john m. bennett's most recent books
include Mailer Leaves Ham (Pantograph Press), rOlling
COMBers (Potes & Poets Press), Chac Prostibulario
(with Ivan Arguelles; Pavement Saw Press), and The Chapters 1980-2001
(with Robin Crozier; Luna Bisonte Prods). He is editor of the
international avant-garde journal Lost and Found Times, and
Curator of the Avant Writing Collection at The Ohio State University
charles bernsteins most recent
books are With Strings and My Way: Speeches and Poems,
both from the University of Chicago Press, and Republics of Reality:
1975-1995, from Sun & Moon Press, and, as editor, Close
Listening: Poetry and the Performed Word (Oxford University
Press, 1998) and 99 Poets/1999: An International Poetics Symposium
(boundary 2/Duke University Press). He is the Director of the Poetics
Program at SUNY-Buffalo, where he is David Gray Professor of Poetry
and Letters. [homepage]
jake berry's most recent book is
Silence and the Hammer, a collaboration with photographer
Wayne Sides. He is currently at work on the third volume of his
long poem, Brambu Drezi. Berry is also a songwriter. His
CDs include the solo effort Shadow Resolve and CDs with the
group Bare Knuckles, which is also a collaboration with Sides.
Berry lives in Florence, AL.
annabelle clippinger lives in Pittsburgh
with her familyhusband David Clippinger, and children, Tess
and Philip. Annabelle has had a chapbook, Sky Frame, and
a book, Cloud Banner, published by Potes and Poets Press.
She is co-editor of Poethia and editor of the Palimpsest
Review. Annabelle is Director of Pitt Arts at the University
j p craig attends the University
of Iowa, where he is working on a dissertation about Robert Duncan,
Nathaniel Mackey, and Susan Howe. He has an MFA from the University
of Memphis, and previous publications include interviews with Charles
Simic, Eavan Boland, and Michael Palmer.
craig czury is the author of 13 collections
of poems, most recently Angliavaizdis (trans. Marius Burokas),
Vario Burnos, Klaipeda, Lithuania, 2002. [homepage]
sean thomas dougherty grew up in
an interracial household in blue collar neighborhoods. A nationally
reknowned performance-poet, he is the author of five books including
the book of experimental prose The Biography of Broken Things
(Mitkimitki Press, 2001) and Except by Falling, winner
of the 2000 Pinyon Press Poetry Prize from Mesa State College. His
work appears in many anthologies and textbooks including the forthcoming
Short Fuse: A Global Anthology of Fusion Poetry (Rattapallax,
2002), American Diaspora: Poets on Exile (U Iowa Press, 2001)
and American Poetry: Next Generation (Carnegie Mellon U Press,
2000). He teaches at Penn State Erie.
valerie fox has recently published
work in West Branch and Hanging Loose. Her book, Amnesia,
or, Ideas for Movies, was published by texture Press. She's
an editor for Drexel
Online Journal. Currently she is at work on a book of essays,
many of which are about traveling and living abroad.
paul hardacre is a poet and editor
living in Highgate Hill, Brisbane. He has published widely in literary
journals in six countries, and read his work on radio and at literary
events throughout Australia. His recent long poem sequences Strange
Days and This Girl appeared in the Canadian STANZAS chapbook
series (above/ground press, 2001). Paul's first collection of poetry,
The Year Nothing, will be published by HeadworX (New Zealand)
in late 2002 / early 2003.
bonnie jones currently lives and
works in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a co-owner and curator of CHELA,
a space for experimental art, and she has been published in Shattered
Wig Review and Lost and Found Times. [email]
jill jones is an Australian poet.
She won the Mary Gilmore Award in 1993 for her first book, The
Mask and the Jagged Star. The Book of Possibilities, her
third book, was shortlisted for the National Book Council, The Age
Poetry Book of the Year and Adelaide Festival Awards. A fourth book,
Screens Jets Heaven: New & Selected Poems, was published
in May 2002. A chapbook of prose poems, The Real Me, will
be published by Wild Honey Press in 2002-3.
jessy kendall lives in Portland,
Maine and works at a homeless shelter/soup kitchen where he facilitates
a weekly writing group, puts out a zine based on those writings,
and helps organize monthly open mics. He has put out 3 issues of
a zine of his own, Answer Shirker, and is looking for experimental
writings/art to go in that.
lewis lacook is a poet, musician
and multimedia web artist originally from Lorain, Ohio. Editor of
the web journal Idiolect,
his poetry has appeared in Slope, Poethia, Blaze, Friction, 3rd
Bed, Avant Garde Times, Whiskey Island, The Coventry Reader and
Luna Negra, among other places. Anabasis published his long
poem Cling as a chapbook in early 2000, and BeeHive is offered
his short poem series, The Odious Art of Lewis LaCook, as
an e-book for the Palm Pilot as part of their Microtitle Series
carley moore is a poet who lives
in Queens. She teaches writing at Bard College and New York University,
where she is also working on her dissertation entitled, "Writing
Trouble: Seventeen Magazine and the Girl Writer."
hoa nguyen lives in Austin Texas
with her husband the poet Dale Smith and their son Keaton Thomas.
They edit the poetry journal Skanky
Possum featuring the Possum Pouch, an irregular publication
of notes, essays, and reviews. Her book Your Ancient See Through
will be published by Subpress
later this year.
anne pepper is currently working
as a reference librarian in Casper, Wyoming, while simultaneously
wishing there was a way to live off writing poetry.
dan raphael performs often in and
around Portland and Seattle; he'd like to get further from home.
His poems can also be found in Short Fuse, Tin Fish,
Pemmican, Shattered Wig, and Raven Chronicles.
larry sawyer's recent poetry and
critical reviews have appeared in Jacket, Skanky Possum, Hunger,
Tabacaria (Portugal), Rain Taxi, Exquisite Corpse, Shampoo, and
The Butcher's Block among others. Forthcoming publications
include <Shamanic Warriors, Now Poets> in early 2003 from
JN Reilly publishers Scotland, an anthology featuring the work of
Joseph Beuys, Patti
Smith, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and Judith Malina, among others. He
is also editor of milk
magazine online which features a new installation of the
visual art of Rudy Burckhardt and Yvonne Jacquette with an essay
by Vincent Katz in conjunction with Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York.
spencer selby's most recent books
are The Big R (Angle Press, 1998) and Task (Zasterle,
1999). He lives in Berkeley, California.
tom sheehan has published poetry
in Stirring, Clackamas, 3am Magazine, Split Shot, and elsewhere.
He has received a Silver Rose Award for short story excellence from
ART, nominations for Pushcart XXVII and The Zine
Yearbook, and his prose has appeared in 3am Magazine, The Paumanok
Review, Small Spiral Notebook, and New Works Review, among
other places. His novel, Vigilantes East, was just
released by Publish America, and a second one, An Accountable
Death, is serialized on 3am Magazine.