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Until 2003, David M. Harris had never lived more than fifty miles from New York City. Since then he has married, acquired a daughter and a classic MG, and gotten serious about poetry. All these projects seem to be working out pretty well. His work has appeared in Pirene's Fountain, Gargoyle, The Labletter, The Pedestal, and other places. He is modestly active on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/david.m.harris1. He also has a science fiction series novel (Bill, the Galactic Hero: the Final Incoherent Adventure, written with Harry Harrison) and a collection of essays (Democracy and Other Problems), both out of print.
Maggie Hess was raised on a tobacco farm with a barn, a creek, and a beautiful view in Southwest Virginia until the age of four when she moved in to her family’s new urban homestead in Bristol, Tennessee. A student at Berea College, last year Maggie worked at BC NOW! in the news writer position which she is excited that she will continue to hold this year. Developing writing as a theme of her life, Maggie is an English major with a concentration in Writing. She has had her poems published in internationally recognized magazine, Friends Journal, and has received numerous awards for poetry and essays. Maggie was one of the Spring 2010 honorees with the May B. Smith English Composition Award. Former Maryland Poet Laureate, Linda Pastan, awarded Maggie the Leidig Poetry Prize at her first college, Emory and Henry. In her spare time, Maggie likes walking, swimming, drinking chamomile tea, and meditating at Quaker Meeting.