Anne Harding Woodworth’s poetry has been published in numerous journals. Her books of poetry, Guide to Greece and Back, was published in Athens, where she lived for several years. Her poetic monologue, “Skin Play,” won first prize in the Source Theatre’s 12th Annual Ten-Minute Play Competition in Washington, D.C., in 1997. She is editor of an […]
Michele Wolf is the author of Conversations During Sleep (Anhinga Press), winner of the Anhinga Prize for Poetry, and The Keeper of Light, winner of the Painted Bride Quarterly Poetry Chapbook Series. Her poems have also appeared in Poetry, The Hudson Review, Boulevard, Painted Bride Quarterly and numerous other literary journals and anthologies. The recipient of […]
Leslie Williams lives in Chicago, IL. Her poems are forthcoming in Sou’wester and Poet Lore.
Scott Walden divides his time between New York and Newfoundland, photographing and teaching philosophy in both locations. The images in the Unsettled series will be exhibited at the Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John’s, during the summer and fall 2001. He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Karla Van Vliet lives and writes in Bristol, Vermont
Rodney Torreson’s book of poetry about the New York Yankees, The Ripening of Pinstripes was published by Story Line Press in 1998. A book of his rural poems will be issued by New Issues Press in early 2001.