Michael Brosnan is the author of The Sovereignty of the Accidental, published by the local Harbor Mountain Press. His poetry has appeared in numerous literary journals, including Borderlands and The Moth and he has written widely on inner city education. He lives in Exeter, New Hampshire and plays the Irish tenor banjo.
A "stunning book...It's as if he found the pulse of poetry…” - Naomi Shihab Nye
An interest in folk music and the labor movement led John O’Connor to a career as a folk singer and a cultural educator. His award-winning poems have been published in dozens of literary magazines including Cold Mountain and Columbia: A Journal of Literature. He lives in Pomfret, Vermont and New York.
“O’Connor knows how to braid the essential detail, the individual, and the epoch… Half the Truth is a stunning book.” – D. Nurkse
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(John O'Connor pictured above.)