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Kathleen Clauson writes short fiction, which has been praised for the beautiful imagery and memorable characters. Her story blend real Chicago landmarks with the rich culture, languages, and traditions of Chicago's ethnic neighborhoods. Her first novella, "Eva Galuska and the Christmas Carp" was recently published.
I have written poetry most of my life. I also work as an editor of Illinois Racing News, a publication for the Illinois Thoroughbred Breeders and Owners Foundation, and I live on a small horse farm in northern Illinois with my husband. I have three grown children. I am also an associate editor of Kentucky Review and FutureCycle Press.
Nina Corwin is the author of two books of poetry, The Uncertainty of Maps and Conversations With Friendly Demons and Tainted Saints. Her work has appeared in ACM, Forklift OH, Hotel Amerika, New Ohio Review, Southern Poetry Review, Verse and has been nominated for the Pushcart prize. Corwin is an Advisory Editor for Fifth Wednesday Journal and curates readings at Woman Made Gallery in Chicago where she co-edited Inhabiting the Body: A Collection of Poetry and Art By Women. She has read and performed her work across the country, at times set with musical or choreographic compositions. In daylight hours, she is a psychotherapist known for her work on behalf of victims of violence.