Martha Carlson-Bradley has published three collections of poetry: Season We Canít Resist (WordTech Editions, 2007) and chapbooks Beast at the Hearth (Adastra, 2005) and Nest Full of Cries (Adastra, 2000). Her poetry has appeared in New England Review, Agenda, Alaska Quarterly Review, Carolina Quarterly, Diner, Marlboro Review, and other magazines, as well as anthologies, such as The Poetsí Grimm. The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts awarded her an Individual Artist Fellowship for 2005, and the St. Botolph Foundation awarded her a grant-in-aid in 2000. Born in Gardner, Massachusetts, she grew up in Littleton, Massachusetts, where she first began to write poetry. Now a freelance editor, she lives with her family in Hillsborough, New Hampshire, at the edge of a state forest.

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