Jessica Jewell is the author of three collections of poetry: Dust Runner; Sisi and the Girl from Town; and Slap Leather. She is the co-editor of the bilingual collection, I Hear the World Sing. She has published widely in both academic and literary journals. Jewell is the senior academic program director for the Wick Poetry Center at Kent State University, where she also earned her PhD and MFA.
Charles Malone grew up in rural Northeastern Ohio, headed west to the Rockies, came back to the Great Lakes, and has loved all of it. His full-length collection "Working Hypothesis" is out with Finishing Line Press. It is a book that is interested in wonder, curiosity, play, and science. His chapbook "Questions About Circulation" is out with Driftwood Press as part of the Adrift Chapbook Series. He edited the collection "A Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park" with Wolverine Farm Publishing. Charles now works at the Wick Poetry Center at Kent State University coordinating community outreach programs.
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