Dustin Nightingale’s poetry has appeared in various journals including Margie, Portland Review, barnwood press and Cimarron Review. His book manuscript has been a finalist for various contests, including The National Poetry Series.
Charles Greer has lived in southern Indiana more than 30 years, teaching at Indiana University. He reads from a work-in-progress written in the Haibun form, which weaves short poetry – often haiku – with lyric prose.
Elizabeth Hoover is an MFA student at Indiana University and a freelance writer. Her poetry has appeared in RATTLE, The Cimarron Review, The Asheville Poetry Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and Fourth River. In this podcast, she reads a series of poems about the photography of Saul Leiter.
Sarah Wyatt Swanson finished her MFA in Creative Writing at Indiana University in May 2008. In this podcast, an extended version of the 5-minute on-air broadcast, she reads her poems “Inland Address,” “You’re Rumored To Be Everywhere,” “Between Virginia and Indiana,” and “As You Sleep, Leaves Rustling.”