MATT LAFRENIERE is a husband, father, teacher, poet - not always in that order. He lives in Baltimore and teaches English at the Boys' Latin School of Maryland. His work has appeared in Dunes Review, Rat's Ass Review, Pilgrimage Magazine, Main Street Rag, Schuylkill Valley Journal, Spry and elsewhere.
Matthew is the craftsman of DON'T TURN THE PROJECTOR OFF!.
Phillip Hurst is the author of a novel, Regent's of Paris, as well as a book of nonfiction, Whiskey Boys: And Other Meditations from the Abyss at the End of Youth, winner of the 2021 Monadnock Essay Collection Prize. His writing has appeared in literary journals such as The Missouri Review, The Gettysburg Review, River Teeth, Cimarron Review, and Post Road Magazine. He currently lives and writes in the Pacific Northwest.
Phillip is the author of The Land of Ale and Gloom: Discovering the Pacific Northwest.
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