Elisabeth Weiss holds a BA from Hamilton College and an MFA from The University of Iowa Writer’s Workshop. She has worked in publishing in New York and taught poetry in preschools, prisons, and nursing homes as well as to the intellectually disabled. She teaches writing and literature at Salem State University and at North Shore Community College. Elisabeth helps produce the Massachusetts Poetry Festival. Her poems have appeared in London’s Poetry Review, Porch, Crazyhorse, Ibbetson Street Review, the Birmingham Poetry Review, The Mud River Poetry Review and the Paterson Literary Review. Her new chapbook, The Caretaker’s Lament was published by Finishing Line Press in August.
Timothy Quigley’s award-winning stories have appeared in the Chariton Review, Line Zero Journal of Art and Literature, La Ostra Magazine, Writer’s World as well as online publications. He is a script writer for CIDLabs LLC and is currently working on two short films: one animated, and the other a live action adapted from his short fiction. His novella, Kissing the Hag, was published by Pixel Hall Press in early 2015. He teaches writing at Salem State University and Wentworth Institute in Boston.