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Rane Arroyo: Rane Arroyo’s newest book is The Portable Famine, the 2004 John Ciardi Prize Winner (BkMk Press). He lives and writes in Toledo, Ohio with his partner, also a poet, wise cat, and his ghosts.

William James Austin: William James Austin has published four collections of poetry and theoretical essays in his UNDERWOR(L)D series, a book length critical study of T.S. Elliot and Deconstruction, and has written music and lyrics for Lou Rawls and other artists. His mixed media work has been exhibited at the Durban Segnini Gallery in Miami, FL.

John M. Bennett: John M. Bennett has published over 200 books and chapbooks of poetry, visual poetry, and other works. He was editor of LOST AND FOUND TIMES (1975-2005) and is Curator of the Avant Writing Collection at The Ohio State University Libraries.

John Bradley: John Bradley lives in Dekalb, Illinois with his wife Jane, and their cat Luna.. He teaches at Northern Illinois University.

David Breeden: David Breeden has published several novels and books of poems. He writes when no one is looking.

Loredana Brugnaro: Loredana has been writing since the early 90’s capturing her surreal experiences as she traverses life in metropolitan Boston.

Michael Burkard: Michael Burkard’s books include MY SECRET BOAT (Norton), UNSLEEPING, and ENTIRE DILEMMA (both Sarabande). Teaches at Syracuse University.

Barry Casselman: Barry Casselman was born in Erie, Pennsylvania, and now lives in Minneapolis. His poems have appeared in numerous publications, including American Poetry Review, Another Chicago Magazine, Boston Literary Review, Chiaroscuro, Calcutta 2000, Floating Island, and Kansas Quarterly.

Edward Cates: Ed Cates has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards. His long poem, REMEMBER YOUR DREAMS, set to music by Charles Dvoŕak, drew an audience of 750. He is indexed in International who’s who in Poetry at Oxford.

Gary Fincke: Gary Fincke’s most recent books are STANDING AROUND THE HEART (poems, 2005, Arkansas), SORRY I WORRIED YOU (stories, 2004, Georgia-Flannery O’Connor Prize), and AMP’D: A FATHER’S BACKSTAGE PASS (nonfiction, 2004, Michigan State), an account of his son’s life in two signed rock bands.

Gian Lombardo: Gian Lombardo is father to Carlo, son to Santo, and a middling winemaker. He also makes books, students and prose poems—not necessarily in that order and not necessarily simultaneously. His website Quale Press is at

John Minczeski: Most recent book, CIRCLE ROUTES, University of Akron Press, 2001. Recent work appearing or forthcoming in Marlboro Review, Rattapallix, Mid-American Review, Crab Orchard Review, and others.

Dzvinia Orlowsky: Dzvinia Orlowsky’s most recent book, EXCEPT FOR ONE OBSCENE BRUSHSTROKE, was published by Carnegie Mellon University Press. She is a founding editor of Four Way Books and is currently on the faculty of the Solstice Summer Writer’s Conference of Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, MA.

Eric Pankey: Eric Pankey is the author of seven collections of poetry, most recently RELINGUARIES. He teaches at George Mason University.

Simon Perchik: Simon Perchik is an attorney whose poems have appeared in Partisan Review, The New Yorker and elsewhere. Readers interested in learning more about him are invited to read Magic, Illusion and Other Realities at

David Ray: David Ray's latest book is The Death of Sardanapalus and Other Poems of the Iraq Wars(Howling Dog Press). His awards include the William Carlos Williams Award (twice), an N.E.A. Fellowship, 6 P.E.N. Syndicated Fiction Awards, and The Nuclear Age Foundation Peace Award, as well as several nominations for Pulitzer and Pushcart Prizes. He can be reached at

Catherine Sasanov: Catherine Sasanov is the author of the poetry collections Traditions of Bread and Violence and All the Blood Tethers, and the chapbook, What’s Left of Galgani, recently released by Franciscan University Press.

Roberta Swann: Roberta Swann recently was published in New Letters, On Earth, and Queen’s Quarterly. She was co-founder of The American Jazz Orchestra with John Lewis and Gary Giddins. She currently works as a fashion editor in NYC.

Susan Tepper: Susan Tepper’s poetry, fiction, and essays appear in Salt Hill, Boston Review, American Letters & Commentary and many more. She has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and NPR’s Selected Shorts.

Diane Wald: Diane Wald’s most recent book, THE YELLOW HOTEL, was published by Verse Press. She works for animal welfare at the MSPCA in Boston, MA

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