Lisa Lutwyche has been a published poet since she was seventeen, nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2000. At night, for the last two decades, she has taught creative writing (and watercolor) at community arts centers. She teaches special needs groups in the Fine and Performing Arts department of Cecil College in Maryland, proudly writing and producing an annual play with one of the groups since early 2008. Lisa also teaches creative writing to home-schooled teenage girls. Lisa has a BFA in painting, a BA in Art History, and her MFA in creative writing from Goddard College in Vermont this year. Lisa met her British poet/actor husband through a creative writing class she taught in 1995. Her one-act plays, The Fall, and Getting the News, were produced at Old Academy Players in Philadelphia. She is currently working on two full length plays, two novels, a memoir, and several poetry collections. Shakepeare’s Sister Fellow; Desert Delight Contributor.