Sean Cole’s poems have appeared in Court Green, Black Clock, Pavement Saw and other magazines. He’s also the author of the chapbook Itty City (Pressed Wafer) and a collection of postcard poems called The December Project (Boog Literature). His poem “Freehand” will be included in the forthcoming anthology Starting Today: 100 Poems for Obama’s First 100 Days (University of Iowa Press). Sean is a reporter for public radio and lives in
Arlington, MA – gateway to Lexington where The Revolution began.
Wendy S. Walters’ work resides at the intersection of the poem, essay and lyric drama. She is the author of Longer I Wait, More You Love Me (2009) and a chapbook, Birds of Los Angeles (2005), both published by Palm Press (Long Beach, CA). Walters’ poetry has been recognized with residency fellowships from Breadloaf, MacDowell and Yaddo, and her poems have recently appeared in Callaloo, HOW2, Natural Bridge, Seneca Review and the Yalobusha Review, among several others. Her lyric and personal essays have been published or are forthcoming in Seneca Review, Seattle Review, and Harper’s Magazine.