teaches art history and cultural theory at Charles university in Prague.
His books include Seances (Prague: Twisted Spoon Press, 1998),
Anataomy Lessons (New York: x-poezie, 1999), Erosions (Sydney:
Vagabond, 1999) and Land Partition (Prague: Antigen, 2000). A collaborative
project (with John Kinsella), entitled Synopticon, was recently
published online by Mudlark.
The Garden is being published in its entirety in book form by Salt
Publishing in May. He is poetry editor of The Prague Revue
and editor of Semtext (Plastic).
is the Associate Curator of The Poetry/Rare Books Collection SUNY at Buffalo.
His most recent books include: Beseechers (Light & Dust Books)
and Shards of Shampoo (Writers Forum). For more on Basinski see: http://wings.buffalo.edu/epc/authors/basinski/
remains an unknown quantity.
is a novelist and playwright. Her previously published novel was The
Shape of Wilderness and A Girl's Guide to the Divine Comedy.
Her fiction has been seen in Bomb and Exquisite Corpse.
Her plays have been performed at Yale Rep, the ART, and the Classic Stage
Company in New York. She is currently a recipient of a Pew Fellowship/National
is currently trying desperately hard not to be clever. He is neither a
recovering werewolf and does not enjoy full-contact mah-jong. He is finishing
an MFA at the University of Idaho.
peter ganick, born
in 1946, was until recently publisher of Potes & Poets Press, in Elmwood,
CT. His new publishing venture is "poethia: writing-online"
available from <email@example.com>. Since his book, a '
s a t t v, he's had two other books come out: Around A Corner:
an epidermis (1-28) and ''. Forthcoming are podiums: autobiographical
cafe fictions and MATHEMATIC(s).
reports that this poem is his first published work.
hank lazer, over
the past five or six years, has completed a trilogy—Days (which includes
the poems in 5_Trope), Elegies & Vacations, and most recently The New
Spirit. His most recent book of poems is 3 of 10 (Chax Press, 1996).
william p. osborn
is also published in such journals as Texas Review, Sequoia, ACM, Carolina
Quarterly, Synaesthetic, The Coe Review, Mississippi Review, Southern
Humanities Review, Sycamore Review, Cream City Review, Louisville Review,
Faultline, and Gettysburg Review. He teaches Shakespeare, American
lit, and fiction writing at Grand Valley State University near Grand Rapids,
writing has appeared in BOMB Magazine, The Mississippi Review, Tin House,
and BookForum. He lives in New York City.
wrote The Fray (Kutztown Publishing, 2000) as a collaborative project
of poetry and embroidery with fiber artist Barbara Schulman, which was
issued as a Kutztown University-funded chapbook. Heather's latest book
is the full-length collection, Practicing Amnesia (Singing Horse
Press, 2000). She has two other chapbooks, Voiceunders (Texture
Press) and Circus Freex (Standing Stones Press; Pine Press). Heather
co-edits the literary journal 6ix and is a professor of English/Professional
Writing at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
has had work published in Poetry Flash, Mesechabe, Savannah Literary
Journal, The New Orleans Review, and The Prague Review,
among others. Her poetry has also been included in anthologies, most recently
in THE VISION, published by Indian Heritage Publishing in Morristown,
Tenn. She also explores and performs the mythos aspect of poetry by combining
it with live music and dance, which she has done extensively on the West
Coast, Nashville, and New Orleans. Currently she is working on a book
of collaborative poetry, tentatively entitled UNGULATIONS with A. di Michele.
chad woody is
a graduate of Southwest Missouri State College and the University of Florida
where he studied art and poetry. He lives in Springfield, Missouri where,
among other things, he has been gainfully employed at a Hobby Lobby and
momentarily suspected of murder.