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Mount Pleasant, SC
Frances J. Pearce has a poetry chapbook Those Carolina Parakeets Once Far from Extinct available from Finishing Line Press. She is currently seeking representation for her completed novel.
Bryan Penberthy is an American poet. Born in Dearborn, Michigan, he was raised near Leavenworth, Kansas. He received his B.A. from Kansas State University in 2000, and his M.F.A. from Purdue University in 2003. During his time at Purdue, Penberthy served as Poetry Editor for Sycamore Review. His debut collection of poetry, Lucktown, was awarded the National Poetry Review Book Prize and was published in 2007. His poetry has appeared in many journals, including Crazyhorse, Coal City Review, New Orleans Review, River Styx, Bat City Review, and Poetry International, as well as online by Blackbird and Verse Daily. His work has also been anthologized in "And Know This Place: Poetry of Indiana" and "Seeking: Poetry and Prose Inspired by the Art of Jonathan Green." Penberthy has taught at Purdue University, at the Charleston Air Force Base through the City Colleges of Chicago’s Programs for the Military, Trident Technical College, and Summerville High School. He currently serves as the Arts & Sciences Department Head for ECPI University in Charleston, South Carolina.
Jennifer R. Pournelle has lived in ten states and eight countries. She received her doctorate in anthropology and archaeology from the University of California–San Diego. After leaving the U.S. Army, she spent time as a professional editor before embarking on her current career as an environmental anthropologist and archaeologist. Her poems have appeared in Parnassus Literary Journal and Minerva. She lives with her partner in Columbia, South Carolina, where Pournelle is a research assistant professor with the University of South Carolina School of the Environment.
Ramsey received his Ph.D. from Tulane University in 1998 and currently teaches in the Department of History and Philosophy at Lander University. He was awarded the Martin Luther King, Jr. distinguished service award by the University of Idaho in 2005 for public activism in support of civil rights and racial tolerance, and he received the George C. Rodgers, Jr. book award in 2008 from the South Carolina Historical Society.