aND is a longtime DIY cultural anarchist & the
creator of an infoplex worth of visual-verbal lit, audio-art,
performance ritual & hypermedia for the Macintosh, all
distributed by Xexoxial Editions. His hypermedia works reside
at JOGLARS Crossmedia Broadcast (http://www.joglars.org).
Recent work has focused on activiating online collaborative
workspaces where writers & media artists can create
collective digital works in a real-time environment. Since
1991, he has made his home at Dreamtime Village (http://www.dreamtimevillage.org),
a hypermedia/permaculture village project, located in the
driftless bioregion of southwestern Wisconsin. And devotes
much time to creating edible wilderness indoors & out,
growing such things as figs, citrus, cherries, grapes &
chestnuts. 1998 marked the creation of THE DRIFTLESS GROTTO OF
WEST LIMA (http://www.dreamtimevillage.org/grotto), a
permanent public grotto/park/installation which when finished
will feature a bird-operated time machine in a 25-ft blue
is currently a library clerk living in Brooklyn, NY. A
two-poet chapbook of his work "Headless, nameless / Death
hippie dub EP," split with Christopher Eaton will be
available from Bad Noises Productions (www.badnoiseproductions.com)
in the very near future. A second work, "Grammar
Crisis," is forthcoming from the same in late 2006.
Brock has spent much of her working life in human
rights, but is about to get her MFA in Creative Writing from
Mills College. After 3.5 years in Colombia, South America, she
is about to publish a chapter in a book put out by the United
Nations University on Humanitarian Diplomacy entitled
"Protection through Diplomacy in Colombia."
Currently, however, she writes short stories about women who
turn into seals and leprechauns who sell orgasms at exorbitant
prices - and these poems.
is a full-time university student at New College of
Florida in Sarasota, working toward a liberal arts
concentration in sociology. In October, Burke's short short
story "Blue Fairy" published in Eclectica
Michael Chacko Daniels grew up in
Bombay. Books: Split in Two (1971, 2004), Anything Out of
Place Is Dirt (1971, 2004), and That Damn Romantic Fool (1972,
2005); Writers Workshop, Kolkata. A former community worker
and clown, Daniels has a master’s in journalism from
Northwestern University. In
June 2005, his story, Sing an Indian Name was published by
Syntax, and in Feb. 2006, Dragonfire
published Three Dozen Mangoes for Mr. Diefenbaker. Read
all about his Indian and American journey @ http://indiawritingstation.com/community-service-calls/
Dearinger revels in red lipstick, tricycles, and her
French press. She owns dozens of pairs of black socks of
various patterns and, according to her landlord, has poor fire
escape etiquette. She is currently an intern for Small Press
Distribution and an MFA Candidate at Mills College.
is currently working on his graduate degree at the University
of Buffalo's Poetics program. His work has been published in
Moria, can we have our ball back?, Nitrogen Brat Rag and by
Eichert had a nice day today. He lives in Oakland,
at an investment firm in West Virginia
and is pursuing his M.B.A.
His wife and cat see him occasionally.
He has appeared or is forthcoming in Forklift,
Ohio, Redactions, Confluence, Pebble Lake Review,
Stirring, The Salt Review, and elsewhere.
Noah Eli Gordon
is the author of two full-length collections:
The Frequencies; The Area of Sound Called the
Subtone; and three forthcoming collections: Novel Pictorial Noise (selected by John Ashbery for the 2006 National Poetry Series),
Inbox, and A Fiddle Pulled From the Throat of a
Sparrow. Find his page of links here: http://humanverb.blogspot.com/
short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in New
York Stories, New Delta Review, Zyzzyva, Talking River Review,
Glimmer Train, and South Dakota Review, among
paul kavanagh was born in England 1971. he is happy. his wife is happy. together they are happy.
and Aaron James McNally both
Iowa, where each of them grew up and attended the University
Northern Iowa. Each are now
earning graduate degrees: FK an MFA in Poetry at the
and AM an MA in English Literature at UNI.
Their postcard discourses have been recently featured
in UDP’s 6x6 and Effing Magazine, and both
have work forthcoming from Octopus Magazine and Pilot
Books and Magazine.
is the author of the poetry collection, Antidotes for an Alibi
(Blazvox Books 2005), a Lambda Book Award finalist, and the
chapbook, The People Instruments (Pavement Saw Press Chapbook
Award 2002). She currently teaches Creative Writing and
English at Nassau Community College as well as a workshop of
her own design, Making the Urban Poetic, at Poets House in
Manhattan. Amy is an interview correspondent for miPOradio and
the managing editor for MiPOesias. Please visit
www.amyking.org for more.
Mara-Ann is a writer, performer, and San Francisco based
genre crosser. Recent work includes the books lighthouse (Atelos
2002) and forthcoming: ecnelis (a+bend press 2000), vocal
performance on CDs Luminous (atmoworks 2006) with
ambientPortal(Mykl Neufeld) and Water Rights (2000) with
composer Sean Abreu, mixed media collage TWO falling standing
(Washington Pavilion Visual Arts Center 2006), San Francisco
area shows of her movietelling piece The Beginning Return
(2006) and live improvised voice performance with UPPTEKA
(four vocalists and a DJ). When not contemplating the nature
of emptiness, Mara can be found carefully labeling small
containers of dirt collected from across the globe while
adamantly refusing to alphabetize her literature or music
Mitchell-Lumsden lives in Oakland, Ca.
Schrader's hair started thinning at the age of 18. He
realized then that he would need to either develop an
interesting personality or wear an interesting hat. You will
rarely find him hatless.
has worked as a newspaper reporter, sandwich man, olive
packer and advertising creative director. One of his
commercials won a Silver Lion at Cannes. His stories have
appeared in Tampa Review, The South Dakota Review, The
North Atlantic Review, Word Riot, In Posse Review, The
Pedestal Magazine, The Timber Creek Review, The Front Range
Review, The Jabberwock Review, Jewish Currents, The Coe
Review, Hobart Online, Amarillo Bay, The Adirondack Review,
The Paumanok Review, Smokelong Quarterly, Subterranean
Quarterly, Thieves Jargon, Lily, The Summerset Review, and
others. His piece, “Getaway,” published by Verbsap,
is on the Million Writers Award list of Notable Online Stories
of 2005. Byline Magazine and The Worcester Review
have nominated his stories to the Pushcart Committee. New work
was recently accepted by Oyster Boy Review and Alimentum.
William Stobb lives in La Crosse, Wisconsin, where he
teaches writing classes at Viterbo University and co-curates,
with David Krump, the monthly reading series at The Pump House
Regional Arts Center. His first full-length collection
Nervous Systems is a 2006 National Poetry Series
selection, and is forthcoming from Penguin.
born (1939) NYC, grew up in Manhattan and its environs. Early
studies in musical composition led to writing poetry. Worked
for Denise Levertov briefly in the Sixties in Berkeley. Twelve
published books, including the just-published anthology The
Sorrow Psalms, University of Iowa Press. Nominated for a
Pushcart Prize, 2005, fiction in "The Dublin
Quarterly" forthcoming in Prairie Schooner, New Works
Review. She has made British Columbia, Canada, her home for
the past quarter century.
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.
Trott has been thinking and writing about land
development. Her poems and essays can be found in Shampoo,
There, Watchword and other journals. She teaches high school.