KENNETH SALZMANN. Ken Salzmann has been active in literary programming and publishing since the 1970s, when he began working with New Virginia Review in a marketing and development capacity. Over the years, he has administered a long-running and highly regarded series of readings and workshops, co-edited an award-winning anthology of poetry and prose, and served as a poetry judge for several international competitions, while continuing to create his own work. His poetry has appeared in numerous print and online journals and magazines–among them Comstock Review, Stockholm Review of Literature, Antiphon, Rattle, Medicinal Purposes, Piedmont Literary Review, Afterthoughts, Sow’s Ear Poetry Review, California Quarterly, Chronogram, Verse-Virtual, Better Than Starbucks, Tipton Poetry Review, Chiron Review, and others, and in such anthologies as Riverine: An Anthology of Hudson Valley Writers, Stories of Music, Obama-mentum, Beloved on the Earth: 150 Poems of Grief and Gratitude, The Heart of All That Is, Love You Madly, and Reeds & Rushes Pitch, Buzz & Hum. Formerly a journalist and an arts administrator, he now lives and writes in Ajijic, Mexico, and Upstate New York.
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