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
was born in 1978 in Botoêani in the north of Romania. His first book, borcane bine legate, bani pentru înc² o s²pt²mîn², came out in 2002 (jars
has published poems, short stories, plays, essays, and translations from French, German, and Russian in magazines such as Poetry, The Paris
is the proprietor of Yes Books in Portland, Maine. His translations of Venezuelan poet Manuel Ruano have previously appeared in The Café Review.
is co–founder of the Crested Butte Music Festival ( www.crestedbuttemusicfestival.com,) Founding Editor and Publisher of Conundrum Press,
has received the Theodore Roethke Prize and twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. His poems have appeared widely in journals and
is the author of Psalms in Time, Finishing Line Press, 2008. She was the 2005 recipient of The Sara Henderson Hay Poetry Prize, given by The
is an English–born poet, long–time resident of New York’s Lower East Side. His newest title, Hearth, is available from Talisman
a friend of Dan Sociu who is a student in Bucharest.