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I consider myself a "semi-formalist," writing in forms but not exclusively. I live in the Bronx in New York. I have worked asthe Grants and Gifts Manager for Habitat for Humanity-New York City and taught a poetry workshop at Caring Community. I continue to have poems published in many literary magazines and several anthologies, and have a collection of work on the online formal poetry site at www.hypertexts.com.
Creative Nonfiction Writer
New York, NY
Monica Wesolowska is the author of the Holding Silvan: A Brief Life with an introduction by Erica Jong (Hawthorne Books, 2013). A memoir, Holding Silvan explores the love and ethics behind choosing to forgo medical intervention for a newborn son. Her fiction has appeared in many literary journals including The Carolina Quarterly, Quarter After Eight and Literary Mama as well as in anthologies such as Best New American Voices. She has been an instructor at UC Berkeley Extension for over a decade. See www.monicawesolowska.com for more.