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Updated: Feb 1

Waiting for a Friend

Abandoned Monument



Pool Hall

Greg Clary is a retired college professor who was born and raised in Turkey Creek, West Virginia and now resides in the northwestern Pennsylvania Wilds. His photographs and poetry have appeared in many publications including The Sun Magazine, Looking at Appalachia, Rattle, The Watershed Journal, Pine Mt. Sand & Gravel, Rye Whiskey Review, Waccamaw Journal, Hole in the Head Review, and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Updated: Feb 1

sunset crane

ghost train

escape by train

educational visit

sunny shipping crane

Lior Locher is a nonbinary mixed-media artist, mainly working in acrylic, collage and printmaking. After having lived in 6 countries on 4 continents and being homeless at some point, they are now based at the English seaside. They are largely self-taught and started making art later in life, building on some local classes in drawing, floristry, painting and printmaking. Their work is particularly popular with American literary magazines where Lior has pieces featured every few months. They have done an art commission with Colossive Press in Croydon UK on AI and the medieval legend of the Golem. Lior showed in 10 group exhibitions mainly in the UK in 2023 and will have their first solo gallery show in April 2024 with Elms Window Gallery in London.

Updated: Jan 31

La Vie en Rose Steak

Living off the Fat of the Land

Christy Sheffield Sanford wishes she were from Mongolia but sadly hails from Atlanta/St Augustine. She recently won Arts & Letters Unclassifiable contest. Her work has recently been accepted by Action/Spectacle and The Drunken Boat. Sanford holds an MA degree from Antioch University and has won an NEA in Poetry. She was the first Virtual Writer-in-Residence for trAce. Her web piece Red Mona and other works are being archived at Washington State University.

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