Contributors

Tom Chlipala

Best known for his work in New Orleans and across the highways of this great country, Tom Chlipala is currently wearing lederhosen and drinking beer.

H. V. Cramond

H. V. Cramond is a Chicago-based writer and educator and the poetry editor of Requited, a new literary journal for experimental writing. Her recent work has appeared in Wunderkammer and Ignavia. You can read more of her writing at hvcramond.com.

Matt Galletta

Matt Galletta lives in Albany, New York, with his wife and cats. Sometimes people tell him he looks like Clark Kent. Contact him at mattgalletta.com.

Brian Harty

Brian Harty serves up sugar water daily in Hollywood, California .

Blythe Hurley

A mother of three, a Tuesday night rock ‘n’ roller, an editor sans merci, and a time-waster supreme, Blythe has never stopped rockin’ in the free world. More by Blythe Hurley

Tony Mancus

Tony Mancus lives in Rosslyn, Virginia, with his fiancé and a chinchilla. He teaches writing and literature at Emerson Preparatory School and runs workshops with Writopia. He is co-founder of Flying Guillotine Press and his poems have appeared in No Tell Motel, CUE, cream city review, ekleksographia, and elsewhere.

Christopher Mulrooney

Christopher Mulrooney’s poetry has appeared in Drunken Boat, Read This, CaesuraMoloch, and The Delinquent.

Denise Pace

Denise Pace is a hairless monkey frequently and infuriatingly thwarted by everyday things, like ottomans and gravity. She communicates largely by cussing and quoting The Simpsons. Yet, possessing a high level of derring-do, she perseveres. More by Denise Pace

Joe Squance

Joe Squance teaches creative writing at Miami University in Ohio and is the managing editor of Oxford Magazine.

Editor-in-Chief
Blythe Hurley

Web Mistress
Erica Behnke

Editors
Erica Bernheim
Steve Spaulding
Tom Chlipala

Communications Officer
Denise Pace

Senior Contributors
Al Dereu
Heather Egland
Joe Martinez
Matt McCarthy
Patrick Russell
Geary Yonker

Distinguished Alumni
Tina O’Brien
Matt Sharkey

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keepgoing.org is published quarterly, on the first day of each season. In fact, we control the seasons. If we hadn’t published a Spring issue this year there would never have been a thaw, and the world would now be enveloped in perpetual winter, practically another Ice Age.

Obviously, this is an awesome responsibility.

If you would like to play god with us, as well as see your original fiction, nonfiction, poetry, photography, or music published by this quarterly, there may be hope for you. We do consider unsolicited material for publication. We read every submission with varying degrees of interest and attention and publish those which seem best to us at the time. We won’t publish your stuff if it sucks, unless you know someone on staff.

The submission deadline for each issue is as follows:

Spring: February 21
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Fall: August 21
Winter: November 21

Submissions received after the deadline for a particular issue will not be considered for that issue. That’s why they’re called deadlines, dummy.

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