Cricket Online Review Table of Contents

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   Volume VI, Issue I

..:: POETRY ::..

..:: PROSE ::..
..:: OTHER ::..

..:: ETC ::..
   Contributor's Notes

..:: ARCHIVES ::..
   Volume I, Issue I
   Volume I, Issue II
   Volume II, Issue I
   Volume II, Issue II
   Volume III, Issue I
   Volume III, Issue II
   Volume IV, Issue I
Volume IV, Issue II
   Volume V, Issue I


Christopher Arigo's first poetry collection Lit interim (Pavement Saw, 2003) won the 2001-2002 Transcontinental Poetry Prize (selected by David Bromige). His second collection In the archives (2007) was recently published by Omnidawn Press. Currently a Schaeffer Poetry Fellow at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, he is also the Managing Editor of Interim. His translations of Italian poet Dome Bulfaro are forthcoming in a bilingual edition of his collection Bones and flesh (Le Voci della Luna, Bologna, 2008).

Scott Bentley lives with his family in Oakland, California. He teaches writing at California State University-East Bay, Mills College on occasion, and elsewhere. He is the author of two chapbooks—Edge (Birdcage Chapbooks, 1987) and Out of Hand (Parenthesis Writing Series, 1989), and two full-length books: Ground Air (O Books, 1994) and The Occasional Tables (sub press, 2000); and he has co-translated the work of Brazilian writer, Regis Bonvicino and others. Some of the latest translations appear in New American Writing and The Pip Anthology of World Poetry of the 20th Century (Vol. 3)—Nothing the Sun Could Not Explain: 20 Contemporary Brazilian Poets (Green Integer, 2003). Other work has appeared in The Poker, The Styles, Syllogism, Tinfish, Word For/Word and elsewhere.

Currently living in Antibes, on the French Riviera, Thierry Brunet began writing short-films while working as an assistant director in Paris. His interviews with writers and musicians, and music reviews have published in Spike and Chronic'art, respectively. His poems and illustrated texts have appeared or are forthcoming in Mathematical Poetry, Word For/ Word, La page blanche, La revue x, T.A.P.I.N… In January 2007, he created Nova Cookie and Frozen Hell, an experimental journal publishing only very short stories in 6 words, in any language. His avant-poetry chapbook, Codex Beauty, is now available from BlazeVOX.

Dome Bulfaro is an Italian poet and artist. His chapbook-length work Ossa. 16 reperti (Bones: 16 reports) appeared in the anthology Settimo Quaderno di Poesia Contemporanea (Marcos y Marcos, Milano 2001). He has also published Prove di contatto (Coen Tanugi, Milano 2006) and Carne. 16 contatti (D'IF, Napoli 2007), along with numerous journal publications. His forthcoming work includes a bilingual full-length collection Ossa e carne (Bones and flesh) with English translations by Christopher Arigo (Spring 2008).

Joel Chace has published poetry and prose poetry in 6ix, Tomorrow, Lost and Found Times, Coracle, xStream, Three Candles, 2River View, and Veer. He has published more than a dozen collections. Forthcoming from BlazeVox Books is Cleaning the Mirror: New and Selected Poems, and from Paper Kite Press, Matter No Matter, another full-length collection. For many years, Chace has been Poetry Editor for the experimental electronic magazine 5_Trope.

Laurel DeCou currently lives in Oakland, CA. Her work has recently appeared online in There and Coconut. She enjoys conceiving of elaborate art projects and finding friends and friendly acquaintances to teach her how to bring them to life.

Kane X. Faucher is a doctoral candidate and an emerging/mid-career author at the University of Western Ontario’s Centre for the Study of Theory & Criticism in London, Canada. He has published three novels, Urdoxa (2004), Codex Obscura (2005), Fort & Da (2006), and Tales Pinned on a Complete Ass: Travels to Romania, London, and even Detroit (2007). Faucher’s work has appeared or will be appearing soon in the following: Aesthetica, Azimute, Big Bridge, Bywords, Copious Magazine, The Danforth Review, Defenestration, Eratio, Fifteen Project, Graffito, Graffitifish, In/Words, Ink Magazine, In Our Own Words (anthology), Jacob’s Ladder (anthology), LinQ, Litera, Literary Research/Recherche Litteraire, Megalomania, Me Three, Nthposition, Nebula, Oversion, Paradoxism (anthology), Propaganda: A Journal of Arts & Literature, Quill and Ink, Retort Magazine, Starving Arts, Somewhat, Verb, Uber, Unlikely Stories, Variaciones Borges, editorial introduction to Che Elias’ ‘The Pagan Ellipsis’, and six chapbooks.

Dan Fisher tries his best to eradicate certain educational and social inequities in the Oakland Unified School District as an Academic Counselor. Recently, his poems and broadsides have been included in Bay Poetics and Viz: Inter-Arts EVENT: A Trans-Genre Anthology. He also tries his hand at putting together collages, and drawing your face while you read poems.

Anne Heide edits the poetry journal CAB/NET out of Denver. Her poetry has most recently appeared or is forthcoming in Notre Dame Review, Shampoo, Coconut, Octopus, Ur Vox, the tiny, and No Tell Motel, among others. She is currently working towards a doctorate in English and Creative Writing at the University of Denver.

Reed Kellman's fiction and non-fiction have been published in Thrasher, West Coast Performer, Strength, and elsewhere. He lives in San Francisco, CA and is writing his first novel, GeckoLand.

Chad Lietz lives and works in Oakland, CA. His chapbook, Bher-, is forthcoming from Erg in late 2007.

William Moor's work has appeared in various journals and also in email inboxes of professionals throughout the country and ambassadors from around the world. An Arizona native, he moved to the Bay Area in 2003 in order to escape the oppressive summer heat. He currently works with a handful of wineries in Napa Valley, and lives with his friends in the quiet town of Alameda. 

Jennifer Nellis temporarily relocated from San Francisco, California to Miami, Florida. She is terrified to cross the street as a pedestrian or cyclist. Look for her forthcoming project fueled by the horror of car culture, sidewalks that end or are nonexistent, and the ecological ramifications of poor urban planning.

Polis is an association established by nature for the supply of everyday needs. In place, there must be a union of those who cannot exist without each other.

Residing in Brooklyn, John Pookie enjoys writing a gob of short stories. The most recent collections are "Break Emergency in Case of Glass" and "Same As Reverse."

Spencer Selby is the author of eight poetry books, three compilations of visual work and a study of film noir. His work published herein is from a series titled Flush Contour, which will be published as a book by Otoliths Press later this year.

Lynn Strongin has published twelve books, including the anthology The Sorrow Psalms (University of Iowa Press). She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2005. She has made British Columbia, Canada her home for the past quarter century. 

Jeremy James Thompson is a typographer and poet currently working under a scholarship at the Center for Book Arts in New York City. His work focuses on the process of collaboration, the reinvention of propaganda, and the defining of a practical avant-garde. For more information, visit




Cricket Online Review Vol. III, No. II November 2007

Editors     Chad Lietz & J.D. Mitchell-Lumsden
Prose Editor     Corey Johnson
Associate Editor     Jeffrey Schrader

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