Featuring Alice Teeter, Judy Rosemarin, and Dan Graveley.
Alice Teeter, a native Floridian, graduated from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg. Her fifth book of poetry, Mountain Mother Poems, was published in February of this year. She taught beginning and intermediate poetry writing at Emory University in Atlantic for three years and is an Associate Editor for Calamaro in Atlanta. Alice is a member of Alternate ROOTS, a service organization for artists doing community-based work in the Southeast; a member of the Artist Conference Network, a national coaching community for people doing creative work; and a member of the Atlanta Women’s Poetry Collective.
Judy Rosemarin, Career Coach and co-author of Becoming An Exceptional Executive Coach is founder of Sense-Able Strategies, Inc., a 34 year old Career Management and Executive Coaching consulting firm.She was the original CareersPlus columnist for the New York Post, taught at New York University and Baruch College in New York City, and is now an instructor at Ringling College Life Long Learning Academy where she will be teaching Influential Listening Skills.
Dan Graveley was born in Dear Lodge, Montana. Besides teaching English, he has worked as cowhand, a laborer, a "mud-hop" at a railroad freight yard, once as a gravedigger with his father (he was operating the backhoe), an office clerk, a cannery worker, a warehouse man ... while managing a resort in Wisconsin, as a plumber, carpenter, electrician, grass cutter, boat bailer, dock builder, roofer, bat catcher, raccoon and skunk remover. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Montana in Missoula where he studied with Richard Hugo. He published his first book of poetry in 2008.