Mark Lee Webb, Editor, is a native of Kentucky, but as a teenager lived in California. He knows where a skeg is on a surfboard and how to get from Malibu to Westwood via Mulholland. But he also knows how to find Paris without leaving Kentucky. His poems have been published in The Baltimore Review, Chiron Review, draftHorse, Glassworks, Louisville Review, Ninth Letter, Soundings, and many others. Mark presented his newest chapbook, WHATEVERITS, at the 2014 University of Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture. Finishing Line Press published it in 2014. He also published the chapbook THE WEIGHT OF PAPER (ELJ Publications) in 2014. He recently completed a writing residency at the Noepe Center on Martha's Vineyard, and is currently in the Queens University of Charlotte MFA in Creative Writing program.

Signed copies of WHATEVERITS can be purchased in Louisville at Carmichael's Bookstore. Or, just email Mark to purchase a signed copy directly from him.

Mark's email is markleewebb@anarrowfellow.com

The WEIGHT OF PAPER, published by ELJ Publications, can be purchased here:

Molly McCormack, Managing Editor, is the author of the book Silent Woods, based on her original song of the same name. She's a teacher, poet, musician and artist. She enjoys exploring her creative side from several different directions. Her poetry has appeared in many literary journals.

Her first CD - Reds and Blues - was released in 2003. Molly's other CD's include: Split the Difference (2006), Are We There Yet (2006), and Molly's Merry Musical Mix (2008).

For more information about Molly visit her web site: