Peter Money: his work has been found in The American Poetry Review, Provincetown Arts, The Wallace Stevens Journal, Talisman, The Hawaii Review, The North Dakota Quarterly, Origin, Hunger Mountain, Rivendell, Napalm Health Spa, in the City Lights’ anthology Days I Moved Through Ordinary Sounds, and on Garrison Keillor’s The Writer’s Almanac, among others. His books include These Are My Shoes (1991), Finding It: Selected Poems (2000), To day — Minutes Only (2004) with Iraqi exile modernist Saadi Yousef, the CD Blue Square, and the underground novella, Che (2006 -2008). He has been founder or cofounder of the literary magazines, Writers Bloc (1985), Lame Duck (1988), and Across Borders (2005). He lives on a foothill of Mt. Ascutney, in Vermont, with his librarian wife and son and daughter. He directs a new Associate of Arts program at Lebanon College in NH and teaches courses such as “A Seminar In Form and Flux” at The Center For Cartoon Studies in VT.