WIlliam Doreski's work has appeared in various e and print journals and in several collections, most recently Waiting for the Angel (Pygmy Forest Press, 2009).
Richard Fein was a finalist in the 2004 Center for Book Arts Chapbook Competition. He will soon have a chapbook published by Parallel Press, University of Wisconsin, Madison. He has been published in many web and print journals such as Southern Review, Foliate Oak, Morpo Review, Oregon East Southern Humanities Review, Morpo, Skyline,Touchstone, Windsor Review, Maverick, Parnassus Literary Review, Small Pond, Kansas Quarterly, Blue Unicorn, Exquisite Corpse, Terrain Aroostook Review, Compass Rose, and many others. He also has an interest in digital photography and has published many of his photos. Samples of his photography can be found at
http://www.pbase.com/bardofbyte photo album
John Gifford earned an MFA in fiction from the University of Central Oklahoma and has written recently for the journals, Sugar Mule, The NE'ER-DO-WELL, Milk Money, and the anthology, Battle Runes: Writings on War.
Howie Good is the author of the full-length poetry collections Lovesick (Press Americana, 2009), Heart With a Dirty Windshield (BeWrite Books, 2010), and Everything Reminds Me of Me (Desperanto, 2011), as well as 24 print and digital poetry chapbooks.
Kenneth P. Gurney lives in Albuquerque, NM. He edits the New Mexico poetry anthology Adobe Walls. His latest book is An Accident Practiced. To learn more about Kenneth visit http://www.kpgurney.me/Poet/Welcome.html
James P. Hanley's works have appeared in a number of periodicals in the mainstream or mystery genre, including Fresh Boiled Peanuts, South Dakota Review, Center, Smokelong Quarterly, Futures, and Detective Mystery Stories.
Sherry Homier was born in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan, and is currently pursuing a certification in Reflexology.
As a writer, she sees herself as an occasional hobbyist, and has enjoyed participating in public readings. She looks forward to the day when no one has to worry about serving in the military because of lifestyle and a structure of marriage can be acceptable for any group of people.
Len Kuntz lives on a lake in rural Washington State with an eagle and three pesky beavers. His short fiction appears in widely in print and online at such places as Camroc Press Review, Right Hand Pointing, Troubadour 21, and also at lenkuntz.blogspot.com
David LaBounty's writing has appeared or will soon appear in Rattle, Night Train, SmokeLong Quarterly, the Los Angeles Review and other journals. He is the author of the novel, Affluenza.
Lyn Lifshin has published many collections, most recently, Ballroom, Katrina, and Barbar, and Ruffian. Her website is www.lynlifshin.com.
David McLean is Welsh but has lived in Sweden since 1987. He lives there on an island in a large lake called Mälaren, very near to Stockholm, with woman, cats, and a couple of large black and tan dogs. He is an atheist, an anarchist and generally disgusting. He has a BA in History from Balliol, Oxford, and an MA in philosophy, taken much later and much more seriously studied for, from Stockholm. Up to date details of well over a thousand poems in various zines over the last three years or so and several available books and chapbooks, including three print full lengths, a few print chapbooks, and a free electronic chapbook, are at his blog at http://mourningabortion.blogspot.com.
Jeffrey Miller. Originally from LaSalle, Illinois, Jeffrey Miller has been living and teaching in Asia since 1989. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in A-Minor Magazine, Bartleby Snopes, Caper Literary Journal, Eunoia Review, Full of Crow, Grey Sparrow Journal, Magnolia’s Press, Negative Suck, Orion headless and Thunderclap! He can be found online at www.jeffreymillerwrites.com and www.jeffreyalanmiller.wordpress.com.
Timothy Reilly. During the 1970s, Timothy Reilly was a professional tuba player in both the United States and Europe (in the latter, he was a member of the orchestra of the Teatro Regio in Turin, Italy). He is currently a substitute elementary teacher, living in Southern California with his wife, Jo-Anne Cappeluti: a published poet and scholar, who also teaches university English courses. His short stories have been published in The Seattle Review, Slow Trains Literary Journal, Amarillo Bay, Foliate Oak Literary Review, Passager, and several other print and online journals.
Lee Marc Stein is a retired marketing consultant living in East Setauket, Long Island. He has had poems published in Miller's Pond Poetry Journal, Still Crazy, and Still Trains Literary Journal.