Best Man in the World | Rebecca Cook & Jenny Sadre-Orafai
Jenny Sadre-Orafai is the author of five chapbooks, Paper, Cotton, Leather, and Malak. Her poetry has appeared in Cream City Review, Ninth Letter, The Cortland Review, Hotel Amerika, The Pinch, and other journals. Her prose has appeared in Los Angeles Review, The Rumpus, South Loop Review, Fourteen Hills, The Collagist, and other journals. She is co-founding editor of Josephine Quarterly and an Associate Professor of English at Kennesaw State University.
Rebecca Cook has published a novel, Click, and two collections of poems, The Terrible Baby and I Will Not Give Over. Her work has appeared in many literary journals including The Georgia Review, The Rumpus, Seneca Review, and The Nervous Breakdown. In 2016 her poems, along with Romanian poet, Talvescu Dumitru’s, were published in a bilingual book of poems—The Shadow of Water. She works with Olimpia Iacob as co-translator and has published work in the Romanian literary journals Convorbiri Literare and Poesis. She teaches part time at UT Chattanooga and is studying Holy Scripture and Preaching through Sewanee’s Licensure Program for Lay Ministry.