James P. Stobaugh has four home educated adult children. He is deeply committed to the new emerging homeschool leadership community.
Jim was a Merrill Fellow at Harvard University and holds a B.A. cum laude from Vanderbilt, an M.A. from Rutgers University, an M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary, and a D.Min. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
An experienced teacher, he is a recognized leader in homeschooling and has published several books for students and teachers.
Jim is also a Presbyterian pastor. He pastors Covenant Presbyterian Church near his home. He lives near Hollsopple, Pennsylvania, and travels widely to speak at conventions about literature, teaching, and education.
Edward Morin is from Chicago, where he earned degrees in English at University of Chicago and Loyola University. His poems have appeared in Hudson Review, Ploughshares, and Prairie Schooner.
Collections of his poems include Labor Day at Walden Pond (1997) and The Dust of Our City (1978). He wrote a chapbook titled Housing for Wrens from Cervena Barva Press in September 2016.
His co-translations of modern Greek and Chinese poems have appeared in Iowa Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, and Poetry Miscellany. He edited and co-translated an anthology, The Red Azalea: Chinese Poetry since the Cultural Revolution (U. of Hawaii Press, 1990) and a book of poems by Cai Qijiao.
Recent co-translations of Arabic poems have been published in Banipal: Magazine of Modern Arab Literature, The Dirty Goat, and Asymptote. He is editor of the Poetry Society of Michigan's journal, Peninsula Poets, and co-hosts the Crazy Wisdom Poetry Series in Ann Arbor.