DAVID CREWS holds an MFA from Drew University, and serves as both editor for The Stillwater Review and director of the Betty June Silconas Poetry Center at Sussex County College. He also leads the writers workshop for Moving Words—a project supported by ARTS By the People—that makes possible international collaboration among artists of prose, poetry, voice acting, and animation.
His poems and essays have appeared in Tar River Poetry, The Carolina Quarterly, Berkeley Poetry Review, Arc Poetry Magazine, Spectrum, and elsewhere. He is author of the poetry collection High Peaks (Ra Press 2015), which catalogs his hiking of “The 46ers” in New York’s Adirondack State Park. Forthcoming this year is a collection of his lyric essays on the Adirondacks titled, Wander-Thrush, which will also be published with Ra Press.