Rose Kelleher was born in 1964, grew up in Massachusetts and earned her B.A. in English at UMass Boston. She has worked as a technical writer and programmer, and authored four computer books and numerous technical articles. Since rediscovering poetry in recent years, she has published poems and essays in a variety of magazines – including Anon, Atlanta Review, the Dark Horse, First Things, iota, Measure, the Shit Creek Review, Snakeskin and Verse Daily – and been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize. She lives with her husband in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
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