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emmit fox has had stories and poetry published or forthcoming in Green Oak, Desert Stone and Enid's Diary. He's currently working on a novel about boxing in Depression-era New York. He currently lives in New York City.

michael ives is a musician, composer, and writer. His work with the performance trio, F'loom, has been featured on National Public Radio, the CBC, and in the international anthology of sound poetry, Homo Sonorus. Most recently, he has poems in Hambone, New American Writing, Exquisite Corpse, and Hunger.

kevin harvey remains an unknown quantity.

michael maschio was educated and lives in New York City. His stories have appeared in Descant, ItalianAmericana, and the William & Mary Review. Presently, he is writing a novel set during the March on Washington.

linda m. morgenstern is a producer of theater, television commercials, and documentary film. She is currently co-producer on the indie feature film My Father, The Genius and is writing a collection of poignantly exaggerated non-fiction pieces for public radio. She lives with her partner and six year old son in Cambridge, Ma.

jena osman's book of poems The Character was published by Beacon Press. She co-edits Chain magazine with Juliana Spahr and teaches in the graduate writing program at Temple University. [email]

gil ott lives in Philadelphia. He is a widely published poet and critic and the editor of Singing Horse Press. [email]

erik raschke will receive his M.A. at the City College of New York in Creative Writing in the Fall of 2001. He has been published in several magazines, newspapers, and online journals; won the Irwin and Alice Stark award last year for his story "Glastnost"; and is an assistant editor for Fiction magazine. Erik Raschke is finishing up his novel Ararat's Shadow. Erik Raschke has lived in Belfast, N.I., Yerevan Armenia, and currently resides in Brooklyn.

nanette rayman has published poetry in Stirring, PoetryMagazine, NetAuthor's E2K, Circle Magazine, The Doomed City Journal, The American Muse and Disquieting Muses. Her fiction can be found in the Onyx Journal and Carve magazine. New work is forthcoming in The Concrete Wolf, Dakota House Journal, and Comrades Press poetry anthology. She has been featured on Poetry SuperHighway as Poet of the Week twice and has received honorable mention in the Writer's Digest Fiction 2000 contest. [email]

james wagner's poems have appeared in The American Poetry Review, Denver Quarterly, Grand Street, and elsewhere. He teaches an online poetry workshop through Syracuse University. [email]


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