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Mike Schneider began writing poetry in the early 1970s, when he published an anti-war “underground” newspaper at an air force base in Ohio. In Pittsburgh since the mid-70s, he’s been a lawyer, teacher, activist and award-winning freelance writer. His poems have appeared in many journals, including Hunger Mountain, Notre Dame Review, Shenandoah, New Ohio Review and Poetry. In 2012 he received the Editors Award in Poetry from The Florida Review. He published a chapbook, Rooster (Main Street Rag, 2004), and more recent work (selected by Richard Foerster) won the 2016 Robert Phillips Prize from Texas Review Press, which will publish his chapbook How Many Faces Do You Have? in 2017.