Susan Roney-O’Brien has published Legacy of the Last World (Word Poetry, 2016) and two chapbooks, Earth (Cat Rock Publications, 2011) and Farmwife (winner of the William and Kingman Page Poetry Book Award, Nightshade Press, 2000). Her poems have been exhibited, read and discussed as part of the Massachusetts-based 4x4 Poet and Artist Collaborative as well as published in the group’s anthology, Echo & Spark (2017). Her work features prominently in Scenes and Seasons of a Small New England Village by Leonard A. Haug (2017). Susan works with international students and local writers, and curates a monthly poetry venue, is a board member of the Worcester County Poetry Association, and is the summer writing series coordinator for the Stanley Kunitz Boyhood Home in Worcester, Massachusetts. Her work has been published widely and translated into Braille and Mandarin. She lives in Central Massachusetts with her husband, photographer Philip O’Brien.