S. A. Bartfay lived for several years with two cats in a red house on a hill in Buckland, Massachusetts. She has a B.A. from UMass Amherst and an M.F.A. from Goddard College. She was a finalist in the Glascock Inter-Collegiate Poetry Competition at Mount Holyoke College and a fellow in the Younger Poet’s Seminar at Bucknell University. She has received grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Grafton Arts Lottery Council. In addition to the chapbook Wild Things, her work has appeared in The Worcester Review, The Onion River Review, and Exquisite Corpse. Last known, she headed off toward Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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