Thomas DeFreitas was graduated from the Boston Latin School in 1987, and attended the University of Massachusetts at Amherst for three semesters. His ghazal, “Roxbury,” was published in a recent issue of Dappled Things. He is the author of two self-published collections of verse, Hubbub and Fiddle and The Crystal Tambourine, both available through lulu.com.
Lee Evans, having spent most of his adult life in and around Annapolis, Maryland, now lives in Bath, Maine, and works for the local YMCA. His poems have appeared in such journals as The Deronda Review, The Poetry Porch and Mused. His poetry collections are available on Amazon and Lulu.com.”
Beth Impson received her Ph.D. in English from The University of Kansas and teaches literature and writing at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee. Her occasional reviews and articles have appeared in World Magazine and Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity. She and her husband, Keiller, are the parents of five, the oldest and youngest of whom serve in the Navy, and grandparents of 14.
Lydia McGrew is a housewife and home schooling mother living in Michigan. She took a PhD in English from Vanderbilt University (1995) and has published a number of works in philosophy. She is the co-author (with Timothy McGrew) of Internalism and Epistemology: The Architecture of Reason (Routledge, 2007), and her articles have appeared in journals such as Erkenntnis, Journal of Philosophical Research, and Philosophia Christi. She is a contributor to the group weblog What’s Wrong with the World.
Millie Sweeny is a 2010 graduate from Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee, where she received the Richard M. Cornelius Award of Excellence in Research Writing for her senior thesis. She has been previously published under her maiden name, Millie Jones. She is currently residing in Blacksburg, Virginia with her husband and son.