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Lois Roma-Deeley is the author of three collections of poetry. High Notes, a Paterson Poetry Prize finalist, is her third collection and forms the basis of a jazz opera for which she is writing the libretto. She was named 2013 U.S Professor of the Year-Community College by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and CASE. She’s published in twelve national anthologies including Villanelles (Everyman's Library, Pocket Poets Series). Roma-Deeley has won numerous awards and honors for her poetry. Her poems appear in numerous literary journals in the U.S. and Canada. In collaborations with visual artists on several ekphrasis projects, Roma-Deeley’s poems have been exhibited nationally and internationally. She’s taught creative writing at the graduate and undergraduate levels and served for poetry co-editor for PKP Forum for ten years.