Benjamin Aleshire, Editor & Publisher
BENJAMIN ALESHIRE is an artist based in Burlington, VT. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Poetry East, Green Mountains Review, Seven Days, Barrow Street, and others. His play, ‘Gauvain the Good Knight’, won the 2009 Nor’Easter Playwright Competition, and he recently palced 3rd for the Neil Shepard Poetry Prize. Benjamin’s first book, Dropped Apples, was published with a grant from the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. He will be in residence at the BCA Center during the autumnof 2012. A member of Green Door Studio, his black & white photography has been exhibited throughout Vermont. He tours every winter with folk singing group The Renewal Chorus, and plays cornet for the Vermont Joy Parade.
Robert McKay, Associate Editor
ROBERT MCKAY Robert McKay is from Burlington, Vermont. Recent poems appear in ditch, Siren, Measure, and others, and criticism in Visions of Joanna Newsom (Roan Press, 2009) and The Occupied Oakland Tribune.
Edie Rhoads, Associate Editor
EDIE RHOADS studied at the University of Virginia and completed her MFA as a New York Times Fellow at NYU. Her poems have appeared in Blackbird, Indiana Review, and Post Road. Edie has read from her first book of poems, The Day Bat, at the 2011 Burlington Book Festival and at the PoemCity celebration in Montpelier. Recently she contributed an article about the Burlington literary scene for Poets & Writers. She is currently pursuing a graduate degree in education at the University of Vermont.
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The Salon is also made possible through a partnership with Burlington City Arts, North End Studio, and Green Door Studio. Special thanks go out to Ben Bergstein of the Vermont Performing Arts League, Jon Turner of Seven Star Art, and Eric Ford & Ted Olson of BCA. Also to Raychel Severance for her excellent graphic design work over the years. The Salon and Honeybee Press are published in part through support from the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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