Joanne Merriam is the publisher at Upper Rubber Boot Books. She is a new American living in Nashville, having immigrated from Nova Scotia. She most recently edited Broad Knowledge: 35 Women Up To No Good, and her own poetry has appeared in dozens of places including Asimov's, The Fiddlehead, Grain, and previously in Strange Horizons.
RogerDutcher lives in Wisconsin, where he enjoys jazz, wine, and poetry. He has had poetry published in numerous publications, including Asimov's and Modern Haiku. He is the co-founder and co-editor of The Magazine of Speculative Poetry.
“Have you seen the DEATH/GRIP Challenge meme?” Benito Oliveira said.
“Yeah, it’s pretty funny,” she said.
“It’s people pretending not to kill something with their off hand,” he said, as though she hadn’t responded.
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