Brad Davis lives and writes attentive to three horizons – nature, culture, and mystery – and how they combine and recombine inside his skin. After earning an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts, he had poems published in such venues as Puerto del Sol, Poetry, The Paris Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Image, and Connecticut Review. He has a new book, Trespassing on the Mount of Olives, scheduled for release later this year, in which ‘Romsey Christus’ will appear. Currently living in Putnam, Connecticut, he rises early to begin his writing process, first at home, then in a tiny studio in downtown Putnam. And because he is no longer bi-vocational, he works till lunch and then, before tea, gets in some healthful movement out-of-doors or at a local pool.