Hilary Plum is the author of the work of nonfiction "Watchfires" (Rescue Press, 2016) and the novel "They Dragged Them Through the Streets" (FC2, 2013). Recent prose and criticism has appeared in Full Stop, Bookforum, the Seneca Review, Poetry Northwest, the Massachusetts Review, and elsewhere. With Zach Savich she edits Rescue Press's Open Series. She lives, teaches, and edits in Philadelphia.
Zach Savich's fifth collection of poetry, "The Orchard Green and Every Color," was published by Omnidawn in 2016, and "Diving Makes the Water Deep," his memoir of cancer, teaching, and poetic friendship, was published in 2016 by Rescue Press. His work has received the Iowa Poetry Prize, the Colorado Prize for Poetry, the Cleveland State University Poetry Center's Open Award, and other honors. His poems, essays, and book reviews have appeared widely in journals and anthologies, including American Poetry Review, Boston Review, A Public Space, Mid-American Review, VOLT, jubilat, Best New Poets, and The New Census. He teaches in the BFA Program for Creative Writing at the University of the Arts, in Philadelphia, and co-edits Rescue Press's Open Prose Series.
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