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A quick list to poets featured in this issue:
Ruth Daigon was founder and editor of Poets On: for 20 years. Her poems have been widely published. She has an E-chapbook in English and Spanish and others on WebDelSol and The Alsop Review. Between One Future And The Next (Papier-Mache Press) appeared in 1995. Daigon's poetry awards include The Ann Stanford Poetry Prize, 1997 (University of Southern California Anthology, 1998) and The Greensboro Poetry Award (Greensboro Arts Council, 2000). Her last poetry collection, The Moon Inside, (Gravity/Newton'sBaby) was published in December, 1999. She is part of Pudding House Publications Poetry Chapbook Series Ruth Daigon's Greatest Hits 1970-2000. Payday At The Triangle (Small Poetry Press Select Poets Series) based on the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City, 1911 was published in 2001 and Stained Glass Cantatas (Cedar Hill Publications) is due out early in 2002.
Julia Connor is the author of Making the Good (Tooth of Time Press) and five chapbooks of poetry available through Small Press Distribution in Berkeley. Her work has appeared in journals such as Bombay Gin, Tyuonyi, No Exit, First Intensity, New American Writing, Cafť Review and others. She is the recipient of The Commissionerís Award and a Literary Fellowship from The California Arts Council; she is also a former faculty member of the MFA Writing Program at Naropa Institute.
Kathleen Lynch received the Spoon River Poetry Review Editorís Choice Award 2000 and the Salt Hill Poetry Contest Award 2000. Her forthcoming second chapbook, No Spring Chicken, won the White Eagle Coffee Store 2001 competition, and Pudding House Publications will publish her work in their Gold Invitational Greatest Hits series this fall. A selection of her poems are forthcoming in The Book of Irish American Poetry, edited by Daniel Tobin.
Walt Mc Donald is the Texas Poet Laureate for 2001. Some of his recent books are All Occasions (University of Notre Dame Press, 2000), Blessings the Body Gave (Ohio State, 1998), and others from Massachusetts, Pittsburgh, and Harper & Row.
Jo McDougall is the author of three books of poetry. The latest, From Darkening Porches, was published by the University of Arkansas Press. A fourth, Dirt, is due in October from Autumn House Press, Pittsburgh.
David Humphreys' poems have appeared in ZamBomba, Poetry Now and Tule Review. He is the managing editor of Poet's Corner Press and the author of twobooks of poetry, My Shepherd and Our Father Who.