Hollie Bowles is the web mistress, primary fiction editor, and periodic poetry editor of The Medulla Review, as well as the founder of Medulla Publishing. Her writing has been accepted for publication in over two-hundred literary venues, and she has thrice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Jennifer's first full-length poetry book, Anarchy in a Dresser, is slated for publication with UNBOUND content in early 2014.
Her first poetry chapbook, Fire and Honey, was published with Flutter Press in 2010, and her second chapbook, Guerrilla Love, was published with Propaganda Press in 2011. Jennifer's third chapbook, Suck My Clit Freud, is available from SAM Publishing.
Three poems at: 3:AM Magazine
One poem at: Red River Review
Flash fiction piece at: Word Riot
Flash fiction piece at: Sein und Werden
Fiction piece at: Mobius: The Journal of Social Change
Laura LeHew was the guest poetry editor for Volume 2, Issue #1 of The Medulla Review.
is an award winning poet whose work has appeared in a myriad of
national and international journals and anthologies, including A
cappella Zoo, Boston Literary Magazine, Counterexample Poetics, Ellipsis
Magazine, Elysian Fields Quarterly, The Mad Poet's Society, The
Northville Review, Orbis, PANK, Poet's Ink Review, Right Hand Pointing, and Zygote in my Coffee, among numerous others. Her chapbook, Beauty, published by Tiger’s Eye Press in 2009, is going for a second print run.
Laura received her MFA in writing from California College of Arts, residencies from Soapstone and the Montana Artists Refuge, interned for CALYX Journal an independent publisher of literature and art by women, and was nominated for a Pushcart. She is on the board of directors of the Oregon State Poetry Association (OSPA), is a co-coordinator of the OSPA Eugene/Springfield chapter—Springfield Library Reading Series, and was the OSPA Contest Chair for 2 years. She is currently a member of the Lane Literary Guild’s steering committee and facilitates a critique group the Let Them Eat Cake Poets. Laura is the founder of Uttered Chaos, which organizes readings and has branched out into a press.
Cathy Kodra was the guest poetry editor for Volume 3, Issue #1 of The Medulla Review.
Cathy is a native New Yorker who now lives, writes, and edits in Knoxville, Tennessee. Her passion for writing began when her second grade teacher told her to write a poem. Before that, Cathy hadn’t realized that people other than “famous authors” were allowed to write poems or stories. She has never stopped writing since.
Cathy’s poems, short stories, and
essays have been published or are pending publication in the following
literary journals or anthologies: Lynx Eye, Tar Wolf Review,
Beginnings, New Millennium Writings, Birmingham Arts Journal, Roanoke
Review, Main Channel Voices, Common Ground Review, Still Crazy(July 2010), The Medulla Review (July 2010), Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine (Winter 2011), Outscape: Writings on Fences and Frontiers, andChristmas in Knoxville 2007.
She won first place in the 2008 Libba Moore Gray/Terry Semple Poetry
Contest, was a finalist in the New Millennium Writings January 2009
Poetry Contest, was a finalist in the Two Rivers Review 2004 Poetry
Contest, received an Honorable Mention for Glimmer Train’s 2009 Short
Story “Family Matters” Contest, and her short story, “The Most
Interesting Thing in the World,” was nominated in 2009 for a Best
American Short Stories award. Cathy is co-editor of Bleeding Hearts: A Sampling of Poems from the Poetry Workshop of the Knoxville Writers’ Guild (Tellico Books, 2009) and edited Waltzing in Triolet: A Snapshot of Creation (Phil Lowe, 2008). She is a contributing editor for New Millennium Writings and the current secretary of the Knoxville Writers’ Guild Board of Directors.
Cathy’s passions, along with writing, include reading, cooking, crocheting, and gardening. She happily works part time as an adult education teacher for Knox County Schools and the rest of the time as a freelance editor with ridiculously low rates: www.cathykodra.com.