Thomas Walton is the author of The World Is All That Does Befall Us (Ravenna Press, 2019), and a collaborative book about Rome (with Elizabeth Cooperman) The Last Mosaic (Sagging Meniscus Press, 2018).
He is one of three editors of Make It True Meets Medusario (Pleasure Boat Studio, 2019), a bi-lingual poetry anthology, and author of the micro chapbook, A Name Is Just A Mane (Rinky Dink, 2016). He has a book of aphorisms and otherisms - All The Useless Things Are Mine - coming out from Sagging Meniscus in spring of 2020. He has been published in several journals, including Pontoon, Floating Bridge, ZYZZYVA, Bombay Gin, Crab Creek Review, and others.
He is founding editor of PageBoy Magazine and teaches math and zen badminton classes in Seattle, WA.
Thomas wants to make it very clear that he loves his parents, no matter who they are.
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Elizabeth Coopermanis co-editor (with David Shields) of the anthology Life Is Short—Art is Shorter (Hawthorne Books, 2014) and co-author with Thomas Walton ofThe Last Mosaic, a poetic guidebook to Rome.
Her work has appeared in Writer's Chronicle, Seattle Review, 1913: A Journal of Forms, and other journals.
She's attended the Ragdale Foundation Residency, as well as 360 Xochi Quetzal Residency Program in Chapala, Mexico as an artist-in-residence.
Elizabeth is Art Director at PageBoy Magazine, and teaches sporadically as an adjunct professor in the University of Washington’s English Department.
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