Princess vs. Suicidal Phoenix
The first ever 'new and selected' full-length book by poet artist Jeanette Powers, "Sparkle Princess vs. Suicidal Phoenix" covers works as far back as 2008 and focuses on some of the most delightful, funny poems and some of the most heartbroken. This book is the quintessential collection of a decade's worth of work.
releases Nov 27, 2018
Jim McGowin does art but keeps a day job. He has been published in Chance Operations, e UCity Review, Rusty Truck, e Gasconade Review and has authored several chapbooks. He lives in St. Louis, MO with his family and two cats.
Dance Grooves for Gotikara
Benjamin Kuzemka is from suburban Chicago. He spent the most part of his twenties on a handful of continents and then joined a religious order. He left seminary, met a girl, and now lives in Saint Louis, Missouri.
Kevin W. Peery
Americana songwriter and Kansas-City-based storyteller K.W. Peery is the author of five poetry collections: Tales of a Receding Hairline; Purgatory; Wicked Rhythm; Ozark Howler; Gallatin Gallows.
Lost and Found by the Muddy Banks
Sean Arnold is a poet, writer and visual artist residing in South Saint Louis, Missouri. He graduated from Webster University in 2015 with a degree in Creative Writing where he was poetry editor of the Green Fuse literary magazine and studied under David Clewell.
Rockstar / Paperman / Scissorhand
Chigger is a language artist living in the American Midwest. He is the chief editor for The Artifact, Planet Earth’s First Global Poetry Newspaper and his work appears at home and abroad.