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South Magazine and Crab Fat Magazine, as well as non-fiction—his piece on the Beats in Tangier was published in an India-based literary journal, Café Dissensus. Although he has traveled widely looking for music, his hometown of Chicago has ultimately provided the widest cultural range of anything one would want. He lives with a demanding, one-eyed Persian cat.


STEPHEN GRIGGS is a composer, performer, and writer with two awards from Chamber Music America/ASCAP for Adventurous Programming of Contemporary Music. His musical practice focuses on connecting history, music, and place related to social justice in Seattle. His writing can be found at http://stevegriggsmusic.blogspot.com and his music at http://stevegriggsmusic.com. His writing has been reprinted in Rhythm in the Rain (Ooligan Press) and Creative Colloquy Second Anthology. Griggs is currently working on a biography of Detroit saxophonist Joe Brazil.


PENNY HARTER is published widely in journals and anthologies, and her literary autobiography appears as an extended essay in Contemporary Authors. Her twenty-two books and chapbooks include The Resonance Around Us (2013), One Bowl (2012), a prizewinning e-chapbook of haibun, Recycling Starlight (2010), The Beastie Book (2009), an illustrated alphabestiary, and The Night Marsh (2008).


Harter was a featured reader at the 2010 Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, and she has won three poetry fellowships from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts; the Mary Carolyn Davies Award from the Poetry Society of America; the first William O. Douglas Nature Writing Award for her work in the anthology American Nature Writing: 2002; and two residencies from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (January 2011 and March 2015). Learn more about Harter and her work at www.penhart.wordpress.com and www.2hweb.net/penhart.


KEVIN HAWORTH is a 2016 National Endowment for the Arts fellow and director of the low- residency MFA program at Carlow University in Pittsburgh. His books include the novel The Discontinuity of Small Things, the essay collection Famous Drownings in Literary History, and the limited edition essay chapbook Far Out All My Life. His collection of essays about writing, Lit from Within: Contemporary Masters on the Art and Craft of Writing, co-edited with Dinty W. Moore, was recognized as an American Library Association Outstanding Title, as one of Writer magazine’s Top 10 Writing Books, and featured in Poets & Writers’ Best Books for Writers List. He has held residencies at Vermont Studio Center, Headlands Center for the Arts, and Ledig International Writers House. He recently participated in “Public Writing, Public Libraries,” a public art project, in which his essays were printed on the windows of libraries throughout the state of Iowa.


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