Winifred Hughes is a writer and editor living in Princeton, NJ. Her poems have appeared in Poetry, Poetry Northwest, Atlanta Poetry Review, International Poetry Review, and The Literary Review, to name a few. "Dyslexic" has been recorded for the Poetry Foundation's permanent audio collection. She has received two independent artist fellowships from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Her critical study, The Maniac in The Cellar: Sensation Novels of the 1860s, was published by Princeton University Press. She is a member of the U.S. 1 Poets' Cooperative and Princeton Research Forum.
Franklin Zawacki grew up in California. He received a writing scholarship to Brown University and became Rhode Island's first writer-in residence. A novel he was writing about a 16-year-old city boy who wanted to be a farmer was destroyed twice. Recent scenes from it have been surfacing as poetry,he reports, including "Roadsiding Hay."
"Another Summer Evening" will be published by Southern Poetry Review.