John Timpane is the Theater Critic and Books and Fine Arts
Editor/Writer for The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philly.com.
His work has appeared in Sequoia, Apiary, Painted Bride
Quarterly, The Philadelphia Review of Books, The Rathalla
Review, Per Contra, Vocabula Review, and elsewhere.
Among his books are: with Nancy H. Packer, Writing Worth
Reading (New York: St. Martin, 1994); It Could Be
Verse (Berkeley: Ten Speed Press, 1995); with Maureen
Watts, Poetry for Dummies (New York: Hungry Minds,
2000); with Roland Reisley, Usonia, N.Y.: Building a
Community with Frank Lloyd Wright (New York: Princeton
Architectural Press, 2000); and a chapbook, Burning Bush
(Ontario, Canada: Judith Fitzgerald/Cranberry Tree, 2010).
He is the spouse of Maria-Christina Keller. They live in