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Creative Nonfiction Writer
I live in Washington, DC and write (mostly) about India and Indonesia.
Martin has read Emily Dickinson at the Library of Congress for the Favorite Poem Project, and his reflections on “The Grass so little has to do” are included in the project’s anthology, An Invitation to Poetry, edited by Robert Pinsky, Maggie Dietz and Rosemarie Ellis. Born in Pittsburgh and raised in Pennsylvania and Southeastern Massachusetts, distance runner and lover of nature, he is the father of two sons and a daughter, and grandfather of one grandson. Martin lives in Washington, D.C., where he works for an environmental organization.
University Park, MD
Julie R. Enszer's first book of poetry, Handmade Love, was published by A Midsummer Night's Press in 2010. Her chapbook, Sisterhood, was published by Seven Kitchens Press in 2010. In September 2011, the anthology she edited, Milk and Honey: A Celebration of Jewish Lesbian Poetry will be released. Enszer lives in Maryland. She has an MFA from the University of Maryland and is currently enrolled in the PhD program in Women’s Studies at Maryland. She has previously been published in Iris: A Journal About Women, Room of One's Own, Long Shot, the Jewish Women's Literary Annual, and the Harrington Lesbian Literary Quarterly. Read more about her work at www.JulieREnszer.com and email her at JulieREnszer@gmail.com.