is professor emeritus of English at William Woods University. His poetry and creative non-fiction have appeared in many small press journals both in print and online. A chapbook of poems about Brazil, Season of Mangos, was published by Adastra Press (2009), and The First Three (2010) and Down Highway 281 (2011) were published by El Grito del Lobo Press. In Harm’s Way: Poems of Childhood in collaboration with Mark Vinz was published by El Grito del Lobo Press in early 2013. Wolfshohl lives with his writing, two dogs and one cat in a nine-acre woods outside of Fulton, Missouri.
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