Erik Anderson's poems and reviews have appeared in
American Letters & Commentary, Sleeping Fish, The Recluse,
Rain Taxi, CAB/NET, The Poetry Project Newsletter, Parcel and
others. He is contributing poetry editor at the Denver
Quarterly and edits the mail-art magazine Thuggery &
Ang serves as a poetry editor for The Pedestal Magazine
and Press 1. Her books and chapbooks include The Desecration
of Doves (2005), Secret Love Poems (Rubicon Press, 2007) and
Bundles of Letters Including A, V and Epsilon (Texture Press,
2008), co-written with Valerie Fox. She lives in Spinea,
Italy. More of her writing is available at www.leafscape.org.
Bloch's new chapbook, Sonnets, is forthcoming from
Katalanché Press. She received an MFA from Mills College and
is now a Benjamin Franklin Fellow at the University of
Pennsylvania, where she is writing a dissertation on postwar
American poetry and co-curates the Emergency reading series.
Her poetry has appeared recently in Cue, Women's Studies
Quarterly and Sidebrow.
compound eye may consist of thousands of individual
photoreception units. The image perceived is a combination of
inputs from the numerous ommatidia (individual "eye
units"), which are located on a convex surface, thus
pointing in slightly different directions. This, for Jorge
Boehringer, results in a specific type of focus, in which
multiple systems of polymathic pursuits are allowed to
progress at their own rates, attaining, as such, a unified,
rather than fractured, perspective, though a perspective
different from that enjoyed by our ancestors—human and
otherwise. Boehringer is active foremost as a composer.
Samples of his sound work are accessible online by searching
his name or "Core of the Coalman." He lives
presently in Prague.
Brown teaches at Saint Joseph's University. He holds an
MFA from Vermont College. Recent work has appeared or is
forthcoming in Cream City Review, Hunger Mountain,
Connecticut Review, Saint Ann's Review, Evansville Review,
Laurel Review, Dalhousie Review, upstreet and others. He
is the author of the award-winning collection Mad to Live (Flume
Press, 2008) and will have an essay on (very) short fiction in
the forthcoming anthology The Rose Metal Press Field Guide
to Writing Flash Fiction: Tips from Editors, Teachers, and
Writers in the Field (Rose Metal Press, 2009). He serves as an editor with SmokeLong
Fox lives and teaches in southern Louisiana. He has
published chapbooks of poetry and three texts of
multi-genre work in a series tentatively titled Dream of a
Book: What Of, At That and For To. The fourth, Delta
is scheduled for Spring 2009 release from Ahadada Books.
Frakes appears in Best New Poets of 2008 (Meridian Press).
In 2006, he received the James Vaughan and the Peggy Ferris
awards for poetry. His recent work appears in Bamboo Ridge,
Bottle of Smoke, Cause and Effect and Language and
His chapbook, Unreal Cities, is forthcoming from Trainwreck
Press. He is the former chief editor of Hawaii Review and
Fraley works as an investment advisor and compliance
officer in Columbus, Ohio. In his spare time, he is an argyle
sock. His work has appeared in Forklift Ohio, 42opus, The Hat,
Pebble Lake Review, Caketrain and Fifth Wednesday
mini e-chap, Apropos of Nothing, is available through Gold
Hibbard has recently published a collection of poems
titled Place of Uncertainty, available online at Otoliths
Storefront. A review of a brief Jacques Derrida book is
scheduled for the upcoming issue of Word for/Word, and a
review of Amiri Baraka's Somebody Blew Up America appears in
the fifth issue of Crayon. A long essay titled
"Linear/Nonlinear" can be read online in the
archives of Big Bridge.
kavanagh is a friend of the
Macdonald was recently laid off from his copywriting job.
When not waiting patiently in breadlines, he searches the
streets of Denver, Colo. for gainful employment. His work has
appeared previously in Bombay Gin, Hot Whiskey, American
Drivel Review, Matter and elsewhere. His first book-length
work, The O Mission Repo, is available from Fact-Simile
K. Miller is the author of Forever No
Lo (Tarpaulin Sky
Press, 2008). Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in
DIAGRAM, Word/For Word, Coconut, MiPOesias, ZYZZYVA, Columbia
Poetry Review and others. Originally from Seattle, she is a
2008 Oakland Teaching Fellow.
Shears was born and raised in Ohio, and in the past few
years has resided in any of five different Western States. He
holds graduate degrees from the University of Iowa and the
University of Nevada-Las Vegas, and is teaching at California
College of the Arts. He currently resides in Oakland, Calif.
with his partner, fiction writer Aimee Phan, their
daughter-to-be, and their three mercurial cats.
Stuart is a designer in Central Ohio with an architectural
degree and half an unfinished English degree. He has placed in
national architectural competitions—including a recent 3rd
place showing in the tongue-in-cheek Back-of-the-Envelope Bush
Presidential Library Competition, sponsored by The Chronicle
of Higher Education—but has yet to be published. A number of
stories and a book are currently skittering across desks of
agents and editorial provocateurs. He now spends his time
double spacing his sentences and writing about himself in the
Skip Fox's poem appears in Delta Blues, forthcoming
from Ahadada Books, 2009.
Travis Macdonald's poems first appeared in The O Mission
Repo, published by Fact-Simile Editions; reprinted with
the author's permission.
Teresa K. Miller's poems first appeared in her chapbook, Forever
No Lo, published by Tarpaulin Sky Press; reprinted with
the author's permission.
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