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Chris Childers

Chris Childers teaches Classics and Creative Writing and coaches squash and tennis at St. Andrew's School in Middletown, DE.

Julie Stoner

Julie Stoner, a former librarian, homeschools her daughters in San Diego.  She is a regular participant at Eratosphere, Able Muse’s online workshop site.

R.S. Gwynn

R.S. Gwynn was born in Eden, North Carolina, in 1948. He attended Davidson College, where he played football, twice won the Vereen Bell Award for creative writing, and served as a member of Davidson's championship team on the General Electric College Bowl. After receiving his B.A. in 1969, he did graduate work at the Breadloaf School of English and entered graduate school at the University of Arkansas, earning the M.A. in 1972 and the M.F.A. in 1973. While a student at Arkansas, he received the John Gould Fletcher Award for Poetry.

“Equivocations in the Plainest Sign” - Greg Williamson: A Most Marvelous Piece of Luck

“Equivocations in the Plainest Sign”

Greg Williamson: A Most Marvelous Piece of Luck

(Waywiser Press, 2008)

 

Gregory Dowling

Gregory Dowling grew up in Bristol, UK, and studied at Oxford University. Since 1979 he has lived in Italy; he is a professor of American literature at the University of Venice. Apart from his academic interests he has published four thrillers, set in England and Italy, and he has written and regularly updates the sightseeing pages for the Time Out Guide to Venice. His most recent publication is a guidebook to Byron's Venice.

Deborah Warren

Deborah Warren’s poetry collections are: The Size of Happiness (2003, Waywiser Press, London), runner-up for the 2000 T. S. Eliot Prize;  Zero Meridian, which received the 2003 New Criterion Poetry Prize (2004, Ivan R. Dee);  and Dream With Flowers and Bowl of Fruit, which received the Richard Wilbur Award, forthcoming in December of 2008 (University of Evansville). Her poems have appeared in The Hudson Review, The New Yorker, The Paris Review and The Yale Review.

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