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He’s had poems in many magazines and online, including: The Georgia Review, Poetry, Poetry East, Blackbird, Poetry Northwest, Atlanta Review and Bellevue Literary Review, with poems forthcoming in Southern Humanities Review, Prairie Schooner and Stand Magazine (U.K.) among others. He has poems in Poetry after 9/11: An Anthology of New York Poets (Melville House Publications, 2002 ) and Visiting Walt (a Whitman anthology from the University of Iowa Press, 2003.) He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, the poet Pui Ying Wong. RICHARD VETERE’S published novels include the critically acclaimed The Third Miracle (Simon & Schuster) and Baroque (Bordighera Press), The Last Detective (Seagull Press) and his published books of poetry include Memories of Human Hands (Manyland Books) and A Dream of Angels (Northwoods Press). He co-wrote the screenplay adaptation of The Third Miracle starring Ed Harris and Anne Heche, directed by Agnieskza Holland and produced by Francis Ford Coppola. His other feature films include Viglante (called a cult-classic by the NY Times) and How to Go Out on a Date in Queens and the teleplay stage adaptation of his play, The Marriage Fool starring Walter Matthau and Carol Burnett, which was the highest rated CBS TV movie ever. His stage plays published by Dramatic Publishing and produced around the world include Caravaggio; Machiavelli; One Shot, One Kill; Gangster Apparel, The Engagement among many others. His Last Day just had its world premiere at Gloucester Stage and three of his ten minute plays have been anthologized in Smith & Kraus since 2009. In 2006 the Frank Melville Library at Stony Brook created the Richard Vetere archives. He holds a master’s from Columbia in Comparative English Literature and has written movies and TV show for ABC, CBS, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, New Line Cinema and A&E. He was just made a Lifetime Member of the Writer’s Guild and his play One Shot, One Kill produced at Primary Stages was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. He is currently teaching a playwrighting workshop in the master’s program at NYU. He was born and still lives in NYC. JAMES K. ZIMMERMAN is the winner of the 2009 Daniel Varoujan Award and the 2009 & 2010 Hart Crane Memorial Poetry Awards. His work appears or is forthcoming in anderbo.com, The Bellingham Review, Rosebud, Inkwell, Nimrod, and Vallum, among others. He is also currently a clinical psychologist in private practice, and was a singer/songwriter in a previous life.

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