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Tim J. Nelson (also Timothy Jos. Nelson) received his bachelor’s degree in communication from Towson University and a master’s in professional writing from Towson. In addition to his freelance writing and editing, Tim teaches college composition as an English adjunct in Maryland. A diverse writer, Tim has published both fiction and non-fiction. His homage to Kerouac, and the city of its title, "A San Fran Serious," was published by Sacramento Free Press as part of its Poems-for-All chapbook series. Other poems have appeared in Poets’ Ink, a Maryland State Poetry & Literary Society broadside, Grub Street, and the online journal, Yes, Poetry (www.yespoetry.com). His music and cultural reviews can be found online at PopMatters.com and Glide magazine, among others. Tim was an invited poet presenter to Towson University English Department's 2008 Spring Reading Series.
Greg Nicholl lives in Baltimore and works in academic publishing. He grew up in Washington state and received his MFA in poetry from Sarah Lawrence College.
I am an Assistant Professor of English at Salisbury University in Maryland. I received my M.A. in Creative Writing from USF in 2006 and my Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Missouri in 2012. My poems, "Autumnal," "Daily," "Labwork," "Door of Birds" & "Garage Door" were recently featured on Verse Daily.