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Joseph Meredith has been a scorer of tests, a driver of limos, a remover of dead bodies, an extra man at funerals, a haunter of thrift stores, a collector of boxes, a teacher of some small note, for thirty-five years, a poet of even smaller note, for forty years, a husband, father, friend. He has published two books of poetry, Hunter's Moon: Poems from Boyhood to Manhood (1993) and Inclinations of the Heart (2010), and his work has appeared in periodicals and anthologies such as Threepenny Review, Southwest Review, Four Quarters (before an overfed president killed it), Irish Edition, Janus, Mickle Street Review (electronic incarnation), Writers' Bloc, and American Scholar. He resides in New Jersey.