Michele Harris received her B.A. in English Literature from Allegheny College, where she served as senior editor for the national undergraduate journal The Allegheny Review. She was awarded the Paul G. Zolbrod prize and received honors for her senior thesis, “Loosening the Knot.” Her work has appeared in The Rectangle, The Susquehanna Review, and Another Book. She is a second-year MFA student at UMass Boston, where she teaches for the OLLI program.
Linwood Rumney’s poetry has appeared in Superstition Review, Quercus Review, and Cold Mountain Review, among others. He teaches writing in Boston, where he received an MFA from Emerson College in May. He recently completed a stint as the poetry editor of Redivider and is the 2010 recipient of the fellowship in poetry from the Writers’ Room of Boston.
Matthew Salesses received his MFA from Emerson in December, where he is the retiring editor of Redivider. His fiction has or will soon appear in Glimmer Train, Witness, American Short Fiction, Pleiades, The Literary Review, Mid-American Review, and elsewhere. His chapbook, We Will Take What We Can Get, was put out by Publishing Genius.