George Korolog lives in Woodside, California. He works in the left hemisphere of the world with a right hemisphere brain. Somehow, he makes it work. His poetry and fiction has been widely published in over forty print and online journals such as Word Riot, Forge, Punchnels Magazine, Naugatuck River Review, Blue Fifth Review, Poets and Artists Magazine, Red River Review, Poetry Quarterly, Connotation Press, The Chaffey Review, Riverbabble, Grey Sparrow Journal and many others. His poem “From Tending Sheep to Confusion on the Amtrak 10:50” was awarded second prize in the 2011 Tom Howard/John H. Reid Poetry Contest. He was a runner-up for The 2012 Contemporary American Poetry Prize for his poem, “Soul Stone.” He has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and is an active member of The Stanford Writers Studio.
Paperback: 54 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books/Aldrich Press (November 13, 2012)