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Artist Bios – May.14

photo(29)Eleanor Edgeworth, who was born and raised in Baltimore, MD, had worked most of her career in the publications field. The last 20 years of which were at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, attaining the level of Associate Professional Staff at the time of her retirement in 2010. A major project there was as Design Associate for the award-winning Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest. She has been painting in oils for over 30 years. In 2012 she began exploring the abstract in mixed-media works. Her paintings reside in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and California. Eleanor graduated with Honors as an art major from what is now known as Baltimore City Community College and has continued her art education over the years with courses at various local institutions. She is a member of the Women Artists Forum, School 33 Art Center and the Baltimore Museum of Art.

jgJuliette Goodwin is an artist of varied media: paint, photograph, video, sound. She lives and works in Baltimore. Recent work includes mapping soon to be discovered regions and the continual study of dead and dying flowers.

Alex PhotoAlex Greenberg is a 15 year old aspiring poet. Alex’s work has been published or accepted for publication in: decomP, Spinning Jenny, Spittoon, Squalorly, The Louisville Review, The Cortland Review, Blast Furnace, Able Muse, among others. He was a two-time runner up for the Cape Farewell Poetry Competition, came in 1st place in the Critical Pass Review Junior Poets Contest, and has been recognized by The Young Poets Society, Scholastic Arts and Writings Awards, and Foyle Young Poets.

mjMia Jordan graduated from UMBC with a degree in visual arts, emphasis in photography, in the era before the interwebs. After college, she moved from photography to web design and programming. She likes rescuing cats, dreaming, saving the environment, reading books and seeing daylight.

IMG_2254 news4uNiki Koulouris was born in Melbourne, Australia, and is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and RMIT University. She has worked as a staff writer and editor at Victoria University, Melbourne. Her poetry and prose has appeared in The Cortland Review, Space, Subtext Magazine and The Age. A beer enthusiast, she has been known to start spontaneous lists on napkins of her top India Pale Ales. Niki lives in Toronto. The Sea With No-One in it is her first book.

Kathleen Mazurek is an artist living in Baltimore, MD.

photo-6Sean Morrissey lives in Baltimore, MD., where he serves as artist-in-residence at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.

Alex Robichaud is a photographer from Montreal, Canada living in Tokyo, Japan. She has been published in The Newer York website, Vox Magazine (UNBSJ), Soliloquies Journal (Concordia University, and Canadian Literature (UBC) for poetry, illustration and photography. See more of her work at http://www.alexrobichaud.com/

Carol A. Stephen is Canadian poet originally from Toronto, now living in Carleton Place, Ontario, near Ottawa. Her poems have appeared in Ottawa journals, a number of collaborative chapbooks, on the League of Canadian Poets National Poetry Month and in The Ontario Poetry Society’s Verse Afire. Carol is a member of the League of Canadian Poets.  She has shared her poems at Ottawa reading series: Tree Reading Series, Dusty Owl Reading Series, and Sasquatch. Carol is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Above the Hum of Yellow Jackets, released in September, 2011 and Architectural Variations, just released in August 2012. Carol blogs about stuff here: http://quillfyre.wordpress.com/

Evan Turissini is currently a competitor on Fox’s new reality show ‘Life On Mars’ where contestants are sent to Mars and survive with a tribe of twelve other people, voting one off each week. He is there to win, not to make friends. His work has been published in Right Hand Pointing, Fire & Ice, and The Prompt.

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