Bill Tremblay is an award-winning poet as well as novelist, editor and reviewer who work has appeared in eight full-length volumes of poetry including Crying In the Cheap Seats (University of Massachusetts Press), The Anarchist Heart (New Rivers Press), Home Front (Lynx House Press), Second Sun: New & Selected Poems (L'Epervier Press), Duhamel: Ideas of Order in Little Canada (BOA Editions, Ltd.), Rainstorm Over the Alphabet (Lynx House Press), and Shooting Script: Door of Fire (Eastern Washington University Press).  His novel, The June Rise, was favorably reviewed by Allen Cheuse on NPR's “All Things Considered.”  Mr. Tremblay was Editor-in-Chief of Colorado Review for 15 years, served as a member of the Program Directors Council of the Associated Writing Programs (AWP) and is the recipient of the John F. Stern Distinguished Professor award his thirty years teaching in and directing the M.F.A. Creative Writing Program at Colorado State University as well as fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Fulbright Commission for a Lectureship in American Literature in Portugal, and the artists' colony at Yaddo.  Hundreds of his poems have been published in literary magazines in the United States and Canada, as well as such anthologies as The Pushcart Prize Anthology, the Jazz Poetry Anthology, and Best American Poetry, 2003.  He has just been given the Silver Award from Foreward Magazine for Shooting Script:  Door of Fire.  He was also a semi-finalist in the 2004 Moondance Film Festival's feature-length film script competition for his screenplay, Fire with Fire, about the life and times of David Alfaro Siqueiros, the driving force behind the Mexican Muralist Movement.