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Born in New London, CT, April 11, 1956; grew up in Virginia and Trinidad, British West Indies. Studied at The Colorado College, Bread Loaf, B.A. in English from University of West Florida, Master of Library Information Studies from the University of Alabama. Taught English as a Second Language for 4 years on Okinawa, Japan. Friends call her The Resourceress. Lifelong rider who delights in working and schooling Andalusian and Lipizzanner horses. Formerly an academic department head, now proudly serving as Patient Medical Librarian for the Veteran's Administration Medical Center in Alexandria. Yes, I truly do work for the Library at Alexandria.
Lucy Biederman is a poet and critic, the author of four chapbooks, and a PhD candidate in English Literature/Creative Writing at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette. She received an MFA in poetry from George Mason University in 2010 and has received scholarships from the Tin House Summer Writers Workshop and the Squaw Valley Community of Writers. Her poems have appeared and are forthcoming in journals including Denver Quarterly, The Laurel Review, and Unsplendid. Lucy is also a prolific critic and book reviewer. She regularly reviews new poetry for Jewish Book World and has contributed reviews to Sink Review, Coldfront, and other journals. As a reviewer she focuses on female authors and feminist themes. Her critical essays have appeared in West Branch and A Sense of Regard: Essays on Poetry and Race (U of Georgia P, 2014).
New Orleans, LA
Joseph Bienvenu lives in New Orleans where he teaches Latin and English at a local high school. His full-length collection of poetry Atom Parlor was recently published by BlazeVox Press.