Kendra Kopelke and Mary Azrael are co-editors of Passager journal, now in its 22nd year, and Passager Books, a press dedicated to older writers. They have published books by individual authors and co-edited two anthologies, most recently Burning Bright: Passager Celebrates 21 Years.
Kendra Kopelke is author of four books of poems, including Hopper's Women, based on the paintings of Edward Hopper. She directs the MFA in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts at the University of Baltimore.
Mary Azrael is the author of three books of poems and an opera libretto, Lost Childhood, inspired by the life of Holocaust survivor Yehuda Nir. She teaches poetry in the Odyssey program at Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus.
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