Jeter Naslund, fiction writer, is the author of
nine books, including The Fountain of St. James Court; or, The Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman, and the bestselling novels Adam & Eve,Abundance:
A Novel of Marie Antoinette, Ahab's Wife and Four
Spirits. Sena is a Writer in Residence and Distinguished
Teaching Professor at the University of Louisville and founding
editor of The Louisville Review and Fleur-de-Lis Press.
Sena is the Program Director for Spalding University's brief-residency
Master of Fine Arts in Writing
Karen J. Mann is the Administrative Director of
Spalding University's brief-residency Master of Fine Arts in Writing
Program. She has two novels, The Woman of La Mancha (Fleur-de-Lis Press, 2014) and The Saved Man (Page Turners, 2014). She has worked on The Louisville Review
since 1986 when she began as the editorial assistant while
getting her masters in English at the University of Louisville.
Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in journals and
anthologies. She is the recipient of two grants from Kentucky Foundation for Women and has served as a reader for Kentucky Foundation for Women and the Indiana Arts Commission
poet and fiction writer, is the Associate Program Director
and an associate professor of poetry of Spalding University's
brief-residency Master of Fine Arts in Writing,
founder and director of the Kentucky Writers Coalition, author
of Peck and Pock: A Graphic Poem and two books of poems Seed on Snow (Red Hen Press,
2009) and Laughing Sickness (Fleur-de-Lis Press), and
editor of Place Gives Rise to Sprit: Writers on Louisville. Her latest book of poetry, Next Door to the Dead, is out from University of Kentucky Press in August 2015.
Assistant Managing Editor of The Louisville Review and Fleur-de-Lis Press:
Ellyn Lichvar is a graduate of Spalding University's
Master of Fine Arts in Writing. Her poems have appeared in various journals.