Stephen Myers, Ph.D.
The author of a book on W.B. Yeats' poetry of the 1890s as well as scholarly articles on Yeats, his own poems have appeared in journals such as Beloit Poetry Journal, The Dark Horse (Scotland), The Gettysburg Review, Poetry East, The Southern Review, and Tar River Poetry. He is also author of a full-length poetry collection titled Memory's Dog (FootHills Publishing, 2004) and two poetry chapbooks. He has been nominated several times for a Pushcart Prize and has won one. In 2015, his manuscript Last Look at Joburg won The Tusculum Review’s Chapbook Prize and in 2006 he won the Raymond Lamont Short Prose Prize awarded by the journal Quarter After Eight.
He currently lives in Center Valley, Pennsylvania. His wife, Karen, runs an academic research business. Their son, Nathaniel, is a DeSales graduate with a Ph.D. in literature from Notre Dame University. He currently teaches literature and writing courses at Notre Dame. Daughter Christy is a political operative in western Pennsylvania.