Judy Crowe lives in the California foothills of the northern Sierra Nevada. Her poems have appeared in Fish Anthology 2022, Cloudbank, California Fire & Water, Epoch, Maine Review, Commonweal, Catamaran, Midwest Quarterly, Subtropics, her chapbook, Flat Water: Nebraska Poems, and elsewhere. She is a graduate of Tamalpais High School.
Barry is a self-employed Mill Valley architect, visual artist and private pilot. Extremely private.
Francesca Bell is a poet and translator. Her first book, Bright Stain, was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award and the Julie Suk Award. Her work appears in New Ohio Review, North American Review, Mid-American Review, Prairie Schooner, and Rattle.
Paul Watsky, a Jungian analyst who practices in Inverness and San Francisco, is the former poetry editor of Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche. The second of his two poetry collections, Walk-Up Music, received a recommended review from Kirkus. A third manuscript, End Games, currently is seeking a publisher.
Sandy White just completed her MFA in Creative Writing/ Poetry at Dominican University of California. She lives in West Marin.
Kathryn Jordan’s poems appear in The Sun, New Ohio Review, Atlanta Review and Comstock Review, among others, and placed in the 2022 Connecticut Poetry Award, plus the 2021 Patricia Dobler, Steve Kowit, and Muriel Craft Bailey awards. Kathryn loves to hike the hills, listening for bird song to translate to poems.
375 Throckmorton Ave,
Mill Valley, CA 94941