Neil de la Flor's publications include Sinead O'Connor and her Coat of a Thousand Bluebirds (Firewheel Editions, 2011), co-authored with Maureen Seaton and winner of the Sentence Book Award, Almost Dorothy (Marsh Hawk Press, 2010), winner of the Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize, and Facial Geometry (NeoPepper Press, 2006), co-authored with Maureen Seaton and Kristine Snodgrass. He teaches writing and literature at Barry University, Miami Dade College and Nova Southeastern University, blogs at www.almostdorothy.wordpress.com, and can be reached at www.neildelaflor.com. He loves broccoli soup.
Maureen Seaton's most recent books are Sex Talks to Girls, a memoir from the University of Wisconsin Press (2008), winner of the Lambda Literary Award; and Cave of the Yellow Volkswagen, her sixth solo book of poems (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2009).
They've had collaborative prose and poetry in Gulf Coast, Prairie Schooner, Indiana Review, Coconut, H_NGM_N, Encyclopedia Vol. 2, and many other venues. Their first poetry collection, Sinead O'Connor and Her Coat of a Thousand Bluebirds, won the Sentence Book Award and is due out in 2011.