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j.d. daniels` fiction and poetry has appeared in various publications, including: The Broad River Review, The Sylvan Echo, The Elkhorn Review and Doorknobs & BodyPaint Fantastic Flash Fiction: An Anthology. She received a prize for poetry from Emerson College/Cambridge University, is a recipient of an Iowa Arts Council grant and is listed in the Iowa Arts Directory and The Iowa Center of the Book. Her book, The Old Wolf Lady: A Biography was published in 2005. She was awarded her doctoral degree for her collection of poems, Currents That Puncture. Presently, she is co-founder and an editor of Prairie Wolf Press Review. Her edgy, contemporary novel inspired by Lolita, Grasshopper is in the universe seeking an agent/publisher.
Winter Haven, FL
Growing up as a sixth-generation Floridian on a citrus farm, John Davis Jr. understood from an early age the unique rhythms and energies that come from agriculture. Much of his early work was inspired by those farm experiences. The beautiful and pragmatic sensations inherent to growing crops became a constant in the pastoral works of his youth. Since those formative poetic years, the geographic and stylistic scope of Davis's work has broadened. But even now, his ancestors and their land manage to slip their imagery and diction into his poems.
Neil de la Flor, born in Hollywood, Florida, earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Miami. His first book, Almost Dorothy, won the 2009 Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize and will be published in January 2010. In addition, his literary work has been published in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Barrow Street, Sentence, 42opus, Scene360, Court Green and other literary journals on the web and in print. In 2006, Facial Geometry (Neo Pepper Press), a collaborative chapbook of triads co-authored with Maureen Seaton and Kirstine Snodgrass, was published.