Rosemary Royston is a poet, writer, re-imaginer of things. See her Etsy site, Nostalgia Reimagined for some of her creations. Rosemary’s chapbook, Splitting the Soil, is currently available through Finishing Line Press and amazon. Her poetry and flash fiction have been published in various journals, such as: Split Rock Review, Southern Poetry Review, Appalachian Heritage, Poetry South, NANO Fiction, The Comstock Review, Main Street Rag, The Museum of Americana, Razor Literary Magazine, The Kentucky Review, Town Creek, *82 Review, KUDZU, Coal Hill Review, STILL, Literal Latte, New Southerner, Flycatcher, Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume V: Georgia, Echoes Across the Blue Ridge, Motif version 3, and Alehouse. Two of her essays are included in the anthology Women and Poetry: Tips on Writing, Teaching and Publishing by Successful Women Poets (McFarland). Books reviews have been published in Prairie Schooner, STILL, and Appalachian Heritage. She holds an MFA in Writing from Spalding University, and an AB in English from The University of Georgia. Read an interview with Rosemary at Writer’s Digest. Rosemary is an Assistant Professor of English and oversees Institutional Research at Young Harris College.