Christopher Arigo's first poetry collection
won the 2001-2002 Transcontinental Poetry Prize (selected by
David Bromige) and was published by Pavement Saw Press (2003).
His second collection In the archives (2007) was released by
Omnidawn Publishing. He co-edits the literary journal Interim
with poet Claudia Keelan and is an Assistant Professor of
English at Washington State University.
Barnes is a recovering newsroom editor and a first-year
poetry MFA student at the University of Mississippi. Her work
has most recently appeared in EOAGH, Southern Women's Review
M. Bennett has published over 300 books and chapbooks of
poetry and other materials. He has published, exhibited and
performed his word art worldwide in thousands of publications
and venues. He was editor and publisher of Lost and Found
Times (1975-2005), and is Curator of the Avant Writing
Collection at The Ohio State University Libraries. Richard
Kostelanetz has called him "the seminal American poet of
my generation." His work, publications and papers are
collected in several major institutions, including Washington
University (St. Louis), SUNY Buffalo, The Ohio State
University, The Museum of Modern Art and other major
Benz has been writing poetry for more than thirty
years-with a big gap in-between. His work can be found in a
variety of print and online journals, including (most
recently) Caper Literary Journal, Blackbox Manifold, Gutter
Eloquence and Right Hand Pointing. Additional poems are
forthcoming at DIAGRAM and DailyHaiku. An associate editor of
Shakespeare's Monkey Revue, he lives in Minneapolis with his
wife, two cats and a dog.
Cancel is a Brooklyn-based poet/performer having published
with various U.S. and U.K. presses. For more work by Cancel,
visit www.myspace.com/billycancel (sound poetry),
www.myspace.com/palefarmballads (noise poetry) and
Ryder Collins has work published in
Monkeybicycle, decomP, Dogzplot, DIAGRAM, shady side review,
and Segue, among others. Her chapbook, Orpheus on toast, is forthcoming
soon from Imaginary
Friend Press. Her ugly bloggy can be found left behind at
the pound: http://bignortherngirlgoes.blogspot.com/
DeCarteret's work has appeared in the anthologies
Poetry: The Next Generation (Carnegie Mellon Press), New Pony:
Collaborations & Responses (Horse Less Press), Thus Spake
the Corpse: An Exquisite Corpse Reader (Black Sparrow Press)
and Under the Legislature of Stars—62 New Hampshire Poets
(Oyster River Press), which he also co-edited. Last year, he
was selected as the seventh Poet Laureate of Portsmouth, N.H.
Fieled is a poet based in Philadelphia. He has released
four print books: Opera Bufa (Otoliths, 2007), When You
Bit... (Otoliths, 2008), Chimes (BlazeVOX, 2009),
and Apparition Poems (BlazeVOX, 2010), as well
as numerous chaps, e-chaps, and e-books, including Posit (Dusie
Press, 2007), Beams (BlazeVOX, 2007) and The White Album
(ungovernable press, 2009). His work has appeared in Tears in
the Fence, Great Works, Listenlight, Otoliths, PennSound, The
Argotist, Upstairs at Duroc, Jacket, and in the &Now
Anthology from Lake Forest College Press. A graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania, he also holds an MFA from New
England College and an MA from Temple University, where he is
completing his PhD.
Fortuna attends the University of Georgia. He plays bass
in "The Peter Pancakes" and "Tumbleweed
Stampede" and collaborates with other area musicians.
KJ Hannah Greenberg and
her hibernaculum of imaginary hedgehogs roam the verbal
hinterlands. Sylvan creatures to a one, they fashion narrative
from leaves, shiny bugs and marshmallow fluff. Some of the
homes for their writing have included: 365 Tomorrows,
AlienSkin Magazine, AntipodeanSF, Bards and Sages, and
Morpheus Tales. What's more, her critiques of speculative
fiction are published at Tangent Online.com and Hannah is
serving as an Associate Editor at Bewildering Stories.
In other genres, Hannah's also rocking and rolling. A few
months ago, she was nominated for the Pushcart Prize, in
poetry. This month, one of her books of essays, Oblivious
to the Obvious: Wishfully Mindful Parenting has been published.
