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Mike Schneider began writing in the early 1970s when he published an anti-war "underground" newspaper at an air force base in Ohio. He now lives in Pittsburgh, where he's been a lawyer, teacher and freelance writer. His poems have appeared in many journals, including Cimarron Review, Notre Dame Review, Chautauqua, Hunger Mountain and POETRY. His chapbook Rooster was a runner-up in the 2004 Main Street Rag chapbook competition. His poetry book reviews appear in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh's City Paper. He received a 2003-04 Creative Artists Stipend in Arts Commentary from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. The Florida Review awarded him its 2012 Editors Award in Poetry.