This week we welcome back Michael Schiavo as our guest blogger. Michael is the author of The Mad Song (Shires Press) and the chapbooks 275 Ocean Avenue, Beautiful School (both from his imprint Gondola), Ranges I (H_NGM_N) and Ranges II (Forklift). As an undergraduate at the University of Connecticut, he founded the Long River Review and would later create the Ordinary Evening Reading Series in New Haven. His poetry has appeared in The Yale Review, The Normal School, Fourteen Hills, No Tell Motel, The Awl, Sawmill, Country Music, Jerry, Drunken Boat, jubilat, Verse Daily, and elsewhere. He was an editor of Tight, and currently curates two projects: The Equalizer, an occasional poetry anthology, and Gondola, a print 'zine whose first issue will feature early poems from Paul Violi. He recently completed a translation of Virgil's Eclogues and is currently at work on Dante's Inferno, excerpts from which you can read on Little Fires. He lives in Vermont where he sometimes updates his blog, The Unruly Servant, and tweets at @Michael_Schiavo.