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Chapbook, INLAND IS PARENTHETICAL, Dryad Press. Other collections: THE AMPUTATED LIFE, THE CHALK LINE, THE VERTICAL LANDSCAPE
Christine Stewart is program director for arts in education, literary arts, and children's events with the Maryland State Arts Council and director of Maryland's Poetry Out Loud program. A former artist-in-residence with Creative Alliance in Baltimore, she is the founding director of the wildly successful Write Here, Write Now workshops, and editor of the first anthology from the program, Freshly Squeezed, published by Apprentice House Press at Loyola College. She has a M.A. and M.F.A. in creative writing and poetry, is the recipient of a Ruth Lilly Fellowship, a Pushcart Prize nominee, and has been published in Poetry, Ploughshares, Blackbird, The Cortland Review, and other literary magazines. She has taught at Carver Center for Arts & Technology, Odyssey Program at Johns Hopkins, and the Baltimore Museum of Art. Her work with non-profits such as My Sister’s Circle (Baltimore), CityLit Project (Baltimore), Venice Arts (Venice, California), and WriteGirl (Hollywood, California) focused on mentoring and leading workshops for children and teens ranging from 6-18 years, in which writing was mixed with photography, painting, collage, music, and movement.
Cabin John, MD
I’ve Taught poetry at Georgetown Univ. for 12 years. I most recently I taught at Univ. of Texas. A few years ago I was Fulbright Professor of Poetry & American Culture in the Balkans. For over 34 years I’ve been editor/publisher of Visions-International. Have five books of poetry & over 500 poems published in: America, Seattle Rev., Confrontation, The Hollins Critic, Soundings East, Poet Lore, & anthologies: 2003 Struga Festival anthology, Blood to Remember, etc.. I also have had several Fellowships over the past few years including at the Univ. in Leuven, Belgium.