Kelly McQuain is a professor of creative writing at Community College of Philadelphia whose poetry has appeared in Press 1, Black Heart Magazine, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia City Paper, Apiary, Certain Circuits, Kansas Quarterly/Arkansas Review, the James White Review and N.P.R.’s Tell Me More. His prose has appeared in such anthologies as Obsessed, Skin & Ink, Rebel Yell, Men on Men, Best American Erotica, Best Gay Erotica and more. He is a former editor at the Harrington Gay Men’s Fiction Quarterly. He has twice been a Pew Fellowship Finalist and he has received two Fellowships from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. His first word was uh-oh and he’s been using it ever since.