Natalie Shapero is the Professor of the Practice of Poetry at Tufts University and an editor at large of the Kenyon Review. Her poetry collections are Hard Child and No Object, and her writing has appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, The Nation, Granta, and elsewhere. She lives in Somerville.
Richard Waring’s poems have appeared in the Ars Medica, Comstock Review, Sanctuary, Contact II, the American Journal of Nursing, Mothering, JAMA (the Journal of the American Medical Association), and other publications. He has been anthologized in The Pocket Poetry Parenting Guide, Rough Places Plain: Poems of the Mountains, and The Unitarian Universalist Poets: A Contemporary American Survey. His first full collection of poetry, What Love Tells Me, was published by Word Poetry in 2016. He has hosted the Workshop for Publishing Poets reading series for the past decade, currently happening at the West Newton Y. He is a senior layout artist for the New England Journal of Medicine.
Anna M. Warrock’s publications include From the Other Room, winner of the Slate Roof Press chapbook contest, and the chapbooks Horizon and Smoke and Stone. Her work appears in the anthology Kiss Me Goodnight, Poems and Stories by Women Who Were Girls When Their Mothers Died, Minnesota Book Award Finalist, for which she also wrote the introduction. Her poems have appeared in a number of magazines, such as The Madison Review, Harvard Review, The Sun, Phoebe, and Poiesis. They have also been set to music, performed at Boston’s Hayden Planetarium, and permanently installed in a Boston-area subway station. She has held seminars on understanding grief and loss through poetry. She lives in Somerville. (www.AnnaMWarrock.com)
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