Carol Frith
Carol Frith's poetry has appeared in Seattle Review, The Hurricane Review, Sierra Nevada Review, The MacGuffin, Willow, Main Street Rag, Spillway, Midwest Quarterly, Quarter after Eight, American Poetry Journal, Measure, The Literary Review, Asheville Poetry Review, Clackamas, Smartish Pace, Cutbank, Chariton Review, River Oak Review, Switched-On Gutenberg and others.

Her chapbooks are Moving Like a Blue Flame (winner of the 2001 Medicinal Purposes chapbook competition), In and Out of Light (Bacchae Press, 2002), and Never Enough Zeros (co-winner of the Fall 2001 Palanquin Press Chapbook competition).

With her husband, Laverne, she co-edits the poetry journal Ekphrasis. She received a "Special Mention" listing in the 2003 Pushcart Prize Anthology, and has two sonnets in the anthology Sonnets: 150 Contemporary Sonnets (University of Evansville Press, 2005).