Mel Belin, author of Flesh that was Chrysalis (Word Works 1999), has been a featured reader at the Writer’s Center, the Library of Congress Poetry at Noon Series, Joaquin Miller’s Cabin, the Martin Luther King Library, and on National Public Radio. Belin was born in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, graduated from Dartmouth College, and George Washington University Law School. He practiced law at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and has since retired. His website: www.melbelin.com/
To read more by this author: “At the Exhibit,” The Museum Issue, Vol. 10:1, Winter 2009.