Ann B. Knox (January 31 1926 – May 2011) is the author of three full-length poetry collections: Breathing In (2011), Stonecrop (WWPH, 1988) and Staying is Nowhere (SCOP Publications, 1996); two poetry chapbooks: Reading the Tao at Eighty (Finishing Line Press, 2008) and The Dark Edge (Pudding House Press, 2004); and a book of short stories, Late Summer Break (Papier Mache Press, 1995). Knox taught at The Writer’s Center, the University of the District of Columbia, and John Hopkins University. She edited the Antietam Review for 18 years and was a poetry editor at Washington Writer’s Publishing House. To read more by this author: Six Poems, Vol. 5:4, Fall 2004.