Sam Witt is poetry editor of Jaded Ibis Press and author of the poetry collections, Everlasting Quail (UPNE, 2001), winner of the Katherine Nason Bakeless Prize, and Sunflower Brother (Cleveland State University Press, 2006). Awards include the Red Hen Press Poetry Award, Pitch Poetry Award and Meridian Editors’ Prize. Individual poems and articles have appeared in Virginia Quarterly Review, Los Angeles Review, Boston Review, Georgia Review, Wired, Computerworld, San Francisco Chronicle, Black Warrior Review and New England Review, among many others. He has taught at Harvard University and Whitman College and is now Assistant Professor of English, Creative Writing, at Framingham State University. More at www.samwittpoetry.com.
From the artist“Earley’s A Map of Everything, like all great fiction, strikes a chord of truth. The book provides a landscape where the reader can see both the fragility and endurance inherent in the human condition. Having the book act as a catalyst for my own art has been a truly unique experience. I’m incredibly grateful to be contributing my voice to this cross-genre artistic endeavor.”
Anne Austin Pearce