Sander Zulauf is editor emeritus of the Journal of New Jersey Poets (1989–2012) and an editor of The Poets of New Jersey: From Colonial to Contemporary (Jersey Shore Publications). In addition to editing the first ten volumes of the Index of American Periodical Verse (1973–1982), Zulauf has written several books of poetry, which include Succasunna New Jersey (Breaking Point), Living Waters (St. Dunstan’s), and Where Time Goes (Dryad Press). He served as editor of Joe Salerno’s two posthumous books of poetry, Dream Paintings from the Heaven of Obscurity and Only Here. Bashō in America and Zulauf’s translation of Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada (Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair) by Pablo Neruda (a sensational book first published in Chile in 1924, when Neruda was a twenty-year-old university student) were completed while on sabbatical leave from County College of Morris, where he has been teaching English and creative writing since 1973. A Geraldine R. Dodge poet since 1987, he was named the first poet laureate of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark by Bishop John S. Spong in 1999. He is married to the photographer Madeline Zulauf, whose work graces the cover of this book.