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RICHARD FENIGSEN was born in Poland and served in the Polish Army in World War II, and received his M.D. from the University of Lodz in 1951. He emigrated from Poland in 1968 and worked in Danish and Dutch hospitals until 1990. He has published three books and is the author of dozens of medical articles. His memoir A Long Journey to Russia is an account of his youth during World War II as a Polish Jew in Soviet Russia.
ANARA GUARD studied writing at the Urban Gateways Young Writers Workshop of Chicago, the Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts, and the Bread Loaf Writers Conference in fiction. She attended Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, and Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science in Boston. A poet and short fiction writer, she is the author of The Sound of One Body - Stories from Back Pages Publishers. She resides in the Boston area and Sacramento.
GREGORY LAWLESS is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and a recent finalist for the National Poetry Series Competitiion. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Third Coast, Pleiades, The National Poetry Review and many others. He lives outside of Boston and is the author of the chapbook Foreclosure, published by Back Pages.
MICHAEL SHAPIRO is a mathematician, playwright, cartoonist, an unreconstructed old hippie and has a grumpy old cat. He is the illustrator of Leviathan, a 20-page chapbook poem by Daniel Wuenschel, published by Back Pages.
JONATHAN WEINERT is the author of the poetry collection In the Mode of Disappearance and co-editor of the volume Until Everything Is Continuous Again: American Poets on the Recent Works of W.S. Merwin. He is the 2012 recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council Award. He is the author of 13 Small Apostrophes a chapbook of poems published by Back Pages in 2013. He lives outside of Boston.
DANIEL WUENSCHEL was born 1968 in Philadelphia and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Author of chapbook-length poem Leviathan, he works at the Cambridge Public Library.
FRANZ WRIGHT is the author of over a dozen works of poetry and translation and received the Pulitzer Prize for his collection Walking to Martha's Vineyard. In 2011, Back Pages Published his chapbook of alternating prose and poetry pieces entitled Kore He is also the author of Lesson, a letterpress typeset broadside poem produced in two forms (blue and white) by Back Pages Publishers and the Quercus Press. It was originally published in collection God's Silence.
HOWARD ZINN was an acclaimed historian, activist, and playwright. Born in Brooklyn, New York he served as a bombardier in World War II and received a Ph.D. from Columbia University. He taught at Spelman College and Boston University and authored of over twenty books including A Power Governments Cannot Suppress and the bestselling People's History of the United States. Zinn's State of the Union: Notes on an Obama Administration was the first book published by Back Pages Publishers.