poetry

Richard Wakefield

Richard Wakefield teaches writing and American Literature at Tacoma Community College and the University of Washington-Tacoma.  For over twenty-five years he has been a contributing literary critic for the Seattle Times.  His collection of poetry, East of Early Winters, received the 2006 Richard Wilbur Award, and his poem “Petrarch” won the 2010 Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award.  His poetry, criticism, and fiction have appeared in Sewanee Review, American Literature, The Midwest Quarterly, Atlanta

 

Alyce Miller

Alyce Miller’s most recent book is Water, winner of the Mary McCarthy Prize for Fiction. Other awards include the Flannery O’Connor Award, Kenyon Review Award, Lawrence Prize, and numerous honorable mentions and distinguished citations in Best American Stories/Essays, O. Henry Prize anthology, and Pushcart Prize anthologies.

 

 

Stephen Collington

Stephen Collington studied English and East Asian studies at the University of Toronto and comparative literature and culture at the University of Tokyo. He has published essays in two previous issues of Able Muse (volumes 7 and 10), and in recent years he has served as a moderator for Able Muse’s online poetry workshop Eratosphere. Samples of his poetry and other writing may be found online through the good offices of such publications as 14 by 14, Soundzine and The Flea.

 

Philip Morre

Philip Morre lives and works in Venice, Italy. He has recently published After Fra Angelico e altre poesie (La Spina, Galliera Veneta, 2009: pamphlet, parallel text English/Italian), and Here’s to the Home Country (Rack Press, Wales, 2010: pamphlet).