Howard W. Robertson is a poet and fiction writer who lives in Eugene, Oregon. He has published ten books of poetry, including Hope Speaks in 2016; three books of fiction, including Love in the Cretaceous in 2017; and a screenplay titled
The Forge. He has received numerous awards for his writing, including the following: Aesthetica Award; International Merit Award; Sinclair Poetry Prize; Jack Straw Award; Elizabeth R. Curry Award; Robinson Jeffers Prize; Bumbershoot Award; et al. His poems have been anthologized often, including in Terra Incognita; Moments before Midnight; Watching the Perseids; Literal Latté Anthology; Where We Live Now; Jack Straw Anthology; The Clear Cut Future; Emily Dickinson Awards Anthology; and Ahsahta Anthology. His poems and stories have been published in many literary journals, most recently in 2019 in the Aesthetica Annual. For many more details about Howard W. Robertson, go to howardwrobertson.com.