Poet Don Winter says: I went from being owner of Southeast Real Estate to poverty after a 1998 divorce and have since taken up the poem, to try to keep my head on straight. I have had work in around 400 journals, including New York Quarterly, Southern Poetry Review, Pearl, Slipstream, Hiram Poetry Review, and Nerve Cowboy. I have published a chapbook of my poems, Things About to Disappear (Bone World Publishing), and a collaboration with another poet, Robert L. Penick, entitled Beware the Madmen (Another Mule Press). My new collection, On the Line, appears in late April (Bone World Publishing). These collections are distributed by New York Quarterly. My poems have been nominated for 9 Pushcarts, and I co-edit Fight These Bastards magazine.
Artist Anne Bradfield lives in Seattle and owns a floral design studio (www.floressencedesign.com). With a background in printmaking and an appreciation for good reads, she thinks broadsides capture the best of both worlds.
- Image: Excerpt from “11:00, November,” serigraph, 22″ x 29″