Ed Coletti graduated from Georgetown University and then, following a year in Vietnam, the Creative Writing Masters Program at San Francisco State University (under Robert Creeley). Coletti has recently had work in ZYZZYVA, Yale Journal for Humanities in Medicine, Spillway, Quadrant, Orbis, Lilliput Review, Big Bridge, Noir Nation, Hawai’i Pacific Review, Italian Americana, Kansas City Voices, The New Formalist, Naugatuck River Review, Pinyon, Defenestration, and the anthology of Italian-American poets (with Ferlinghetti, DiPrima, et al) titled Avanti Popolo edited by James Tracy (Manic D Press).His latest poetry book, When Hearts Outlive Minds, was released June 2011. Germs, Viruses, and Catechisms was published by Before The Wheel Press during the Summer of 2013. Ed lives with his wife Joyce in Santa Rosa, California. He is internet publisher of Ed Coletti’s P3 and also No Money In Poetry.
Ed Coletti’s work appears in the Spring 2014 issue of Edwin E. Smith’s Quarterly Magazine.
We have also just published his latest collection of poems, The Problem with Breathing.