The Warrior Poet Group
Behold the Literary Revolution
The Warrior Poet Group formed officially on September 11, 2007 as a GoogleGroup discussion on writing started by Rod Dixon. The group's goal is to maintain an element of academic learning, and rigor in the post-graduate school world.
Rod Dixon- Rod Dixon lives in Lousiville, Kentucky. He is an avid motorcyclist, a member of the Teamsters union, and has an MFA in Writing from Spalding University. He is searching for a publisher to print a connected set of stories about a young outlaw biker, as well as working on a new novel about a mystical experience known in the occult community as the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel. His work has appeared previously in Wrong Tree Review, Red Rock Review, Relief, Edge, The Louisville Review, Phantasmagoria, Ariel and BloodLotus.
David Harrity's-work has appeared in The Minnetonka Review, BloodLotus, Kudzu, Ars Interpress, Limestone, The St. Linus Review and Riverwind. Some publications are forthcoming in The Xavier Review, The Chrysalis Reader, PresenTense, Jewish Life, and New Southerner. His chapbook, Morning and What Has Come Since, which was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and the Kentucky Literary Prize, is available from Finishing Line Press. He has recently finished a MFA in Creative Writing at Spalding University in Louisville. Currently, Dave lives in Kentucky with a lovely woman, Amanda, two dogs, Linus and Greta, and a baby-on-the-way.
Drew Lackovic - holds a MFA in Writing from Spalding University. He Graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2002 Summa Cum Laude with a degree in English and a Minor in Computer Science. Drew's Stories have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, won the 2008 Kentuckiana Metroversity Writing Competition, won the 2006 Alligator Juniper National Fiction Contest, and placed 2nd in the 2007 Kentuckiana Metroversity Writing Competition. His fiction has also appeared in Wrong Tree Review, A capella Zoo, 94 Creations, Human Voices, WordRiot.org, Alligator Juniper, The blue Review, and The New Growth Arts Review. He has forthcoming stories in A capella Zoo, Human Voices, and 94 Creations. Drew Lives in Erie, PA with his wife Susane, baby Molly and two cats. Drew has recently surrendered his title as Corporate WageSlave and exchanged it for Lecturer in English at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, where he teaches English Composition, Basic Writing and Business Writing. He is also a contractor at FMC Technologies where he is yet again doing IT skullduggery.