Sept 13, 2016
Tom Daley was a machinist for many years and now serves on the faculty of the Online School of Poetry and leads writing workshops at the Boston Center for Adult Education and Lexington Community Education. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in a number of journals including The Boston Globe, Witness, Crazyhorse, Massachusetts Review, 32 Poems, Fence, Harvard Review, Conte, Barrow Street, Prairie Schooner, Poetry Ireland Review, Diagram, and Rhino and have been anthologized in the Poets for Haiti anthology Hacks: Ten Years of Grub Street, and The Body Electric.
Michael Todd Steffen --Michael Todd Steffen’s poems and articles have appeared in Connecticut Review, Poem (HLA), ACM (Another Chicago Magazine), Ibbetson Street, Wilderness House Literary Review, Muddy River Poetry Review, and in the window of the Grolier Poetry Bookshop. He curates the Hastings Room Poetry Series in Cambridge, Mass.
Mark Pawlak---Mark Pawlak is the author of six poetry collections and the editor of as many anthologies. His latest books are Reconnaissance, Jefferson's New Age Salon: Mashups and Matchups (poems, Cervena Barva Press 2010) and When We Were Countries: Poems and Stories by Outstanding High School Writers, fourth in a series of anthologies of the "best" writing by teens (Hanging Loose Press, 2010). For the past 30 years Pawlak has been an editor of the Brooklyn-based Hanging Loose, the oldest independent literary journal and press in the country.
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