On the Poets

Atar Hadari was born in Israel, raised in England, and studied poetry in the United States. His debut collection, Rembrandt’s Bible is forthcoming from Indigo Dreams in 2013 and his Lives of the Dead: Poems of Hanoch Levin is forthcoming from Arc Publications in 2014.

Tania Runyan's poems have appeared in dozens of periodicals, including Poetry, Atlanta Review, Indiana Review, and The Christian Century. Her most recent collection of poetry is Thousand Vessels (WordFarm, 2011).

Heidi Thorsenis a young, itinerant Stanford alumna with roots in Los Angeles and the Bay Area. She graduated with honors from the Stanford Feminist Studies Department for her creative thesis project Inclusive Language: Rediscovering Women in the Bible through Poetry.

Marjorie Stelmach's most recent volume of poems is Bent upon Light (University of Tampa Press). Without Angels is scheduled for publication in 2014 by Mayapple Press. Her first book, Night Drawings, was selected by David Ignatow to receive the Marianne Moore Prize, and a selection of her poems received the first Missouri Biennial Award.

Maryanne Hannan has published poems in The Christian Century, Christianity and Literature, Windhover, Anglican Theological Review, Spiritus, Clare, and The Other Journal. She lives in upstate New York. Her website is www.mhannan.com.

Mary M. Brown is Professor of English at Indiana Wesleyan University and an editor of The Steinbeck Review. She has published poetry in many journals including Fourth River and The Christian Century.

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