Rachel Galvin

Rachel is a writer and editor for Humanities, the journal of the National Endowment for the Humanities. She received an M.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, where she was a James A. Michener Fellow. An essay on the poetry of Eavan Boland is in the current issue of Limen: Journal for Theory and Practice of Liminal Phenomenon and another on the work of Adam Zagajewski in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review. Her poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Spinning Jenny, Nimrod, and Borderlands.

Larry Jaffe

Larry Jaffe is the International Readings Coordinator for the United Nations Dialogue among Civilizations through Poetry program and the Poet Host at the Autry Museum of Western Heritage. His work can be found in such publications as Urban Spaghetti, Saturday Afternoon Journal, Poetry Magazine, Sic, Will Work for Peace, Short Fuse, The World Healing Book, and The Book of Hope. Pudding House Publications has just released a special book of Jaffe’s Greatest Hits along with several other poets. Salmon Publishing in Ireland will be publishing his forthcoming book Lying Half-Naked in the Doorway. Jaffe also writes a poetry column for About.Com's Museletter.

Josh Kellar

Josh Kellar has a Masters Degree in Creative Writing from Boston University where he studied poetry with Robert Pinsky, Derek Walcott, and David Ferry. His undergraduate work was completed at Georgetown University where he graduated with honors degrees in physics and English. He is the winner of the Paul T. Hurley poetry award, chosen by Robert Pinsky (2001), and the winner of the Mt. Vernon Poetry Festival, awarded to one undergraduate in the DC metro area (2000). He has published poems in nowculture.com, In Posse Review, and The Georgetown Journal.

Laura Quinn

Peacemaker, broadbander, and general gal about the Block, Laura is a senior editor at Web del Sol. An accomplished writer, Laura divides her time between writing and family.

G.C. Waldrep

G.C. Waldrep's poems have appeared in Poetry, Gettysburg Review, Many Mountains Moving, Ascent, and other journals. His nonfiction book, Southern Workers and The Search For Community, was released by University of Illinois Press in late 2000. He has recently had residencies and fellowships at Yaddo, the MacDowell Colony, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts to work toward completing his first volume of poetry, Sacropedia. Currently he divides his time between North Carolina and Indiana, where he works as a day laborer."