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WORDPEACE
is a semi-annual online journal published in February and August.

Lori Desrosiers: Publisher, Poetry Editor
Lisa C. Taylor: Fiction & Non-Fiction Editor

 

 

Lori prettyLori Desrosiers has three books of poetry, The Philosopher’s Daughter Salmon Poetry 2013. A chapbook, Inner Sky Glass Lyre Press 2015 and Sometimes I Hear the Clock Speak Salmon Poetry 2016. Her poems have appeared in New Millenium Review, Contemporary American Voices, Best Indie Lit New England, String Poet, Blue Fifth Review, Pirene’s Fountain, The New Verse News, The Mom Egg, The Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish-American Poetry and many other journals and anthologies. Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She also publishes Naugatuck River Review, a journal of narrative poetry. http://loridesrosierspoetry.com

 

Lisa C. TLisapublicity2015aylor’s debut collection of short fiction, Growing a New Tail was released in November 2015 (Arlen House/Syracuse University Press). She’s the author of four collections of poetry including Necessary Silence (2013) and The Other Side of Longing (2011), written in collaboration with Irish writer, Geraldine Mills. Lisa’s honors include the 2015 Hugo House New Works Award for short fiction, a Spotlight feature in January 2015 for the Associated Writing Programs, Pushcart nominations in both fiction and poetry, a Surdna Arts Teaching Fellowship, and, along with Geraldine Mills, the Elizabeth Shanley Gerson Lecture of Irish Literature at University of Connecticut in 2011. Lisa was chosen to be a writing mentor for the Associated Writing Program’s Writer-to-Writer program in 2015. Her poetry, fiction, and book reviews have appeared in numerous literary journals including WomenArts Quarterly, Birmingham Poetry Review, Map Literary, and Crannog. She’s been a guest on radio and television shows in New England and Ireland. Lisa has received residencies from Vermont Studio Center and Tyrone Guthrie Centre in Ireland. Lisa teaches creative writing at Nichols College in Dudley, MA. She holds an MFA from Stonecoast/University of Southern Maine’s writing program. http://www.lisactaylor.com