Glenn Shea was born and has lived most of his life in Connecticut. He has worked in the library of a cancer clinic, the French department of a foreign-language bookshop, washed dishes in the Scottish Highlands, gone to pilgrim's mass in Santiago and eaten really good Tex-Mex in Chengdu. He has read his poetry in venues ranging from the Harvard Divinity School to Shakespeare and Company, Paris. He is living for the moment in an old farmhouse in Uncasville and works with a group of Illuminati in a huge used-book shop in Niantic, Connecticut. After two chapbooks, Find A Place That Could Pass For Home is his first full-length collection.