Charles Rammelkamp lives in Baltimore, Maryland with his wife, Abby, and their two daughters, Anna and Zoe. His work has appeared in many print and online journals, including, Chiron Review, Comstock Review, The Evansville Review, Green Hills Literary Lantern, Happy, Pangolin Papers, Pearl, Princeton Arts Review, and others. He has a collection of short fiction involving Jewish converts entitled A Better Tomorrow (PublishAmerica) and six poetry chapbooks, A Convert’s Tale (Pudding House), i don’t think god’s that cruel, and Go to Hell (March Street Press) and three titles by Snark Publishing: Fire Drill!, All Hallow’s Eve, and FAME. Rammelkamp contributes a regular column on urban legends to the quarterly Mysteries Magazine and does other freelance journalism. For years he was on the adjunct faculty of the English Department at Essex Community College, and he could probably go back if he wanted to. Right now he doesn’t. He’s working on an as yet untitled novel about the Fountain of Youth.