Born in rockland, Maine, Lawrence K. Stanley holds an ma in english from the university of maine and a dphil from Oxford university. He has worked as a bridge painter, a maintenance man, a truck driver, an editor, and a photographer. He teaches academic and creative nonfiction and literature-based writing seminars at Brown university, where he is co-director of the nonfiction writing program.
Read his interview with TSAR in Volume 18, No. 1 of the Saint Ann’s Review.
Hebrew poet Saar Yachin, b. 1980, has published three books: Crimes Against Despair (2009), Hebrew Epitaph (2011) and /7 (2013), of which several copies were sold. He also published in newspapers and magazines which sold better. Yachin lives in Mitzpe Ramon, earns an easy living as a translator, and occasionally plays the flute. His interests include Bach.
Photo by Shiri Bar-On.
Read his interview with TSAR in our Spring 2014 Issue.