Denise Bergman is the author of Seeing Annie Sullivan, poems based on the early life of Helen Keller’s teacher, and The Telling (forthcoming). She conceived and edited City River of Voices, an anthology of urban poetry. Her poems are widely published. An excerpt of her poem Red, about a neighborhood slaughterhouse, is permanently installed in Dana Park, Cambridge.
H. Susan Freireich lived and worked in the civilian communities caught in El Salvador’s civil war and is writing a book about the experience. Her work has appeared in Poetic Voices Without Borders (2005), The Best Women’s Travel Writing 2007, and The Best Women’s Travel Writing 2008
Molly Lynn Watt wrote Strains of 1963 (forthcoming), Consider This—commissioned for Across the Ages Dance, Civil Rights Update—paired with Dr. King’s I Have a Dream in Dallas Schools, George & Ruth: Songs & Letters of the Spanish Civil War,Shadow People; she curated Fireside Readings, was poetry editor at HILR Review and Bagelbard Anthology 1-4.
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