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Kevin Carey

Kevin Carey teaches in the English Department at Salem State University. His fiction won Best of the Net in 2011 and was a finalist for The Million Writers Award in 2012. His co-written screenplay Peter’s Song won Best Screenplay at The New Hampshire Film Festival in 2009. His recent book of poetry isThe One Fifteen to Penn Station, (Cavankerry Press, N.J.) Kevin is also a seventh grade basketball coach in Beverly, Mass and a part time filmmaker. His latest project is a documentary film about New Jersey poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan, called All That Lies Between Us. 

Alex Stolis

Alex Stolis lives in Minneapolis; he has had poems published in numerous journals. His chapbook based on the last words of Texas Death Row inmates, Justice for all, is forthcoming from Conversation Paperpress (UK). Without Dorothy, There is No Going Home is also forthcoming from ELJ Publications. Most recent releases include an e-chapbook From an iPod found in Canal Park; Duluth, MN from Right Hand Pointing and John Berryman is Dead from White Sky e-books. He has been the recipient of five Pushcart nominations.

Robert Walicki

Robert Walicki's work has appeared in Stone Highway Review, Pittsburgh City Paper, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and Transient Publishing. Most recently, he has won second runner up in Finishing Line Press' Open Chapbook Competition in 2013. He lives in Verona PA where he curates a monthly reading series, VERSIFY.
 

Praise for A ROOM FULL OF TREES

What a wonderful book this is, written by someone with a glorious ear, a powerful gift for image, and enough grief to fill five volumes. 

Laurie Zupan

Laurie Zupan is a parent, teacher, poet and writer.Click to add description. Laurie has had writing work published in anthologies and magazines including Writer's Digest, Lost and Found; Plymouth Writer's Group, Ginosko, www.downtownster.com, Mamas and Papas On the Sublime and Heartbreaking Art of Parenting.

In 2001, Laurie earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from Antioch University.    

Laurie lives in Long Beach, California where she is inspired by beautiful scenes in nature as well as cities, and she loves to take photos.

Kirstin Ruth Bratt

A professor of English and pedagogy, Kirstin Ruth Bratt descends from immigrants and maintains an interest in the literature and linguistics of migrant history. She loves her sweet and thoughtful children, traveling abroad, passionate readers and writers, the theater of complex and interesting playwrights, the music of good listeners. She is especially grateful to her children, Sha-Narah and Gabriel, for their many thoughtful ways.

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