Lauren Camp works in the confluence of visual, musical and literary worlds. She is the author of two books of poetry, This Business of Wisdom (2010) and The Dailiness (2013), winner of the National Federation of Press Women Poetry Prize.
Taylor Brorby is an essayist, poet, and environmentalist. He received his M.A. in Liberal Studies from Hamline University in 2013, and is currently pursuing his MFA in Creative Writing and Environment at Iowa State University.
Click on image for full bio… Todd Davis is the son of a veterinarian and United Methodist lay minister and the grandson of subsistence farmers. His poetry offers portraits of the cycles of birth and death in the woods and streams of his homeground in Pennsylvania.
Melissa Tuckey is a poet, writer, and editor with a background in environmental and social justice activism. She has worked as a professional writer and community organizer in the military toxics movement. Tuckey is co-founder of Split This Rock, a national literary organization dedicated to poetry of provocation and witness.
Currently based in Texas, Tammy Gomez is a poet, multimedia performer, and playwright/director. As award-winning poet (Best Poet of Austin, Austin Chronicle, 1997), she has performed throughout the U.S., and in Mexico and Nepal.
Ann Fisher-Wirth, Professor in the English Department at University of Mississippi, is the daughter of a career Army officer and an English teacher. Her most recent book, Mississippi, is a beautiful collection of poetry and photography with the acclaimed photographer Maude Schuyler Clay.