Two Thieves & a Liar: Poems in Collaboration
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November 25, 2012
7.52 X 9.25 X 0.36 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author
Neil de la Flor is a teacher, writer, and multidisciplinary magician born and raised in South Florida. His publications include Sinéad O'Connor and Her Coat of a Thousand Bluebirds (Firewheel Editions, 2011), co-authored with Maureen Seaton and winner of the Sentence Book Award; Almost Dorothy (Marsh Hawk Press, 2010), winner of the Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize, and Facial Geometry (Neo Pepper Press, 2006), co-authored with Maureen Seaton and Kristine Snodgrass. His literary work, both solo and collaborative, has appeared in Hayden's Ferry Review, Barrow Street, Pank, Prairie Schooner, Indiana Review, and Court Green, among other journals. He is also the performance arts journalist for Knight Arts Blog, his altered-ego can be found at www.almostdorothy.wordpress.com, and he can be reached at www.neildelaflor.com Maureen Seaton's most recent poetry collections are Stealth, with Samuel Ace (Chax Press, 2011), Sinéad O'Connor and Her Coat of a Thousand Bluebirds, with Neil de la Flor, (Firewheel Editions, 2011, Sentence Book Award), and Genetics (Jackleg Press, 2012). She is the author of a memoir, Sex Talks to Girls (University of Wisconsin Press, 2008, Living Out Series), winner of the Lambda Literary Award for lesbian memoir. She has also won a Lammy and the Iowa Poetry Prize for Furious Cooking, an NEA fellowship, two Pushcarts, and the Audre Lorde Award. She writes "Glit Lit,"celebrating poets, at http: //almostdorothy.wordpress.com/category/themes/glit-lit/ and you can also find her at www.maureenseaton.com and at the University of Miami, where she teaches poetry. Kristine Snodgrass' poetry has been published in decomP, Otoliths, Versal, 5_Trope, Big Bridge, Shampoo, Coconut, and elsewhere. She is the author of the chapbooks Put the Pie Away Quietly and Without Fervor (Cy Gist Press 2012); Fledgling Starlet (Grey Book Press 2009); and Facial Geometry, with Neil de la Flor and Maureen Seaton (NeO Pepper Press, 2006). Kristine is a recent Hambidge Fellow and the founding editor of CaKe, a journal of poetry & art from Florida A & M University, where she is Assistant Professor of English. The three have been collaborating since 2004.