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Sandra Tyler Author of Blue Glass, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and After Lydia, both published by Harcourt Brace; awarded BA from Amherst College and MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University; professor of Creative Writing on both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including at Columbia University (NY), Wesleyan University (CT),
Richard Malinsky Lyrical abstract painter whose work is recognized regionally, nationally and internationally. His work has garnered awards from adjudicated museum exhibitions, art associations, and prominent galleries throughout the United States. Recently he received the Special Distinction Award at MIAB- Portugal International Biennale 2016. He is represented in the permanent collections of The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA; The New Britain Museum of American Art,
New Britain, CT; RCA Corporate Art Collection, New York, NY; University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT; Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA; Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA; and numerous private collections throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. www.
and Manhattanville College (NY); production freelancer for Glamour, Self, and Vogue magazines; freelance editor; a 2013 Voices of the Year; judge for annual Stony Brook University’s national fiction contest and 2016 Central Coast Writer’s contest. www.
Sara London Her first poetry collection is The Tyranny of Milk (Four Way Books), and her second , Upkeep, is forthcoming in 2019. Her poetry has appeared in The Hudson Review, Poetry East, The Iowa Review, Poetry Daily, AGNI Online, Salamander, The Common, among others. She is also the author of two children’s books (HarperCollins and Scholastic). Other writing has appeared in venues such as Art New England, Provincetown Arts, The Cape Cod Times, The Iowa Review, and Design Times. She earned her MFA in poetry from University of Iowa; worked as managing editor for The Iowa Review; as an editorial assistant at Scribner’s; as fiction editor for Seventeen magazine, and poetry editor for Special Report. She presently teaches at Smith College, MA.
Dewitt Henry Founding editor of Ploughshares literary magazine; awarded the Commonwealth Award in 1992; has authored The Marriage of Anna Maye Potts (winner of the Peter Taylor Prize for the Novel) and two memoirs, Safe Suicide: Narratives, Essays, and Meditations and Sweet Dreams: A Family History; edited five anthologies, including Sorrow’s Company: Writers on Loss and Grief; graduate of Amherst College, MA, and Harvard University, MA; attended MFA program at University of Iowa; Professor Emeritus of Emerson College, MA.
Donald Kolberg Sculptor, painter, art marketer, and writer. His artwork has been exhibited throughout the United States in museums and galleries. He has been featured in an NBC short documentary and numerous print and zine publications. He is founder of ArtCore, an international newsletter; and conducts workshops on marketing and art techniques including workshops on creating Strappo’s, a dry transfer acrylic monotype. A graduate of California State University, Los Angeles, his master work was continued at Otis Art Institute. Additionally, he produced Periscope Up, an independent television production for a Pennsylvania PBS station. His artwork has been included in the publication Sculpture and Design with Recycled Glass.

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