Earl Carlton Huband

Earl Carlton Huband, a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (B.A. and M.A.T.), is the author of two poetry chapbooks, The Innocence of Education (Longleaf Press, 2018) and In the Coral Reef of the Market (Main Street Rag Publishing, 2020), both based on his experiences as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Sultanate of Oman. His work has appeared most recently in journals such as The Road Not Taken and The Main Street Rag, as well as in the Pinesong Awards, Heron Clan, Flying South, and Kakalak anthologies.

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Shannon C. Ward

Raised in a renovated slaughterhouse on the outskirts of Wilmington, Ohio, Shannon Ward is author of the poetry collection Blood Creek (Longleaf Press, 2013). She received an MFA in Poetry from North Carolina State University in 2009, and she is the recipient of the 2016 Foley Poetry Prize, the 2016 White Oak Kitchen Prize in Southern Poetry, and a 2013 Nazim Hikmet Poetry Prize. Her work has received generous support from Yaddo, Willapa Bay AIR, the Eastern Frontier Educational Foundation, the Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Hypatia in the Woods, and Vermont Studio Center, and her poems have appeared in New Ohio Review, Great River Review, Tar River Poetry, and others.

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