Robert A. Geise
Robert A. Geise has been active in the southern New Jersey arts and poetry community for nearly fifteen years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Literature from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. Bob’s work has appeared in Sensations magazine, online at Red River Review and Artella, and the literary journals for Stockton College, Atlantic Cape Community College, and Cumberland County College. Visual representations of his poetry have hung in the Atlantic City Arts Center, the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, and the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts in Millville where he most recently participated in a collaboration of artists and poets called “See Me, Hear Me, Get My Story.” Bob lives in Egg Harbor Township with his family.
Quincy R. Lehr was raised in Norman, Oklahoma and presently lives in Brooklyn, New York. His work has appeared in print and online venues in the U.S., UK, Ireland, Australia, and the Czech Republic, including American Arts Quarterly, Cadenza, The Chimaera, Crannog, The Dark Horse, Measure, The Raintown Review and The Shit Creek Review. His first book of poetry, Across the Grid of Streets, was published by Seven Towers (Dublin) in 2008, and his second, Obscure Classics of English Progressive Rock, also by Seven Towers in 2011. His book-length poem Heimat is now available from Barefoot Muse Press. He is also the associate editor of The Raintown Review.