Celeste Schantz’s poems appear in Stone Canoe, Writers Resist, Mud Season Review, One Throne Magazine and other journals. She was recently a finalist in Fugue Literary Journal’s annual writing contest, and her first essay is forthcoming in their Spring ’19 issue. She has poetry forthcoming in two anthologies, one through AROHO and one on poetry about autism. She has studied with the poet and author Marge Piercy. Schantz works for the public library. She lives with her teenaged son in Upstate New York, where she supports his differently-abled schooling and inclusion programs and champions autism rights. She’s currently writing her first book of poems.
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