Zara Raab lives in Berkeley, but she grew up on the North Coast, where her ancestors farmed, raised cattle and harvested tan oak. Her poems appear in River Styx, Crab Orchard Review, Evansville Review, and elsewhere. Her most recent book is Swimming the Eel (David Robert Books, 2011).
Jeanne Wagner is the recipient of several national awards, including the MacGuffin Poet Hunt, the Ann Stanford Prize, the Briar Cliff Review Award and the 2011 Inkwell Prize, judged by Mark Doty. Her poems have appeared in Spoon River Poetry Review, RHINO, Cincinnati Review, Alaska Quarterly Review and PBS website’s Poem of the Week. She has five collections of poetry, the most recently, In The Body Of Our Lives, was released by Sixteen Rivers Press in 2011.
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