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After living in Pennsylvania for most of her adult life, she lives in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Her research interests and publications include 19th- and 20th-century poetry, comparative poetry studies, poetry and heritage, and prose poetry in translation. Under his pen name, he has been published in journals including Evergreen Review , Apparatus , and Counterpunch.
Copyright present: the Editors and respective authors, all rights reserved. ISSN Visit our gallery of featured homepage photos and illustrations. Our Contributors Biographical information for authors below is current as of the most recent issue they appeared in. An avid outdoorsman and life-long New Englander, much of his poetry deals intimately with the culture and environment of the North Eastern States. She blogs about what she's reading at bookconscious. Her work weaves the landscapes of Southern California with the historical and personal terrains of the mind.
Norton in November He lives in north suburban St. Paul with his wife and two children. She is a poet, writer, and artist. She has been published in over a hundred literary magazines. She has won four poetry contests. Her poetry has been exhibited at galleries in the Hudson Valley, in DC, and elsewhere. Her books include a little luminescence Allbook-Books, and epochs of morning light Mwanaka, Find her tracks through Lumberton Trading Company and her multimedia art at Rhizome.
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He is a parent, musician, wine maker, guitar maker, boat builder and writer of poems. In his spare time, he is a professor of American literature and culture at the California State University, Chico. He is also a recipient of a Colorado artists' fellowship for poetry and an Academy of American Poets prize.
He lives in Tucson, Arizona. Her poetry for the last few years has focused on the tanka form, which she finds extremely congenial. She is, however, inching towards less compression and more divulgation, although being an Imagist at heart, even her long poems are rather short. His work has appeared on poets.
Her chapbook Zero Degrees , a collection of poetry of witness, has just been released by Finishing Line Press. For more of his work visit www. Her poems and translations of Spanish and French formal poetry have been published in numerous print and online journals and anthologies. Having wandered up and down the East Coast, landing in various spots to write and teach, she now works as a full-time freelance book editor specializing in horror, fantasy, the paranormal, and suspense.
She's looking forward to publication of her first novel this fall. She lives in Florida with her husband and their five rescues—one neurotic hound dog, and four spoiled cats. She is a professional cook and spends her personal time developing recipes, putting pen to paper, and exploring her local beach community.
He is an assistant professor of English at the U. Naval Academy. She is currently a doctoral student and part-time instructor in English Education at Columbia University, and a board member for Hudson Valley Seed. She lives in Beacon, NY with her partner and daughter. She is an assistant editor of the poetry magazine Anti-.
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He lives near the Saint Francis River. Recently, he has been hiking Big Rock Ridge, looking for mountain lion. Her work has appeared in Silkworm and The Weekly Avocet. Her poems have appeared in Spiritus , The Wayfarer , and Plainsongs , among other publications. She lives in Beverly, MA, in an 18th-century apartment with incredibly low ceilings. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in and He is the author of the collection The Masses , published by Shearsman Books. He received his B.
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Louis University, St. He occasionally posts new writing and commentary at Odradek. He writes: "For a year and a half my family lived in Brooklyn and then made one more move across the water, this time to Staten Island, where I have lived ever since. I began making poetry without noticing so myself, simply as a part of growing up and without anyone's significant prompting; the first ten years of my efforts were scattered over aging hard drives and have since disappeared forever.
He has been previously published in The Charles River Journal. She has been nominated several times for a Pushcart Prize. She teaches writing at the University of Maine and serves on the editorial board of Beloit Poetry Journal. She has published poetry and prose in dozens of literary journals, magazines, and anthologies, most recently in Blue Earth Review , Pank , and WomenArts Quarterly.
Boreal Books published her first collection, Pause, Traveler , in , and her second, Every Atom , this year. Response by J.
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