his poems, essays, and reviews have appeared in Night Train, The Apalachee Review, Poet Lore, Bad Subjects, and The Explicator, among others, and
is a native Mainer with three books of poetry to her credit, the most recent, Drowning: A Poetic Memoir, was published by Moon Pie Press in 2008.
holds an M.F.A in poetry from Vermont College and has been published in Leaves by Night, Flowers by Day; Collecting Moon Coins II; Diner; The
earned a M.F.A. in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College and a Ph.D. in English from the University of Georgia. Her poems have appeared in Atlanta
is a nurse, nurse practitioner, hospital administrator, a father, and a poet. He studied poetry at Binghamton, the New School, and in workshops,
Adam J. Sorkin recent books of translation include Memory Glyphs, a volume of three Romanian prose poets (Twisted Spoon, 2009); Ruxandra