A lifelong naturalist, Susan Edwards Richmond, organizes poetry and birding events and edits the Farm's poetry blog. In her poetry, Susan writes about the interrelationship of humans and nature, and the stories associated with animals and wild places. She has published four poetry collections, Boto and Purgatory Chasm (both by Adastra Press), Birding in Winter (Finishing Line Press), and Increase (FootHills Publishing). Susan has taught at Clark University, served as Poet-in-Residence at Fruitlands Museum, and taught poetry for three years at the Shirley Medium Correctional Facility with Linda Hoffman. Susan, along with Linda, was one of the founding editors of Wild Apples: a journal of nature, art, and inquiry. She is currently a poetry editor for Sanctuary: the Journal of the Massachusetts Audubon Society and is on the board of the Robert Creeley Foundation. She lives in Acton, Massachusetts, with her husband and two daughters. At Old Frog Pond Farm, Susan finds rich material for her work and a landscape in which to collaborate with other poets, writers, and visual artists.