DSR Mast, Plus PIX

Frank Tempone lives and writes in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. His work has appeared in 580 Split, The Blue Moon Review, The Berkshire Review, and is forthcoming in The Whirligig. He has lived in a few different places during his life because he enjoys calling himself "the new sheriff in town." He also likes to say, "Don't make me come over there."

Allyson Shaw is a poet and fiction writer living in Long Beach, California.Her poetry has appeared in numerous journals including Mudfish and Third Coast. Her fiction has been anthologized in Absolute Disaster. You can find her work online in Octavo, Melic Review and The Astrophysicist's Tango Partner Speaks.

Michael Neff is the editor-in-chief of Del Sol Review and the creator/director of WebdelSol.Com. His work has appeared in American Way, North American Review, Quarterly West, Pittsburgh Quarterly, Mudlark, Conjunctions, and The Literary Review. According to Neff, Del Sol Review is "... the Paris Review of the Internet." Can he back it up?

RoseMarie London wanted to live dry as a martini and emigrated to where she could fire a .44 Magnum in actual context. Her fiction has appeared in places like Alsop Review to Del Sol Review to a collection of southwest writing called Dry Ground. RoseMarie is a 2000 Fellow of the Ucross Foundation. Her new novel is entitled WHAT JIM RECOMMENDS.

Joan Houlihan, who lives and works in the Boston area, is editor-in-chief of Perihelion. Her work appears in The Gettysburg Review, Harvard Review, Poetry International, Black Warrior Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, and Marlboro Review among others. Her poetry can also be seen online. She is pictured here glowing.

Rachel Callaghan is lucky enough to live in San Francisco. She escaped being a doctor in a ski resort to take up writing and editor-in-chiefing for In Posse Review. She has had short stories published under a pen name and has an agent who has, so far, failed to sell her novel even though it's loaded with sex and violence.  Go figure.