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Matt W. Miller is the author of Club Icarus, winner of the 2012 Vassar Miller Poetry Prize, as well as the collection Cameo Diner: Poems. His work has appeared in Slate, Harvard Review, Notre Dame Review, Southwest Review, Florida Review, Third Coast, The Rumpus, Poetry Daily, and other journals. He has won several awards for his work including the Micro-Brew, Micro Fiction Prize from River Styx Magazine and the Trifecta Poetry Prize from Iron Horse Review. He is a former Wallace Stegner Fellow in poetry at Stanford University as well as a Walter E. Dakin Fellow in poetry at the Sewanee Writers’ Conferences. He teaches English and coaches football at Phillips Exeter Academy where he also directs The Writers’ Workshop at Exeter.
I am in love with the limitless quality of words. I write poetry and creative nonfiction and teach writing and literature courses as a full-time member of the faculty at Chester College of New England. A native of Western, NY, I live in New Hampshire.
Check out Ivy Page's first book of poetry "Any Other Branch" (Salmon Poetry) 2013. It sold out during the Boston AWP! You can purchase your copy now at, http://www.salmonpoetry.com/details.php?ID=284&a=234 Her second book, "Elemental" (Salmon Poetry) has also been published, and you can get a copy here! http://www.salmonpoetry.com/details.php?ID=388&a=234 Ivy Page lives in the White Mountains of New Hampshire with her husband and two daughters. Ivy Page is a writer that lives in a beautiful and fierce countryside. Her work has been published in in Boston Literary Magazine, Night Train, New Plains Review, Eleven Eleven, Poetry Quarterly, among others. It has been anthologized internationally, and two full length collections have been published by Salmon Poetry of Ireland: Any Other Branch, 2013 and Elemental, 2016. She used to teach creative, professional, and academic writing, history and communications for Plymouth State University, and Granite State College among others. She was the poet in residence for four years at D Acres in Dorchester New Hampshire where she ran the Writing Group.
Marc Paltrineri lives in New Hampshire. He is a graduate of the MFA Program in Poetry from the University of New Hampshire and helps edit the Brooklyn-based poetry journal Sun's Skeleton.