Shelby Allen* is a poet and writer who has published in The New York Times and Boston Globe, among other venues.
Scott Axelrod*^ (Pete and Patty) is a mathematician, physicist, and creative writer.
Mary Buchinger (Two Love Stories) is a professor of English, the author of four poetry books, and the president of the New England Poetry Club.
Denise Freed*(Droste Effect) is a theoretical physicist and improvisational dance artist.
Kimberly Gladman *^ (multiple contributions) runs Tandeta Books.
Naomi Myvraagnes* (Hasidic Tale, In Search of Things Lost) is a poet, fiction writer, and literary scholar.
Greta Ode (multiple contributions) edits the Tandeta Journal.
Danielle Polemeni (Gettin’ Hygge With It) is an English teacher and activist in Columbus, Ohio. She thanks her husband and kids for encouraging her to explore.
Coeur Rebelle (A Woman of Will) is a novelist.
Hillary Sallick (What Do You Make Of It) is the author of two poetry books, an educator, and the vice-president of the New England poetry club.
Keith Tornheim* (Penned Up) is the author of five poetry books and a professor of biochemistry.
Susan Tornheim* (Home Is Where) is a fiber and mixed media artist.
*Contributors marked with an asterisk are members of the Shir Hadash Reconstructionist havurah in Newton, Massachusetts.
^Contributors marked with a carrot-mark are members of the socially responsible or “ESG” investment movement in the United States.
Table of Contents
Cover: Murphy by KImberly Gladman
Publisher's Note: Kimberly Gladman
Getting Hygge With It: Danielle Polemeni
What Do You Make Of It: Hilary Sallick
In Search of Things Lost: Naomi Myrvaagnes
Hasidic Tale: Naomi Myrvaagnes
On Cats: Heidi Modica and Kimberly Gladman
Two Love Stories: Mary Buchinger
All of this is to say: Greta L. Ode
from A Woman of Will: Coeur Rebelle
Indigenous Economics: Kimberly Gladman
Tears for Sous Vide: Kimberly Gladman
from Shorting the Earth: Kimberly Gladman