Holly Pettit

The Colonel, Thinking of His Japanese Translator, Writes to His Wife

Holly Pettit a former Army Intelligence Analyst, attended Harvard Divinity School, where she began writing poetry. Later she served as 2003 Visiting Writer to Romania, and attended The Creative Center of New York's Program for Art in Hospitals. She is a moderator at the Zeugma workshop. Her poetry appears in AGNI, Antietam Review, Borderlands, The Canary, Comstock Review, Exquisite Corpse, Many Mountains Moving, Mississippi Review Online, Potomac Review, Rattle, Texas Poetry Journal, and Xavier Review as well as other journals. Her first book-length collection, For One Who Lives on the Mainland, is forthcoming from Pecan Grove in 2009. Holly Pettit’s vox page can be found here.