In Posse Featured Writers
Gerald England is a British author living on the edge of the Pennines with his lace-making wife, a son and a Manchester terrier. He has been active on the Small Press Scene for almost 30 years and edits the magazine Aabye. He has published eleven collections of poetry and been translated into several languages. Of his new collection "Limbo Time" published in 1998, Poetry Quarterly Review wrote "his work is both personal and accessible and presents an original view of life". His work has also appeared in countless magazines and on various websites. He is a member of Cyberscribers, a group of international writers on the Internet.
Steve Harris lives in Alexandria, Virginia, with his wife and two children. His poetry has appeared in such journals as the Black River Review, Now and Then, and The Christian Century. He has also appeared in the online Melic Review, Perihelion, and Octavio. Steve has had two poems nominated for the Pushcart awards, and is currently one of the featured poets at the Alsop Review.
Even though she's a technical writer by profession, Susana Rosende has had several short stories and essays published in The Sun and Cypress Dome. She resides in Florida.
Mark E. Lacy
Mark enjoys writing in a variety of forms, from stories and novels to essays and articles and websites. He has written for Christian Computing, River, Conscious Choice, and other periodicals. The challenge of balancing life's many demands often causes Mark to spend as much time as possible outdoors. When his wife hollers for him to come in, he ignores her and keeps playing.
A poet, essayist, and fiction writer, Richard Hoffman's work has appeared in Hudson Review, Shenandoah, Bostonia, New Age, The Boston Globe, The Sun and elsewhere, as well as in several anthologies. He has been awarded fellowships from the New Jersey Council on the Arts for poetry, the Massachusetts Artists' Foundation for non-fiction prose, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council for fiction. His memoir, Half the House was published in 1995 by Harcourt, Brace and is available in paperback from Harvest Books.
Michael Coleman has a degree in Biblical Studies. In his spare time, he enjoys writing all genres, and has experience being a husband, father, and outdoorsman. Michael lives with his three children, including two teens, in upstate New York.
Rachel Barenblat lives and writes in Williamstown, MA, and is an MFA student at the Bennington Writing Seminars. Her first chapbook of poems, "the skies here," was published by Pecan Grove Press (San Antonio) in 1995, and she recently edited "Local Writer's Workshop Anthology 1998" (XLibris, 1999). Recent poetry publications include The New Orleans Review and The Hawai'i Pacific Review, and her writing can be found online at Pif Magazine. She's currently editing a new book, "Making Art Pay," and perfecting her own prose poems. She thanks David Lehman for his lecture on the prose poem in January, which pointed her in all the right directions.
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