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Lorene Delany-Ullman
Lorene Delany-Ullman
 
Lorene Delany-Ullman’s book of prose poems, Camouflage for the Neighborhood, (Firewheel Editions, 2012) was the winner of the 2011 Sentence Award. In addition, she has most recently published creative nonfiction and poetry in AGNI 74, Cimarron Review, Zócalo Public Square, Naugatuck River Review, and Chaparral. Her poems have been included in anthologies such as Beyond Forgetting: Poetry and Prose about Alzheimer’s Disease (Kent State University Press, 2009) and Alternatives to Surrender (Plain View Press, 2007).
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Anna Leahy
Anna Leahy
 
Anna Leahy’s Constituents of Matter won the Wick Poetry Prize, and her poetry appears in literary journals and anthologies, most recently A Face to Meet the Faces, City of the Big Shoulders, and Becoming. Anna Leahy co-writes the blog Lofty Ambitions (http://loftyambitions.wordpress.com), and her nonfiction appears in The Pinch, The Southern Review, and other venues. She edited the book Power and Identity in the Creative Writing Classroom and publishes articles about creative writing pedagogy and the profession.
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Louise Mathias
Louise Mathias
 
Louise Mathias was born in Bedford, England. She grew up in Suffolk and, later, Los Angeles. She is the author of two full-length poetry collections: The Traps (Four Way Books, 2013) and Lark Apprentice (New Issues Press, 2004) which won the 2003 New Issues Poetry Prize. Her chapbook, Above All Else, the Trembling Resembles a Forest, won the Burnside Review Chapbook Competition and was published by Burnside Review in 2010.
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Amy Newlove Schroeder
Amy Newlove Schroeder
 
Amy Newlove Schroeder's first book, The Sleep Hotel, received the Field Prize and was published by Oberlin College Press in 2010. A founding editor of the literary journal POOL, Amy now teaches writing at USC. Her poems and essays have appeared in American Poetry Review, Boston Review, Witness, Field, Colorado Review, and Ploughshares.
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Mary Menzel
Mary Menzel