Clarence Wolfshohl has been active in the small press as writer and publisher for nearly fifty years. He has published poetry and non-fiction in many journals, both print and online. Recent chapbooks of poetry include Season of Mangos, poems about Brazil (Adastra Press, 2009); In Harm’s Way: Poems of Childhood in collaboration with Mark Vinz (El Grito del Lobo Press, 2013); Chupacabra (El Grito del Lobo, 2014), Three-Corner Catch: Book Talk with Walter Bargen (El Grito del Lobo, 2015). His Equus Essence was published online by Right Hand Pointing (2014). And most recently, the e-chapbook Scattering Ashes was published by Virtual Artists Collective. Wolfshohl lives in the suburbs of Toledo, Missouri, with his dog and cat.