Visit her website for excerpts/sample
chapters. To order, please go to Amazon.com.
lives in Pittsburgh, where he works part-time in a candy
store. The rest of his time is divided between biking, playing
Go, cooking, sleeping and editing sound files.
by Tom Hibbard has appeared in many online and print
publications. Recent poetry has appeared in Cannot Exist,
moria, Jacket, Jack and a section of "political
poems" in Word/For Word. Several reviews of other poets'
work have been published recently in Galatea Resurrects and
Big Bridge. Copies of the poetry collection Place of
Uncertainty are available online through Otoliths Storefront.
The poems published here are from a new collection titled The
Sacred River of Consciousness.
Leatherman's first collection of poems, Stranger
be published by Mayapple Press in early 2011. Work is
forthcoming or has recently appeared in New American Writing,
Indiana Review, Barrow Street, Diagram and Crazyhorse, among
others. She has an MFA in Poetry from the Vermont College of
Macdonald's work has appeared in 580 Split, Bombay Gin,
Columbia Poetry Review, Hot Whiskey, Jacket, Otoliths,
Requited, Wheelhouse and elsewhere. His first full-length
collection, The O Mission Repo, an erasure of The
9/11 Commission Report, is available from Fact-Simile
Editions. An E-chap of his experimental translations, Basho's
Phonebook, is available from E-ratio.
He currently lives and writes in his spare time.
McKelvey recently graduated from the University of
Georgia. He completed his thesis, The Skeleton Keyhole, on
contemporary experimental poetry, poetics, and collaboration
under the guidance of his mentor and friend, Andrew Zawacki.
Moor is from Tempe, Ariz. He moved to the Bay Area in
Mote holds an MA in English and Creative Writing from
Temple University. His writing has appeared in print in First
Intensity and online at NewPages and Pindeldyboz. A native of
Philadelphia, he currently lives in Buenos Aires,
Argentina. Beyond space, he exists at cwmote.wordpress.com.
E. Murphy is widely published as a poet, and over the past
decade has been active in visual poetry as well. Recent book
publications include Quaternity with Scott Glassman (Otoliths).
Her home is in Phoenix, Ariz.
Oristaglio lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he writes poetry
and molests photocopy machines in his spare time. When it
comes to the process of creation, he likes what Jasper Johns
says: "Take an image. Do something to it... Do something
else to it... Do something else to it." His poems have
appeared in Armchair/Shotgun, Mannequin Envy and Flying
Guillotine Press's Apocalypse Anthology. Peel your eyes.
Carlos Rowles is a writer living in the New York metro
area. His piece is an excerpt from a mash-up history of
America. For more information visit http://textworks.tumblr.com.
Shally-Jensen trained in cultural anthropology before
entering the book publishing trade, where he works as an
editor. He lives in western Mass. His poems have appeared in
Literal Latté (2009 prize winner), Smartish Pace (2009 prize
finalist) and elsewhere.
Sills recently relocated from San Francisco to Los
Angeles, where she works for a Jewish non-profit and teaches
English at National University. Here, she writes poetry and
literary criticism. She has a book of poetry
forthcoming from BlazeVOX, Elemental Perceptions: A
Suzor is the author of It was the season,
Chapbooks) and the forthcoming Isle of Dogs (Toadlily Press).
Her first full-length manuscript, The Principle Agent,
recently won The Hudson Prize and will be published in 2011 by
Black Lawrence Press. She lives in Los Angeles, where she is an editor for Highway
101 Press and a visiting lecturer at The Left Bank Writers
Beth Tarle is a poet and artist currently living in
Jerusalem, Israel. She received her BA in English from UCLA
and her MFA in creative writing from Boise State. When she
isn't collecting manual typewriters and crumbling books, she
occasionally does some art.
Zeller writes poems and studies biochemistry in Fairbanks,
Online Review Vol. VI, No.
I August 2010
Rowles' novel excerpt published here is taken from the
complete work The History, which appears in Ubuweb's
"Publishing the Unpublishable."
Chad Lietz & J.D. Mitchell-Lumsden
Prose Editor Corey Johnson
Associate Editor Jeffrey
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