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Miriam’s Well in 2015.
 Allyson Whipple is an MFA student, an editor, a black belt, and a teacher. She lives in Austin, Texas, with her dog, Simon. “Anticipatience” is part of Rivers, Wings & Sky, a collaborative exhibit of Nancy Losacker’s mosaics and Norma C. Wilson’s poetry. Norma’s book Wild Iris [poems] was published by Point Riders Press of Norman, Oklahoma, in 1978. She completed a PhD in English at the University of Oklahoma that year and joined the University of South Dakota English Department, where she taught for 27 years. Her poetry chapbook, Under the Rainbow: Poems from Mojácar, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2012. Norma lives with her husband Jerry Wilson in a geo-solar house they built in rural Vermillion, South Dakota. Sally Zakariya’s poetry has appeared in numerous journals, including Tishman Review, Apeiron Review, Broadkill Review, Edge, Emerge, Third Wednesday, and Evening Street Review, and has won prizes from Poetry Virginia and the Virginia Writers Club. She is the author of Insectomania (2013) and Arithmetic and other verses (2011) and the editor of Joys of the Table, an anthology of poems about food and eating. Zakariya lives in Arlington, Virginia, and blogs at Gyroscope Review - page 60 !