Sheri Vandermolen

California,United States of America

Sheri Vandermolen has served, for fifteen years, as editor in chief of Time Being Books, an independent publishing company based in St. Louis, Missouri. She has an additional decade of experience as managing editor and archivist. Her projects have included overseeing the compilation of The Complete Poems of Louis Daniel Brodsky (a series that comprises thousands of verse pieces, spanning five decades) and piloting four collected-works editions. She has also facilitated the publication of more than 120 individual poetry and short-fiction volumes.
She graduated summa cum laude, with Phi Kappa Phi academic honors, in 1990, from the University of Missouri–Columbia, and relocated to Bangalore, India, in 2008. Exploring the subcontinent via camera and pen, for a full six years, she ultimately formed Jasmine Fractals: Poems of Urban India, a manuscript of forty-five verse compositions organically generated from experiences as mundane as her trips to the local city market and as distinct as her visit to the 2013 Maha Kumbh Mela, in Allahabad, which is considered the world's largest single-event gathering of humanity (thirty million people in attendance, on the most auspicious bathing day).
She repatriated in 2014 and now resides in California, with her husband.
Her verse pieces have been published in various international literary journals, including Ashvamegh, Camel Saloon, Contemporary American Voices, Contemporary Literary Review India, Earthen Lamp Journal, Foliate Oak, Muse India, Jersey Devil Press, Papercuts, Shot Glass Journal, Taj Mahal Review, and Verse-Virtual.
Her work is also comprised in the anthology Veils, Halos and Shackles: International Poetry on the Oppression and Empowerment of Women, by Kasva Press (editors Dr. Charles Adès Fishman and Smita Sahay).

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