Sean Arnold is a poet, writer and visual artist residing in South Saint Louis, Missouri. He graduated from Webster University in 2015 with a degree in Creative Writing where he was poetry editor of the Green Fuse literary magazine and studied under David Clewell. Arnold is currently pursuing a Master’s in Education from Webster University, and his day job is as a community support provider at a mental health agency. Previous published works include a four-part chap book series called Soliloquy from a Freight Yard, which was based around freight yard romanticisms and the glorious confusion of youth. Previous publications include Big Bridge Magazine out of Berkley, The Green Fuse, and Crossing the Divide (an anthology created by St. Louis’ poet laureate Michael Castro to promote unity through poetry). Past music credits include providing spoken word for the bands Barely Free and Holy!Holy!Holy!. For the past three years he has run a reading series out of Foam Coffee and Beer on Cherokee St. entitled Sunday Summer Spoken Word series. Arnold is a lover of dusty trails, back-alleys, freight trains, running, good health and bourbon.