David Alexander's short fiction has appeared variously in Web and print publications. He has lately also been reading his stories at venues in New York City, where he lives, works and rides the subway. Among his recent projects is Death and Venice, an anthology of fiction and poetry that he edited as a special issue of the journal, The Literary Review.
Theresa Boyar's poems, essays, and short fiction have appeared in The Florida Review, Rattle, The Adirondack Review, Stirring, Small Spiral Notebook, Eclectica, and Pierian Springs. She is a three-time Pushcart Prize nominee and is currently at work on a collection of short stories. Theresa lives with her husband and two sons in Helena, Montana.
Regina Coeli deWinter
Regina Coeli deWinter is a published poet and photographer living and working in a small Connecticut River Valley town. Her work has appeared in print in The American Muse, Niederngasse, The Gall and in The Uno Poetry Anthology. Online credits include The 2River View, Disquieting Muses, Wired Hearts, Aileron, AustinDaze, Comrades and many other venues.
Max Dinkman is a writer from Davenport, IA. His work has been published in With the Three-Legged Cat (1 and 2) and Again! With the Three-Legged Cat. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Originally from New England, Jeanette Harris resides in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. She created A Country Rag, an online publication that explores Appalachian culture through diverse poetry, short stories, graphics, regional cuisine and articles.
A.R. Menne is a 24 year-old artist living in Seattle with a wee circus of rodents and a musician. She has a B.A. in literature (hence her habit of dabbling in the lit mags), but her professional inclinations have swung towards art more visual than literary. Menne's online portfolio can be viewed at http://www.zendinou.com.
Takuya Murata is a politics and art major at Oberlin College. He grew up in Tokyo, and is going to south India for one year on a fellowship starting from this summer. Takuya is the founder and the former editor in chief of In Solidarity, a people of color newspaper. He is currently the co-chair of the Asian-American Alliance at Oberlin College, and is actively involved in coalition building among the people of color communities. His work has been published in gallerythe.org and Sidereality. He has been an art editor of Sidereality since July 2003.
Robert Norris lives in Somerville, Massachusetts and is a Master of Arts candidate for the Critical and Creative Thinking program at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. He has occupied his time being a waiter, builder, corporate trainer, retail store clerk, barkeeper, interviewer, temp employee, and dock slave. His future career in writing is just beginning. Plum Ruby Review is his first short story publication.
Kenneth Pobo's work can be found online at: Forpoetry.com, Three Candles, Tamafyhr Mountain Press, Southern Ocean Review, Drexel Online Journal, and elsewhere. His latest book, Introductions, is out from Pearl 's Book'Em Press in Atlanta.
Edward J. Renehan Jr.
Paige Riehl is a South Dakota native and current resident of Saint Paul. She is a Professor of English at Anoka Ramsey Community College in Coon Rapids, MN. Her poetry has been published in The North Coast Review, Red Weather, The Shining Times, and forthcoming in Poetry Motel.
Janet Sarbanes teaches in the School of Critical Studies at the California Institute of the Arts, which houses an MFA Writing Program dedicated to hybrid and experimental forms. She has published short fiction, cultural criticism, and more recently, hybrids of the two. She is currently completing a collection entitled Army of One.
Tom Sheehan has three novels, two in print, "Vigilantes East" (2002) and "Death for the Phantom Receiver," (2003) from Publish America , and one serialized on 3am Magazine, "An Accountable Death." His fourth poetry book was issued June 2003, "This Rare Earth and Other Flights," from Lit Pot Press. "A Collection of Friends," memoirs, will be issued in fall 2004 by Pocol Press. He has four Pushcart nominations and a Silver Rose Award from ART for short story excellence. He has had work on or coming on Tryst, 42 Opus, Dead Mule, Elimae, Snow Monkey, Eclectica, Retort Magazine, Slow Trains, Three Candles, Eleven Bulls, A Man Overboard, Cold Glass, The God Particle, Life Sherpa, The Square Table, Just Good Company, North Dakota Quarterly, Small Spiral Notebook, Fiction Warehouse, Nuvein, The Paumanok Review, etc.
Lisa Zaran is a poet/essayist living in Arizona. Some of her recent work can be found or is upcoming in Lily, Verse Libre Quarterly, Snow Monkey, Erosha, 3rd Muse, SubtleTea, Ink Mag, Snakeskin, and Stick Your Neck Out. Her first full length poetry collection, "the sometimes girl," was recently accepted for publication.