Judith Beck lives in California
with her husband. She is also the mother of two grown children.
Judith is a doctor but is writing instead of practicing. Her hobbies
seem to be 1.) nagging the contractor who's renovating their house,
and 2.) making her children miserable.
Robert Fromberg has published other
fiction in Indiana Review, Tennessee Quarterly, Colorado Review, and many
other periodicals. A short book of his, Blue Skies, was issued by Floating
Island Publications. He teaches writing at Northwestern University.
Alison grew up in Glasgow, Scotland,
and has lived in Edinburgh, London and Paris before being seduced by the
sunshine of San Jose, California. She's the mother of two and a writer,
though, with an Eco- nomics Degree from Cambridge University, she should
Jamey Dunham is a student
of the Bennington Writing Seminars. His work will appear upcoming issues
of "Boston Review", "The Iowa Review" and "Boulevard". He lives in Columbus,
Ohio with his wife.
also reviews books and engages in various critical activities for the online
magazine 'elimae', under the name b. renner. He is a published poet
and a very eclectic fellow.
mystery play Death's a Stage
will be aired in 1999 on National Public
Radio's "NPR Playhouse." In 1997, her stage version of Death's a Stage
was a top-ten winner in the United States' largest writing competition,
When not writing fiction, Barbara specializes in writing about medicine
and the life sciences. Her publication credits include American Biotechnology
Laboratory, Northern California's Business Journal, New Jersey's
Mainland Journal, Pharmacotherapy, Wisconsin's Post-Crescent,
and corporate publications such as Strategies and Working Together.
A native of Wisconsin and graduate of UW-Madison, Barbara escaped from
the wilds of Southern California over a year ago. She is now wallowing
in the lush literary landscape of England, where she lives with her English
husband and their daughters near a countryside village not unlike that
of her play's fictional Rewsborough.
Edward Ashton has been published in various online publications including Intertext.
Neca Stoller was born in Savannah, Georgia. She was educated at University
of Georgia, graduating with a B. A. Economics, Phi Kappa Phi. She drafted
her county's first planning ordinances and served as Co-chairman of the
County Planning Commission. After years of living in a metropolitan area,
she and her family moved to a rural area and raised cattle. It was here she
began writing. Recently they returned to urban living. She won the Haiku
Society of America Renku Award in 1997 and place third in 1998 Kumamoto
International Kusamakura Haiku competition. She has been published in
various print magazines and e-zines. Her book of free verse, "Bound by Red
Clay," ISBN 0-9646450-8-4 is scheduled for publication in March, 1999.
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