Dale Wisely has poems and short fiction published in America, Birmingham Poetry Review, National Catholic Reporter, Steel Toe Review, Oak Bend Review, Main Street Rag, blink|ink, Three Line Poetry, Boston Literary Review, Star*Line, and elsewhere. Poems and stories appear or are coming online at The Poetry Storehouse, Fried Chicken & Coffee, UnFold, egg, Otoliths, Uut Poetry, Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, The Montucky Review, Verbatim Poetry Review, Contemporary American Voices, Orion headless, Mobius, Drunk Monkeys, Truck, Nanoism, Praxis Magazine, Sleet, The Lake, and elsewhere. He is the author of two print chapbooks, 6 Disorders of Sleep (2012, Flutter Press) and Visitation (2003, Mercy Seat Press). POETRY WTF?! Chapbook #2 (2017, Sampson Low, UK) features poems by Howie Good and illustrations by Dale. Seven Stars, a narrative in 13 poems, is available online at the Dead Mule School of Southern Literature website. A poem in that series was nominated for inclusion in the 2008 Best of the Net anthology. His poem “Wave” was published in Pathways: Literature for Readers and Writers (Perfection Learning Press), a 2008 high school textbook. A second poem, “The Work of Brothers,” was included in a social studies textbook, Individual Rights: The Blessings of Liberty by the same publisher. Dale is the founder, general editor and designer of the on-line literary journal, Right Hand Pointing. With Howie Good, he co-founded and co-edits White Knuckle Press, a web outlet for prose poetry chapbooks. He founded and co-edits, with Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco, One Sentence Poems. He also co-founded and co-edited the time-limited journals Left Hand Waving and cur-ren-cy.