Jerome Charyn

Charyn captures the melancholy of life, his prose gets under your skin and makes you ache.

Maggie Smith

Beautiful, clear lines that speak directly to your center.

Janwillem van de Wetering

His Amsterdam Cop series brings the spirit of Zen into the mystery novel.

Terence Hayes

His “sonnets for my past and future assassin” bites hard into the current American condition.

Annie Dillard

Her “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek’ was my first introduction into how beautiful prose could be.

Keith Welch lives in Bloomington, Indiana where he works at the Indiana University Herman B Wells library. He has poems published in The Tipton Poetry Journal, Open: Journal of Arts & Letters, Dime Show Review, and Literary Orphans, among others. He enjoys complicated board games, baking, talking to his cat, Alice, and meeting other poets. His website is keithwelchpoetry.com.

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