Janet MacFadyen is the author of A Newfoundland Journal (Killick Press) and two chapbooks: In the Provincelands (Slate Roof Press) and In Defense of Stones (Heatherstone Press). Her work has been nominated for the Forward and Pushcart prizes, and has appeared in numerous journals, including The Atlanta Review, Crannóg, The Malahat Review, Osiris, Poetry, and Terrain. In addition to a fellowship at the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, she has had residencies at Cill Rialaig (Ireland) and the Fowler and C-Scape dune shacks in Provincetown. She works as a freelance editor and teaches community poetry workshops. She lives in the tangled woods of western Massachusetts.
Dos Madres poets Jane MacFadyen and Fred Muratori, will be reading from their books 6pm, July 12, 2018 at Buffalo Street Book in the Dewitt Mall, Ithaca, NewYork.
Fred Muratori is an alumnus of Fairfield University and of the graduate creative writing program at Syracuse University, where he studied with Philip Booth and W.D. Snodgrass. He is the author of two prior full-length poetry collections, The Spectra (Stockport Flats Press, 2011) and Despite Repeated Warnings (Basfal Books, 1994), as well as a chapbook, The Possible (State Street Press, 1988). His poems and prose poems have appeared widely in journals such as The Iowa Review, New American Writing, Hotel Amerika, Poetry, Denver Quarterly, Verse, River Styx, and Stone Canoe; in the anthology series The Best American Poetry and The Best of the Prose Poem; the textbook Writing Dangerous Poetry; and on the Poetry Daily web site. His reviews of contemporary poetry can be found in Boston Review, American Book Review, Library Journal, Manhattan Review, and Notre Dame Review, among others. A recipient of poetry writing grants from the New York State Council on the Arts and the Saltonstall Foundation, he lives in Ithaca, New York and works as the Bibliographer for English-language Literature, Theater and Film at the Cornell University Library.