Alan Feldman has been traveling this year in the Baltic, the Mediterranean, and the Caribbean since his wife, the artist Nan Hass Feldman, was hired to teach on a cruise ship. He has poems forthcoming in Arroyo, Ploughshares, and The Yale Review and continues to offer his free, drop-in poetry workshops at the Framingham and Wellfleet libraries.
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