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Her poems have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. Nathan Hauke lives in Salt Lake City. His single goal in life is to exist for extended periods of time without working. Andrew Kozma received his M. She lives in New York where she runs the Control Poetry reading series.


For more information on Amy, please check out her blog at amylawless. Mark Leidner grew up in Tifton, a small town in south Georgia. It was a finalist for the Patterson prize. Christopher Lirette is currently on a Fulbright grant writing poems in the Acadian region of Canada. His recipe for Red Fish Courtbouillion comes in general from his Cajun roots and living in Acadiana and New Orleans, and specifically from his time as a private cook in Chicago, where he evacuated during Hurricane Katrina. Chris Martin lives on Maple St. Luck and innocence have got him this far. He is also a rapper, teacher, and editor-in-chief of puppyflowers.

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He stopped not looking and got stuck that way. His first novel, Lake Overturn , will be published in by HarperCollins. Heidi McKye , newly an American, lives, writes, and plays with a very small but quiet dog in Chicago, in an apartment across from the park. Trey Moody lives with his wife in Austin, Texas, in an old yellow house.

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Currently stacked on his table: His poetry has appeared in The Rusty Toque and in Floodwall magazine, and his fiction has been published in Kwani and Internazionale. She studied art history and English literature at Syracuse University and curates a poetry reading series in Williamsburg called Sang for Nothing. She worships steadily at the altars of Frank Stanford and James Wright. Carolyn Orosz lives and writes in Madison, Wis. He lives in Long Beach, Calif. He lives in the Finger Lakes of New York.

Ruben Rodriguez sleeps near the Pacific Ocean, where he writes, paints, and sells T-shirts to tourists. You can find him online at rubenstuff. He is a special education teacher who lives in Pittsburgh.

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Her poems have been anthologized in Best American Poetry and Jeff Sirkin grew up in Cincinnati. He writes on popular music and literature, and his work has appeared or is forthcoming in Mandorla , Puerto Del Sol , the Volta , and elsewhere. He currently teaches in the creative writing department at the University of Texas, El Paso, where he also co-curates the Dishonest Mailman Reading Series.

His first book of poetry is forthcoming from Veliz Books in Andy Stallings lives in Deerfield, Mass. Amber Tamblyn is an author, actress and director who has been nominated for an Emmy, Golden Globe, and Independent Spirit Award for her work in television and film. She has three collections of poetry and prose, most recently Dark Sparkler Harper Perennial, which explores the lives and deaths of child star actresses, with accompanying artwork by such luminaries as Marilyn Manson and David Lynch, amongst others.

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She reviews books of poetry written by women for Bust Magazine and is a contributing writer for The Poetry Foundation and visiting Woodrow Wilson Fellow. She lives in Brooklyn. This is her first published piece. Naomi Ulsted is a memoir and fiction writer. She lives with her two sons and husband in Portland, Oregon, where she also directs a Job Corps training program for under-privileged youth.

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Before going to Cornell for a Ph. For more than thirty years he has been a serious photographer, beginning with studies of the people and walls of Mexico. He was always drawn to close-ups, dramatic color, the abstractions that arise from an uncommon view of a common subject, and the effects of dramatic lighting.

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