Chad Frame's work has appeared in decomP, Rust+Moth,
Menacing Hedge, Mobius: The Journal of Social Change,
and elsewhere. He has been nominated for Best of the
Net 2016 and The Best Small Fictions 2017. He
earned his MFA at Arcadia University, and feels that waiting
ten years to do so after finishing his undergraduate work
at Penn State left him better equipped to appreciate it
and more experiences to write about.
now teaches writing at Arcadia as an Adjunct Professor and
works full-time as an Account Executive in the luxury retail
market. What free time he manages to have is often spent
reading voraciously, playing obscure board or card games,
or fencing foil and historical rapier. He lives in Lansdale
with a bobtailed Maine Coon named Jabberwocky among precarious
piles of books.
from 2017 MCPL Celebrity Judge Tim Seibles:
poems are both daring and precisely made. There is powerful
longing here and, without a carefully measured restraint,
this emotive force could derail the poems, but they remain
richly evocative and ask for the reader to be present
in numerous and surprising ways."