Authors & Illustrators
Anne Brandt, author of Philip & Phoebe, was a freelance writer for twenty-five years and still found time to create and promote her own work. Anne has written children's stories, short fiction, plays, poems, novels, and a collection of personal essays titled The Square Root of Someone. In addition, she has been an active blogger since 2004 and recently won several honors for her flash fiction. She also plays "at" the piano. Fore more information, visit Anne at annebrandt.com.
Kevin Carollo has loved writing and animals since reading Charlotte’s Web all on his own in the early ‘70s. He teaches world literature and writing at Minnesota State University Moorhead. A contributor to Rain Taxi Review of Books, he has won Cream City Review’s Beau Boudreaux Prize for Poetry, been thrice a finalist for The New Guard’s Knightville Poetry Prize, and been twice nominated for a Pushcart. One or Two Letters Gone Missing is his ode to Beth Gregory, his partner’s mother, who was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s. Look for it in 2017.
Annie Poon is an illustrator and animator based in New York City. She learned to draw as a child by copying characters off cereal boxes and comic books. Her animation, “Runaway Bathtub,” is in the permanent collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art. Currently, she is working on a book of etchings and finishing her first album of experimental music. Visit Annie at anniepoon.com.