River Styx: Je Robinson, Adam Patric Miller And Aaron Anstett

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J.E. Robinson is a fiction, poetry and non-fiction writer from Alton, IL. He is the author of the recent book, "The Day Rider and Other Stories: A Collection," which received the 2014 San Francisco Book Festival Award for Gay Literature and was nominated for the 2014 Pushcart Prize. He teaches history at the Saint Louis College of Pharmacy and lives in Southern Illinois. He is a three-time Pushcart Nominee and has received the Illinois Arts Council Literary Award, Plainsongs Award from Hastings College, and his novel, "Skip Macalester," was designated a "Paperback Pick" by the American Booksellers Association.

Adam Patric Miller is a poet and author of the 2013 Autumn House Press Nonfiction Prize winner, "A Greater Monster." His essays have been published in "Agni Magazine," "The Florida Review," and "Blue Earth Review." His collection’s opening essay, “Blessing the New Moon,” was also reprinted in the 2008 Pushcart Prize Anthology. Miller was named a Jennings Scholar for his outstanding contributions to classroom teaching and for improving the quality of secondary education in Ohio. He currently lives in St. Louis with his wife and blended family.

Aaron Anstett is a poet and the author of five poetry collections, including, most recently, "Insofar as Heretofore," "Each Place the Body's," "No Accident," and the 1998 Colorado Book Award in Poetry finalist "Sustenance." "No Accident" was awarded with the 2004 Backwaters Press Prize, the 2006 Nebraska Book Award, and the Balcones Poetry Prize. His poems have appeared in "American Letters & Commentary," "Black Warrior Review," "Indiana Review," "The Ohio Review," "Poetry Daily," "River City," and "Shenandoah" among many other journals. He has been featured on Garrison Keillor's Writer's Almanac.
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