Rane Arroyo is the author of four books of poems, the latest
being Home Movies Of Narcissus (University of Arizona Press).
He has published extensively and can be read in The Massachusetts
Review, Pool, The Caribbean review, The Hawaii Review and many
other places. His most recent adventure was being the guest poetry
editor for Heliotrope. His email is RRArroyo@aol.com
His latest project is a long poem about space aliens and illegal
aliens in American imagination.
Baker is a writer and musician
from Toronto, Canada. He has had two books of poetry published,
Fingerspelling (Penumbra Press) and Wound Culture
(Unbound Books), and has released numerous albums on various independent
record labels around the world.
Liz Betz lives near Vermilion,
Alberta with her husband where they work in hay fields and pastures.
Her fictional short stories have appeared in Green's Magazine,
a 2003 anthology from Smoky Peace Press and on-line at Regina
Gordon Moyer is a painter, poet, essayist,
and historian of science living in Tucson, Arizona, USA. He has
published poetry in Blue Unicorn, The Baltimore Review, Potomac
Review, Babel, Xanadu, and many other literary journals. Some of
Moyer's scientific and mathematical articles have appeared in Sky
and Telescope, Scientific American, and Quantum. Currently, Moyer
is teaching himself tensor analysis and composing a book of aphorisms.
Contact him at email@example.com.
Nemeth is a graduate of
Boston University with a BA in Art History, currently residing in
Cleveland, OH. Her poems have appeared in
Peralta Press (College
of Alameda, CA), RiversEdge
(University of Texas, Edinburg),
This Hard Wind, Art Crimes, Haz Mat Review, Curbside Review, Brutal
Imagination, Poet, Taurpaulin Sky and
other literary reviews. In 1997 she was selected to review her manuscript
with former U.S. poet laureate, Richard Wilbur, at the Key West
Writer's group in Key West, Florida. She is senior editor for
Since moving to Puget Sound in 1994,
he has explored the streets of Seattle and been a principal participant
in rhetorical art around the region.