Editors

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Robbin Farr,         Founder, Co-Editor

Former high school literature teacher, creative writing instructor, and literary magazine sponsor, Robbin is excited to begin a new career as co-editor of the River Heron Review along with fellow writer, J. Adams Lagana. Writer, poet, and bookbinder, Robbin lives in Doylestown, PA where she is actively involved in a community of poets and is on the Board of the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County. She holds an MFA from the University of Queens in Charlotte and teaches writing at Rider University. Her work has been published in literary magazines such as Philadelphia Stories, Sanskrit, San Pedro River Review, and Parentheses and the anthology of poems, Moving Beyond Mars. She is the winner of the 2018 Main Street Voices poetry contest and is a judge for the 2019 Montgomery County Poet Laureate contest. She fervently believes in supporting the arts through readings, publication, and workshops and plans to employ River Heron Review as a platform for expanding the reach of poetry. 

rfarr@riverheronreview.com
www.robbinfarr.com

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Judith Lagana,        Founder, Co-Editor

Judith Lagana writes under the pen name,        J. Adams Lagana.  Her poetry has appeared in Atlanta Review, Naugatuck River Review, the Paterson Literary Review, and formercactus.  Her work has also been recognized by the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Foundation.  She is an active member of the Bucks County poetry community and holds an M.Ed. from Rutgers University. Throughout her ongoing career as an Art, English, and Music Supervisor with the Freehold Regional High School District in New Jersey, she has been instrumental in many poetry and arts-based events. Her writing workshop, Writing Teachers Write, Right?, is geared to helping educators rediscover their writing voices. River Heron Review was created with Robbin Farr out of a shared passion for poetry and a desire to further support the arts by creating online and local opportunities for others to celebrate the writing, crafting, and reading of poetry. She lives in New Hope, Pennsylvania.

jlagana@riverheronreview.com
www.jlagana.com


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Jo Freehand, Contributing Editor - Reviews

Jo Freehand is a poet and multi-media artist. She is a certified Embodied Present Process facilitator, as well as creator and facilitator of It Feels So Write: A Whole Body Creative Writing Workshop. Jo is also founder of Peace of Paper, a nonprofit organization that collects and distributes writing and drawing supplies to children and adults for creative expression in times of distress, including unstable housing situations, poverty, and following violence and trauma. Whatever You Thought, Think Again, poems by Jo Freehand, will be published by Read Furiously in April, 2019.