In Posse Featured Writers
RoseMarie has begun accumulating her snap fictions for a collection called HE LIKES POMEGRANATES, EXCEPT WHEN HE DOESN'T. Many of the stories have been published by literary journals both in print and on-line. Early this year her work was chosen for Sparks Best of 1997 issue. RoseMarie divides her time between rest and restlessness.
Andrew Lam is an associate editor with the Pacific News Service in San Francisco and a regular commentator on NPR. He was born in Saigon, Vietnam and came to the U.S. at tne end of the Vietnam war in 1975 when he was 11 years old. His articles have appeared in dozens of newspapers across the country including the New York Times, The Washington Post, and the The Chicago Tribune. His essays have been published in magazines such as LA Times Magazine, Mother Jones, and the Nation. His essays have been anthologized in North America: Writings by Immigrants and Their Children and Grandchildren; The Asian American Experience; The Cultural Diversity Reader, and many more. His short stories have been published and anthologized in Asian American Sexuality, The Other Side of Heaven, and The Alsop Review, in addition to many more.
Reed Hearne makes it up as he goes along, imagining himself inside the lives of those around him. His essays have appeared in numerous San Francisco magazines and journals, his stories in The South Carolina Review, The Blue Moon Review, The Alsop Review, and Eclectica. He currently writes a relationship column for Enterzone and is in the process of constructing a novel from his home in San Francisco.
For Anne, poetry has been part word-puzzle, part pressure-valve. She began writing in high school, but did not consider getting it published until after she had children. Her poetry has appeared in the 1986 and 1987 issues of Prize Poems, published by the Pennsylvania Poetry Society. She also had two haiku published in the October 1994 issue of South by Southeast, the newsletter of the Southeastern Region of the Haiku Society of America. Anne was a featured poet at the Full Moon Poetry Walk series and was also involved in other local poetry events as a member of the Deleware County (PA) Poets Cooperative. Anne is a graduate of Goucher College (BA, Biology) and currently she works part-time as a technical writer for a medical glove manufacturer.
David Gilbert has two books: I Shot the Hairdresser (Detour Press) and Five Happiness (Trip St. Press). He has coedited (with Karl Roeseler) an anthology, 2000 and What? (Trip St. Press) featuring such writers as Lynn Tillman, Harry Mathews and Linda Rudolph.
Pitbull is part of a collection of stories including Cold War which appeared in Mississippi Review (May 97) and Downsizing which is forthcoming from First Intensity #11. David Gilbert also has a novel in manuscript, Crime and Dancing.
Jonathan's novel, Postmarked for Death, was published in hard cover, endorsed by Clive Cussler, and is online. It will be available in audio in January 1999.
Paul A. Toth lives and works in Michigan. His stories have appeared in The Blue Moon Review, The Trincoll Journal, Satire, Artisan and others.
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