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..:: CONTENTS ::..
   Volume I, Issue II

..:: POETRY ::..


..:: PROSE ::..
..:: ART ::..
..:: REVIEWS ::..
..:: ETC ::..
   Contributor's Notes

..:: ARCHIVES ::..
   Volume I, Issue I
   Volume I, Issue II
   Volume II, Issue I
   Volume II, Issue II
   Volume III, Issue I
   Volume III, Issue II
   Volume IV, Issue I
 


Adam Benforado
is a Frank Knox Fellow with the Cambridge Faculty of Law.  His work has appeared in an eclectic mix of publications, from the Baltimore Sun to the Emory Law Journal to Crustaceana.  He is currently editing his first novel.

Charles Bernstein's most recent book is Shadowtime, a libretto, written for composer Brian Ferneyhough. He teaches at the University of Pennsylvania. More info at his weblog at the Electronic Poetry Center.

Martha Clarkson designs corporate interiors in Seattle. She is a graduate of University of Oregon and writes both fiction and poetry. Her work can be found in Seattle Review, pindledyboz, monkeybicycle.net, and forthcoming in Nimrod.

kari edwards is author of iduna (O Books, 2003), a day in the life of p. (subpress collective, 2002), a diary of lies– Belladonna #27 (Belladonna Books, 2002), and post/(pink) (Scarlet Press, 2000). edwards’ work can also be found in Scribner’s The Best American Poetry 2004, Civil Disobediences: Poetics and Politics in Action (Coffee House Press, 2004), Biting the Error: writers explore narrative (Coach House, 2004), and Bisexuality and Transgenderism: InterSEXions of the Others (Hawoth Presss, Inc., 2004). kari can always be contacted at: k.e.terra1@gmail.com.

David Harrison Horton is author of Pete Hoffman Days (Pinball, 2003). His work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Denver Quarterly, Five Fingers Review, 580 Split and Pom2. He currently lives and writes in Beijing, China. chasepark@hotmail.com.

Mark Kanak is a writer and translator currently based in Seattle. Work has recently appeared (or is forthcoming) in Prague Literary Review, Circumference, Poetry Salzburg Review and others. Recent translations (into English) include Helicopter Hysteria by Heinrich Dubel, selected work from Austrian author Peter Pessl, including his book of short stories, Aquamarine (Twisted Spoon), and (into German) Jeff Tweedy’s Adult Head (Lautsprecher Press, Stuttgart). Two new collections are forthcoming later this year from Horse Less Press (Providence) and Lautsprecher Press.

Friedrich Kerksieck runs Small Fires Press (www.smallfirespress.com) & is currently working on a postcard-poem manuscript with cohort Airen McNally.

Yung Seoul Kim is a recent Michener Fellow and 2005 graduate of the MFA program at the University of Texas, Austin. Forthcoming poems will appear in The Seattle Review, Sulphur River Literary Review, and Cranky. Previous work has been published in The Briar Cliff Review and New York Stories Magazine. Yung recently completed a first book of poetry entitled Internal Wild. Born in Seoul, she is a former resident of Manhattan, Paris, and London. She lives in Los Angeles.  

Todd Scott Moffett is a professor of English at the Community College of Southern Nevada and associate editor of Red Rock Review. As a writer or editor, he has published two books, an anthology, a textbook, and a few poems and stories. He lives in Las Vegas with his wife and his daughter who is becoming more of a genius every day.

Sundin Richards has been the recipient of several attentions for his poems. He is a construction worker, living in Salt Lake City.

Jeremy James Thompson’s published works include Stupid Paper Book (Stupid Books), Knuckles (Mister Mr. Publications), and Junk as a Series of Misunderstandings (a Press is a Press). He was born in Los Angeles, CA, and now resides in Oakland, CA, where he is pursuing his Masters at Mills College.

Wes Tilson, a 52- year-old school teacher of seventh grade language arts in Tampa, turned to Macromedia Flash to present information to students in a more interesting format. These cycling mandalas represent a synthesis combining animating techniques and realization of the cyclic nature of education and the learning experience.   

 

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Cricket Online Review Vol. I, No. II August 2005

Acknowledgements

Charles Bernstein's "The Bricklayer's Arms" first appeared in Rattapallax #11.  Reprinted with the author's permission.

Cover art by Wesley Tilson

 

Cricket Online Review

Editors     Chad Lietz & J.D. Mitchell
Managing Editor    Jeff Sturm
Prose Editor     Corey Johnson
Poetry Editor     J. Mara Goldberg

 

Cricket Online Review is published twice yearly by Green Man Press, Iowa.
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