Savannah Sipple is from Beattyville, Kentucky, and is currently working on a collection of persona poems that are set in one small Appalachian town. Her work has been featured in Appalachian Heritage, The Louisville Review, New Southerner, and Motif 3: All the Livelong Day. She writes about poetry at structure and style.
Rosemary Royston holds an MFA in Writing from Spalding
University and is a lecturer at Young Harris College. Her chapbook Splitting the Soil is forthcoming from Redneck Press. Rosemary’s poetry has been published in journals such as The Comstock Review, Main Street Rag, Coal Hill Review, FutureCycle, and Alehouse.