dennis barone’s The
Walls of Circumstance is
from Avec Books.
linda bellamy was a writer who lived in Virginia.
b. belltower lives in New York City.
matt briggs lives near Seattle and is the author of
three collections of short stories: The Remains of River Names,
Misplaced Alice, and the just-released The Moss Gatherers. A
novel, Shoot the Buffalo, will be released soon by Clear Cut
Press. You can find Matt Briggs’ work online at www.seedcake.com.
from humble beginnings as a
stableboy, miles clark has gone on to attend four colleges, hold 16
different jobs, become the subject of judicial reprisal and eventually
be prodded into a psychiatric ward. His work is forthcoming in
Harpweaver, In Posse Review and Opium Magazine. He is currently
with a pair of theives outside Philadelphia.
annmarie eldon was born in
Birmingham, England. She has divided homes and irony between the US and
UK and travelled India, the Himalayas and Asia. When not juggling
various hormones, children and personae
interiorae she cannot be found secretively blogging from a
safehouse in picturesque Oxfordshire. Her work has been at Aught, Can We Have Our Ball Back,
Carnelian, Caught in the Net, Conspire, Del Sol Review, Duct Tape
Press, eScene, Fire, Junket, Impetus, Locust, Meeting of the Minds,
Melic Review, Mipo, Muse Apprentice Guild, Niederngasse, Numbat,
Ophelia's Muse, Poetry Kit, Reflections 2003, Rock Salt Plum, Snow
Monkey, tin lustre mobile, Three Candles, Tryst, Wandering Dog,
Writers' Hood, xStream.
jack foley's most recent books are the critical studies,
O Powerful Western Star,
of the Artists Embassy Literary/Cultural Award 1998-2000, and Foley's Books: California Rebels, Beats,
and Radicals. His poetry books, all with CDs, include Letters/Lights — Words for Adelle,
Gershwin, Adrift, Exiles,
and (with Ivan Argüelles) New
Poetry from California: Dead / Requiem. Foley's column, "Foley's
Books," appears weekly in the online magazine, The Alsop Review; his radio show,
"Cover to Cover," is heard every Wednesday on Berkeley, California
station, KPFA-FM. He is also the editor of The "Fallen Western Star"
Wars, a compilation of responses to Dana Gioia's controversial essay,
"Fallen Western Star."
nicholas alexander hayes’ work
has appeared in Suspect Thoughts,
Lodestar Quarterly, Iceflow, Velvet Mafia, Doorknobs and BodyPaint, Clean Sheets, and Popmatters.
andrew lundwall lives in the washington, dc area
with his wife star smith... andrew's work has appeared in numerous
literary journals including: shampoo,
sidereality, deep cleveland, aught, ink magazine, get underground,
retort, space breather, and others... lundwall is the founder
and co-editor of the literary journal the Tin Lustre Mobile (http://www.poeticinhalation.com/tlm.html)...
he also played a brief role as Get
Underground's poetry editor, but he still can't figure out why...
dave maass is native to Phoenix, Arizona, but currently
lives in Manchester, England, where he is studying documentary
filmmaking at the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology.
His writing appears in Blowback,
Pulp.net, Rated Rookie, Tucson Weekly, and the College Times. “Whitecaps” is
one of a trilogy of short-short stories on Tokyo gaijin: “All You Can
Stomach” won second place in the 2004 Douglas Coupland Short-Story
Competition, and “Perching” was published in Flux in September.
branda c. maholtz received her MFA from Syracuse
University in 2003. She teaches at Slippery Rock
University. While living in Pittsburgh, Branda works both as a
writer and as a visual artist.
matt marinovich’s work has appeared in Open City, Mississippi Review, Salon, The Quarterly,
Barcelona Review, and elsewhere.
david mclendon lives in Brooklyn, New York.
greg mulcahy’s collection, Out of Work, was published by Knopf
in 1993 and his novel, Constellation,
by Avisson in 1996.
jennifer pilch received an M.A.
from the City University of New York and a B.F.A from The School
of the Art Institute of Chicago. Poems in Fence and Perihelion.
emma ramey is a graduate from the MFA program at the
Alabama and an Assistant Poetry Editor at DIAGRAM. New Michigan Press
published her chapbook A Numerical
hugh steinberg’s poetry has appeared in Crowd, VeRT, Volt, and Spork. He
received an MFA from the University of Arizona in 1993, and recently
completed a Wallace Stegner Fellowship at Stanford University. A
recipient of an NEA creative writing fellowship in poetry, he teaches
at the California College of Arts and Crafts and is an editor at Five Fingers Review. He lives in
terry temescu has published in FiveFingers
Review, antenym, Cold Mountain Review, Kansas Quarterly, xCp,
steve timm’s poems have recently been or will be in Word/For Word, American Letters &
Commentary, Diagram, Bird Dog, and Moria. He teaches English as
a second language at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
mike topp’s most recent books are Happy Ending (Future Tense Books)
and Where We Found You (Angry
Dog Press Midget Editions). He can be reached at
jane unrue lives in Boston and teaches at Boston College.
nico vassilakis provides text for a variety of venues.
literary events in Seattle. Concrete poets welcome = here, as in =
here. His recent books are The
Colander (house press), also
Talk is Parting of a Problem, an ebooklet on xpressed.com. Some
of Nico's other work can be found at ubuweb and backlight
gallery. He is a member of the Subtext Collective www.speakeasy.org/subtext.
james wagner is the author of the false sun recordings (3rd bed,
2003). Poems from his manuscript Trilce have appeared or will appear
in Antennae, BathHouse Magazine,
BlazeVOX, Bridge, Effing Magazine, gam, Parakeet, Shampoo, and Typo Magazine. The two stories
published here are from a nonfiction manuscript, Work Book.
liz waldner is the author of A Point is That Which Has No Part,
winner of the 1999 Iowa Poetry Prize and the 2000 Academy of American
Poets Laughlin Prize. She has also published The Simulacra of Self, the 2001
Alice James Books' Beatrice Hawley prize winner; Dark Wood (The Missing Person),
University of Georgia contemporary poetry series, 2002; and Etym(bi)ology, Omnidawn Publishing,
ian randall wilson is the managing editor of the poetry journal 88. Recent work has appeared in Aught, Forklift and Spinning Jenny. His first fiction
collection, Hunger and Other Stories,
was published by Hollyridge Press (www.hollyridgepress.com).