About the Editor

Corey D. Cook is the author of four chapbooks: Rhododendron in a Time of War (Scars Publications), What to Do with a Dying Parakeet (Pudding House Publications), Flock (Origami Poems Project) and White Flag Raised (Kattywompus Press). His work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in After the Pause, Akitsu Quarterly, the Aurorean, bear creek haiku, Beechwood Review, Brevities, Cardinal Flower Journal, cattails, Children, Churches, and Daddies, Chiron Review, Columbia College Literary Review, Dead Snakes, Dewpoint Literary Journal, Dime Show Review, Down in the Dirt, East Coast Literary Review, Freshwater, haikuniverse, Horror Sleaze Trash, The Jawline Review, Leaves of Ink, Lummox, Muddy River Poetry Review, Poetry Super Highway, Poppy Road Review, Rat's Ass Review, Red River Review, Rusty Truck, Wild Plum and Yellow Chair Review. Corey edited The Orange Room Review with his wife, Rachael, for eight years (2006-2014). He works at a hospital in New Hampshire and lives in Vermont.


  1. happy to see you back on the scene

  2. "The Orange Room Review" makes me smile--every time I see a nice, bright, rich piece of orange in a design or photo, I think of my Vermont family!! Nice bio and site--congratulations!

  3. Do you nominate for the awards (Best of the Net, Best New Poets, Pushcarts, etc.)?

    1. Not currently, but I may in the future... Thanks for your question.