ANHINGA PRESS STAFF

KRISTINE SNODGRASS
Co-director


Kristine is an arts administrator and editor, handling daily operations as well as manuscript acquisitions and editing.  

Kristine's poetry and writing have been published in chapbooks, journals, and in the books Two Theives and a Liar, a collaborative collection with Neil de La Flor and Maureen Seaton, as well as The War on Pants, a solo collection.  Both books are published by JackLeg Press.

Kristine is Assistant Professor at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida where she teaches first year writing and poetry classes.  

CAROL LYNNE KNIGHT
Co-director 

Lynne edits and designs books. She is a past president of the Anhinga Board of Trustees and has been co-director of the press for about 12 years.

Her book of poems, Quantum Entanglement, was published by Apalachee Press in 2010. Her poetry has appeared in Louisiana Literature, Tar River Review, Comstock Review, Redactions, Iconoclast, So to Speak, The Ledge, Slipstream, Broome Review, and in the anthologies Off the Cuffs (Soft Skull Press), Touched by Eros (Live Poets Society), and Beloved on the Earth, (Holy Cow! Press). She is a winner of the Penumbra Poetry Prize, and is a fellow of the Hambidge Center for the Arts and the Bowers House. She is the co-editor of Snakebird: Thirty Years of Anhinga Poets.

JAY SNODGRASS
Co-director 

Jay edits and designs books and administers the Anhinga-Robert Dana Prize for Poetry.  Jay is currently resident artist at both the Artist Collective of Thomasville and resident poet at Small Craft Advisory Press where he collaborates on artist books and letter press editions.. His poetry has been published in chapbooks, journals, and anthologies. He is author of Monster Zero (Elixer Press) and The Underflower (Word Tech Editions). Jay teaches literature and composition and rhetoric at Southwest Georgia Technical College in Thomasville, Georgia. He lives in Tallahassee, Florida with his wife Kristine Snodgrass and daughter Abby.  You can find Jay at 621 Gallery, Railroad Square Arts Park, on First Fridays typing poems on demand.

Rick Campbell is Director Emeritus of Anhinga Press.