Noah Klein is Pushcart nominated poet, a writer, a critic, and an editor whose primary focus is self-discovery and community engagement through writing. Publications include The Poets' America Anthology—Hidden Clearing Books, LLC, 2014—whereby he acted in the dual capacities of editor and contributor. His fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and articles have appeared in such publications as The Santa Clara Review, The Missing Slate, ARC Poetry, and The Villager. He has performed poetry on stage at such locales as The Nuyorican Poets Cafe, and The Bowery Poetry Club. He has panhandled--by performing poetry–in such exotic locales as a trolley in New Orleans and the East Broadway F-train platform in NYC. Currently, he is a contributing editor for The Missing Slate, an assistant poetry editor for The Hollins Critic, and attends the Hollins MFA program. He has been awarded a Kratz Center for Creative Writing Summer Fellowship, a Gager Fellowship, and the Graduate Assistantship for Hollins University. He has worked with DewMore Baltimore, a nonprofit, and run workshops with the award-winning Baltimore City-Wide Youth Poetry Team.