Marsha Pomerantz‘s poems and prose have been published in journals in the US, UK, and Israel, and she has translated poetry, short fiction, and a novel from the Hebrew. Her poetry collection The Illustrated Edge was named as one of the year’s Best Poetry Books by Boston Globe. Her writing has been supported by two residencies at the MacDowell Colony, and she has twice been a finalist for the Poetry Society of America’s Robert H. Winner Award.
Ann McArdle has published nine nonfiction books, and her short short story “Tomorrow” appeared in the premiere issue of the journal Pear Noir! and aired on the Words to Go podcast. She is recipient of a Vermont Studio Center Residency Fellowship.
David Daniel is the author of the poetry collections Seven-Star Bird (winner of the Larry Levis Prize) and the forthcoming Ornaments & Other Assorted Love Songs. Recent essays on both poetry and music, along with excerpts from his memoir, The Fall-Down Diet, have appeared or are forthcoming in a number of journals and anthologies. He was Poetry Editor of Ploughshares for more than a decade, and he is the founder and producer of WAMFEST: The Words and Music Festival.