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Since founding Subsynchronous Press in 2000, Hillary Lyon has acted as editor for two small press poetry journals, The Laughing Dog, and Veil: Journal of Darker Musings. She’s the author of 18 chapbooks, and her poems have appeared in journals as varied as Avocet, Dreams & Nightmares, EOAGH, Eternal Haunted Summer, From the Depths, Gutter Eloquence, The Midwest Quarterly, Poetry Northwest and Red River Review. Unrelated to poetry, she appeared, briefly, as the uncredited "all-American Mom with baby" in Timothy Gassen’s 2007 indie-short, "Vote for Zombie." She lives in Tucson, Arizona. Visit Hillary on the web here.
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Helen Bar-Lev was born in New York in 1942. She holds a B.A. in Anthropology. She has lived in Israel for 42 years, currently in Metulla with her poet/partner, Johnmichael Simon. Helen has held over 90 exhibitions of her landscapes, 33 of which were one-person shows. Her poems and artwork have appeared in numerous online and print anthologies. www.helenbarlev.com Cyclamens and Swords and other poems about the land of Israel, and The Muse in the Suitcase, both with Johnmichael Simon, illustrated by Helen. In Moonlight the Sky Will Slide with Katherine L. Gordon. EVERYTHING TODAY, a non-what-you-expect book of poetry about colours with her colour illustrations, is her latest collection. Helen is Senior Editor of Cyclamens and Swords Publishing, www.cyclamensandswords.com Former editor-in-chief of Voices Israel Annual Anthology, current Secretary of Voices Israel Group of Poets in English. She was also the global correspondent and contributing editor for SKETCHBOOK, A Journal for Eastern and Western Short Forms http://poetrywriting.org/ until it disappeared into cyberspace without a trace.
The following work is Copyright © 2013, and owned by Helen Bar-Lev and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
The Beach in March
A scattering of shells