Stanford Searl lives in Culver City, California with his wife, Rebecca Warren Searl. He has a Ph.D. in English from Syracuse University and taught at Buffalo State University College in the 1970’s. For twenty-five years, Searl was a Core Faculty member of an interdisciplinary and learner-centered doctoral program at Union Institute & University and later an English Instructor for the Los Angeles Community Colleges.
In 2005, Searl published two non-fiction books about Quaker silent worship, including Voices from the Silence and The Meanings of Silence in Quaker Worship. In 2014, he published Quaker Poems: The Heart Opened and in 2016 he published Homage to the Lady with the Dirty Feet and other Vermont Poems. Songs for Diana is his third book of poems and he is completing a poetry chapbook about Mary Dyer and other Quaker prophets and martyrs who were hanged in Boston, Massachusetts in the middle of the 17th century.Paperback: 53 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (April 19, 2019)