Bios

Catharine Savage Brosman

Catharine Savage Brosman is Professor Emerita of French at Tulane University and Honorary Research Professor at the University of Sheffield. Her latest books are Southwestern Women Writers and the Vision of Goodness (McFarland, 2016) and Music from the Lake (Chronicles Press, 2017), a collection of essays. She is currently at work on a study of poetry, for which she and a collaborator have a contract with the University Press of Mississippi.

 

Brooke Clark

Brooke Clark edits the epigrams website the Asses of Parnassus. His work has appeared in journals in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, including Arion, Literary Imagination, the Rotary Dial, the Literateur, Light, and Partisan, among others.

 

 

Alexander Pepple

Alexander Pepple founded and edits Able Muse and Able Muse Press, and also founded and directs the Eratosphere online worskshop. His poetry and prose have been or will be published in Barrow Street, River Styx, American Arts Quarterly, Light, Think Journal, Euphony, Per Contra, La Petite Zine, San Pedro River Review and elsewhere.

 

Gerry Cambridge

Gerry Cambridge is a poet, essayist and editor with substantial interest in print design and typography as well as a background in natural history photography. His recent publications include The Printed Snow: On Typesetting Poetry (HappenStance Press, 2015); Notes for Lighting a Fire (HappenStance Press, 2012); and Aves (Essence Press, 2007)—a collection of prose poems about wild birds.

 

Feng Zhi

Feng Zhi was born Feng Chengzhi in 1905 in Hebei province. He graduated from Beijing University, where he had studied German from 1921–27 and later (1930–35), studied German philosophy and literature in Berlin and Heidelberg. He published two poetry collections, Songs of Yesterday (1927) and Northern Wanderings and Other Poems (1929), and then didn’t publish for over a decade. He began writing again after fleeing Beijing for the south of China.

 

Chou Ping

Chou Ping is a professor at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. He has coedited/co-translated several books with Tony Barnstone, including Chinese Erotic Poetry (Everyman, 2007); The Anchor Book of Chinese Poetry (Anchor, 2005); and The Art of Writing: Teachings of the Chinese Masters (Shambhala, 1996).

 

 

Maryann Corbett

Maryann Corbett’s third book, Mid Evil, was the winner of the Richard Wilbur Award for 2014. She is also a past cowinner of the Willis Barnstone Translation Prize. Her poems and translations have appeared in many journals and in anthologies, most recently Measure for Measure: An Anthology of Poetic Meters. Her work has been featured on Poetry Daily, Verse Daily, American Life in Poetry, and the Writer’s Almanac.

 

 

Christine de Pizan

Christine de Pizan was the first woman in France, and possibly in Europe, known to have supported herself and her family by means of her writing. She took up the pen after the death of her husband and produced several collections of poems, but she is best known now for her prose works on the role of women, such as The City of Ladies.

 

Clare Jones

Clare Jones is a graduate of Carleton College. Her work has been recognized with fellowships from the Fulbright Program and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, where she earned an MFA in 2014.

 

 

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