has had over fifty poems and short stories published
journals and small magazines, including The Connecticut River
Review, Louisiana Literature, Cumberland Poetry
Midwest Quarterly. You can currently find his poems available for
viewing on the Mandrake
Poetry Review and City
Writers Review websites. His work, The Open Ward, was
awarded the Leslie Hunt Memorial Prize in Poetry. Douglas lives in Seattle,
Washington, with his wife and two sons, where he teaches
writing and literature at Seattle Central College and also
serves as advisor for the literary journal, Corridors.
Joyce Davis lives
in Oakland, California, where she is completing her MFA in
Fiction at Mills College. She was the recipient of the first
prize for the 2005 Ardella Mills Prize for Fiction, and was
nominated for the 2006 Best New American Voices. She
currently works as the Design Editor for 580 Split, and
is the Head TA for the Mills College Place for Writers.
is an American poet/musician based in Philly. He has work
in Jacket, Rain Taxi, Many Mountains Moving,
etc., has released three albums and established the blog-journals
pfs post and stoning the devil. He runs the
multi-media artists co-op philly free school and is finishing
an MFA at New England College.
is an author and publisher based in Stuttgart, Germany. He
is author of 4 books of poetry and prose including 2004's
critically acclaimed Ego Themenpark and is
editor for the dynamic Stuttgart-based Lautsprecher Verlag,
which has published many of the most original voices of recent
Fisher's poems are forthcoming in Bay Area Poetics
and Viz. He currently lives in the East Bay where he
tries to get avian visitors to his bird feeder.
lives in Chicago. She graduated from the University of Texas
with her M.A. in Creative Writing, where she won the Keene
Award for Poetry in 2004. She is also a singer/songwriter.
has had reviews and poems published in many places off and
online. Recently, he reviewed Cole Swensen's Goest in
issue 8 of 'word/ for word'. He has a review in the current
issue (28) of Jacket. Other publications where his work
has appeared include Moria, Milk, earlier issues
of Jacket, Goodfoot, AUGHT and Jack.
Kalish is working on a novel that will serve as her
MFA Thesis in Creative Writing. She has lived in New
York, San Francisco, Australia, Las Vegas and currently
freezes her butt off in Chicago. Mandy has never injured
anyone in a hunting accident and does not usually eat duck.
Kanak is an author and translator based in Seattle. Recent
work appears in Prague Literary Review, Circumference
and others. His book croix noire is forthcoming from
Horse Less Press; recent translations include Aquamarine
by Austrian author Peter Pessl (upcoming 2006, Twisted Spoon)
and Helicopter Hysteria by Heinrich Dubel. He is poetry
editor for London-based Stimulus Respond.
is the author of four full-length collections, including Utopic
(Alice James Books) which earned the 2000 Beatrice Hawley
Award, & The Devotion Field (Alice James Books,
2004); Of & Among There Was a Locus(t) appeared as
a limited small-press edition from Ahsahta Press (2003). She
currently directs the Creative Writing Program at UNLV &
attends the Masters of Studies in Creative Writing at
University of Oxford. His attempts at poetry have appeared or
are forthcoming in Blue Fifth Review, Colorado
Review, Cricket Online Review, DMQ Review
and a goat's handful other publications. Also, he hath snuck
off with several awards for poetry, including a winter
writer's residency at Caldera, and publication of a chapbook Night
is a Good Child, recipient of the 2005 Florence Kahn
was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1944. His collected
poetry of 1965-2004 is available in two volumes, Intimate
Voices and access to the silence from Etruscan
Books, Devon. He teaches Creative Writing at Glasgow
's intense interests are lie in modes of transportation cars
busses airplane boats places next to 'em or outside them and
strategies. Strategico Logicicos. Busses airplanes boats
Thisn to boat in
This fish Stevie Wonder
his other time William is a wine seller.
whats going on?
has contributed poems and translations to Clara Venus, Chiron
Review, Segue, Burning Leaf, The Drunken
Boat, and Voices Israel, criticism to Small
Press Review and The Film Journal, and is the
author of a book of poetry called notebook and sheaves
(AmErica House, 2002).
books include two novels: Bobby's Girl (Coffee House
Press, 1986) and The Lion's Share (Coffee House Press,
1991) and sixteen poetry books, including House and Home
(Marsh Hawk Press, 2003) and Beggars at the Wall (Ikon,
October 2005). An anthology she edited, Bearing Life:
Women's Writings on Childlessness, was published in
January 2000 by The Feminist Press. She lives in New York
City, where she is Executive Editor of American Book Review
and reviews regularly for Library Journal. More
information and links to her writing on the Internet can be
found on her homepage: www.rochelleratner.com.
denni s omera plays the text collector in the
cuts/interstices taking the WOR D irection on the page,
through performance, or collaboration. his play on the page
can be found in the last couple CHAIN's, TINFISH
#14 and upcoming POMPOM.
Stephanie Young lives and works in
Oakland, near the lake. Also online on good days: www.stephanieyoung.org/blog, and in a book: Telling
the Future Off (Tougher Disguises Press, 2005).
Tilson, a 52- year-old school teacher of seventh grade
language arts in Tampa, turned to Macromedia Flash to present
information to students in a more interesting format. These
cycling mandalas represent a synthesis combining animating
techniques and realization of the cyclic nature of education
and the learning experience.