Contributor Notes and Cover Credit: Winter 2001
Phantom Limb, inspired by the memoir of the same name by Janet Sternberg, University of Nebraska Press, April, 2002. Digital Image by Dika Eckersley.
Matt Bondurant lives in Florida where he is working on a novel.
Nelinia Cabiles’s short stories have appeared in Crab Orchard Review, Black Warrior Review, So to Speak, and the anthologies Women Runners: Stories of Transformation and Scribner’s Best of the Fiction Workshops 1998.
Maud Casey’s stories have appeared in The Threepenny Review, The Georgia Review, Beloit Fiction Journal, and Confrontation. “Trespassing” is part of a short story collection, Drastic, to be published by William Morrow in Spring 2002. She is the author of one novel, The Shape of Things to Come (William Morrow, 2001).
Thom Conroy is Editor-in-Chief of Quarter After Eight.
Gina Frangello’s fiction has appeared in Fish Stories, American Literary Review, River Oaks Review, two girls review, 13th Moon, and elsewhere. Her nonfiction has appeared in The Chicago Reader, Chicago Review, Voices in Italian Americana, Other Voices, and others. She has completed a novel based on some of the same characters that appear in “Truck Stop.”
Ted Gilley is a freelance writer living in North Bennington, Vermont. His stories and poems have appeared in Northwest Review, October Mountain, and elsewhere.
Marilyn Krysl’s latest book of poetry Warscape, With Lovers won the Cleveland State Poetry Center Prize. How to Accomodate Men, short stories, was published by Coffee House Press in 1998.
Lorraine M. López’s first collection of stories, Soy La Avon Lady, will be published by Curbstone Press in March 2002.
Andrew McCuaig’s fiction has appeared in Crescent Review.
Kyoko Mori’s current books include the novel Stone Field, True Arrow (Metropolitan Books, 2000), the memoir The Dream of Water (Henry Holt, 1994), and the essay collection Polite Lies (Henry Holt, 1998). Her short stories have appeared in The Apalachee Quarterly, The Maryland Review, The Kenyon Review, and others. She is currently a Briggs-Copeland Lecturer of Creative Writing at Harvard University.
Molly Best Tinsley’s story collection Throwing Knives (Ohio St UP, 2000) was winner of the Sandstone Prize. Three of the stories in the collection originally appeared in Prairie Schooner.