Sheila Squillante is a poet and essayist living in central Pennsylvania. She is the author of four chapbooks of poetry, A Woman Traces the Shoreline (Dancing Girl Press, 2011), Women Who Pawn Their Jewelry (Finishing Line Press, 2012), Another Beginning (Kattywompus Press, forthcoming, 2013), and In This Dream of My Father (Seven Kitchens Press, forthcoming, 2013). Her memoir, Dead Dad Day: A Memoir of Food and My Father, is currently seeking a publisher. Her work has appeared widely in print and online journals like Brevity, The Rumpus, No Tell Motel, quarrtsiluni, MiPoesias, Phoebe, Waccamaw, Cream City Review, TYPO, Quarterly West, Literary Mama, Glamour Magazine and elsewhere.
|No. 12 - Fall 2013
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