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Mr. Blaine was the editor and founder of the Delmarva Review, published by the Eastern Shore Writers’ Association. He currently serves on the advisory board of The Broadkill Review.   Michael’s chapbook, Murmur (Bay Oak Publishing), was the winner of the 2005 Dogfish Head Poetry Prize.  A few publications his poems have appeared in are The Rockhurst Review, Baltimore Review, Georgetown Review, Modern Haiku, Frogpond, Ribbons, and American Tanka. He has also been in the English Journal and Chesapeake Bay Magazine.  Michael was the 2006 Delaware Fellowship of the Arts recipient in the field of Poetry. Michael grew up on the Eastern Shore in the mostly agricultural town of Laurel.  He is an Ole Miss alumni and holds a Master’s Degree in English from Salisbury University.  He is currently teaching in his seventeenth year at Laurel High School and teaches English classes at Delaware Technical and Community College.
Dennis Forney is the publisher of the Delmarva Quarterly, a literary magazine full of work from artists and writers on the Delmarva Peninsula. He also publishes the Beach Paper, a summer guide, and the Cape Gazette newspaper, a twice weekly newspaper covering the Cape Region. He writes Barefootin', a weekly column and a blog on Sussex County, Delaware.
H. A. Maxson is Vice President of Bay Oak Publishers, LTD. He is the author of four collections of poetry, a novel, and a study of Robert Frost's sonnets. He is coauthor of seven works of historical fiction for young readers.
Richard Peabody, a prolific poet, fiction writer and editor, is an experienced teacher and important activist in the Washington, D.C. community of letters. He founded Gargoyle Magazine in 1976 and co-edits the mag today with Lucinda Ebersole. He is the author of the novella Sugar Mountain, three short story collections, and seven poetry collections, as well as editor of numerous anthologies including Mondo Barbie, Mondo Elvis, Conversations with Gore Vidal, and A Different Beat: Writings by Women of the Beat Generation. Peabody teaches fiction writing for the Johns Hopkins Advanced Studies Program.
Kim Roberts is the author of three books of poems, most recently Animal Magnetism, winner of the Pearl Poetry Award (Pearl Editions, 2011), and is editor of the anthology Full Moon on K Street: Poems About Washington, DC (Plan B Press, 2010).   She has been editing Beltway Poetry Quarterly, an online journal of authors from the greater Washington DC region, since January 2000.
Guest Editors
2012
JoAnn Balingit
2013
Jeff Coleman
2014
Billie Travilini
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