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Ed Zahniser’s poems have appeared in over 100 literary magazines in the U.S. and U.K., three chapbooks, three books, nine anthologies, and two gallery shows of poetry as works on walls. His book Mall-hopping with the Great I AM (Somondoco Press) was published in 2006, with design, production, and cover photography by Heather Watson, Pernot and Tatlin, environmental graphic design: exhibits/ signage: www.pernotandtatlin.com/. In 2010, Ed collaborated with Watson on Slow Down and Live, a limited handmade edition of 26 copies she produced. Ed’s series of “I Want To Quit My Day job and . . .” poems were illustrated with Watson’s drawings of envelope security patterns. The book was printed on scrap office paper from Watson’s former day job. With Georgia Lee McElhaney, poet laureate of Shepherdstown, WV, Ed co-edited an anthology of 27 area poets to celebrate the town’s 250th Anniversary in 2012. The book was designed and produced by Watson. An upcoming book project will include three Shepherdstown long poems by Ed with design, illustration, and production by Watson. Ed and his wife Christine Duewel live in Shepherdstown, WV, where he is poetry editor of the town’s all-volunteer quarterly print and online tabloid Good News Paper, which he cofounded with Executive Editor Randall Tremba in 1979.