Robert Milo Baldwin lives along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains on the high plains of Colorado. He is an outdoorsman and the author of two novellas, a work of nonfiction, several volumes of poetry, and has co-authored several screenplays. As an editor, he has worked on anthologies as diverse as Greek and Roman poetry, Old English poetry, love poems from the Italian Renaissance, medieval Arabic poetry, and poetry from China and Japan. His first novella, Door of Water, was a finalist in the Rocky Mountain Fiction Competition. His second novella, The Water Thief, was a finalist for the Ariadne Fiction Prize and short listed for Stanfordís William Saroyan International Prize. His screenplays have received awards at several film festivals. He is a regular contributor to Bloomsbury Review. He may be reached at robertmilobaldwin (at) hotmail (dot) com.