Great news! Three of our poetry alumni have been published in the spring issue of Redivider. Lisa Hiton, Daniel Kraines (both Poetry 2011), and Megan Fernandes (Poetry 2012) all have poems appearing in Redivider 10.2, which is available for purchase here.
Lisa Hiton is a Chicago native. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Linebreak, The Cortland Review, Indiana Review, and DMQ Review among others. She has received fellowships from the New York State Summer Writers Institute and the MU Writing Workshops in Greece. She is a current nominee for the Pushcart Prize and master’s candidate in Arts in Education at Harvard University.
Daniel Kraines teaches at West Nottingham Academy in Maryland and is a candidate for an MA in Social Thought and Modernism at NYU.
Megan Fernandes is a PhD candidate in English Literature and the founder of the Poetry/Poetics Hub at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She holds an MFA in Poetry from Boston University. She is the co-editor of Strangers in Paris (Tightrope Books) and the author of two chapbooks entitled Organ Speech (Corrupt Press) and Some Citrus Makes me Blue (Dancing Girl Press). Her dissertation research draws on science and technology studies, media philosophy, critical theory, and 20th/21st century comparative poetics and literature.
Congratulations, Meg, Dan, and Lisa!