was first anthologized in 1980. Her poetry has appeared in many journals. Her prose includes a Buddhist hospice manual, Instructions for the Transitional State (Vimala, 2007). A thirty-year collection, House Of The Unexpected (Wild Ocean Press, 2012) and six chapbooks have also been published, most recently Street Warp (Omerta Press, 2013). Her poems have been featured in various journals and anthologies such as Beatitude Golden Anniversary 1959–2009, Big Scream, The Cafe Review, Abalone Moon, the Haight Ashbury Literary Journal, and others. She has been performing her work with her husband, poet David Meltzer, in the San Francisco Bay Area and elsewhere. Visit the website at www.julrogers.com.