HERMAN ASARNOW has
had poems, essays, and translations published in Beloit Poetry Journal, Potomac Review,
Prairie Schooner, Seattle Review, Southern Humanities Review, Southern
Review, Tar River Poetry, West Branch, and other
journals. He teaches at the University of Portland.
poetry has appeared in Apalachee
Review, Connecticut Review, Phoebe, Puerto del Sol, and
elsewhere. His most recent collection of poems is Plowing to the End of the Road,
published by Finishing Line Press.
has had her poetry appear in various journals, including Beloit Poetry Journal, Columbia Review,
Commonweal, North American Review, and Spoon River Poetry Review.
taught at the University of Puerto Rico, Penn State University
Marywood University in Pennsylvania.
is the author of
a chapbook of poetry, Some Other Eden
(Finishing Line Press). Her poems have also recently appeared in
a number of magazines — including Atlanta
Review, Calyx, Literary Salt — and the anthologies Mute Note Earthward (Washington
Poets Association) and The Human
Growth Experiment (Water Line Press).
T. ALAN BROUGHTON
has published four novels, a collection of short stories, and six books
of poetry, including In the Country
of Elegies (1995) and The
Origin of Green (2001), both published by Carnegie Mellon
University Press. He also has been the recipient of various
grants, awards, and fellowships, including a Guggenheim Fellowship and
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship.
is a Ph.D. candidate in English at the University of Iowa, where he is
writing about American poetry and culture. His poems and
appeared in a number of publications, including Alaska Quarterly Review, American Book Review, Antioch Review,
Black Warrior Review, The Formalist, Poetry, Rain Taxi, and The St.
poetry has been published in Beloit
Poetry Journal, Gulf Coast, North American Review, and other
journals. She is pursuing a Ph.D in the creative writing program
at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
is the author of Vendettas, Charms,
Prayers, a Minnesota Voices Award winner from New Rivers
Press. She also is co-editor of Boomer
Girls and editor of Are You
Experienced?, both poetry anthologies from the University of
Iowa Press, which also published her new anthology, Sweeping Beauty: Contemporary Women Poets
Do Housework. She teaches
creative writing at the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh.
six collections of poetry include Stutter
Monk (Flume Press), Second
Wind (Texas Tech University Press), and Magic Shows (Cleveland State
University Press). His essays have been published in American Poetry Review, Eclectica,
and Georgia Review.
With Kate Sontag, he co-edited After
Confession: Poetry as Autobiography (Graywolf Press). He
is a professor of English at Ripon College.
HERTZLIEB is the Director of the Brauer
of Art at Valparaiso University. He has been awarded the Edward
Ryerson Traveling Fellowship by the School of the Art Institute in
and a Conant Writing Award for Poetry from Millikin University.
artwork has been exhibited widely, including at the Aron Packer
August House Studio, the Central School of Art and Design in London,
College, Elgin Community College, the Goodman Theater, and Struve
has been published in Doubletake
Magazine, Pittsburgh Quarterly, Rattle, and the Southern California Anthology.
He has taught at Pepperdine University and Harvard University.
author of more than a dozen books of poetry, most recently Carib's
Leap: New and Selected Poems (Peepal Tree Press, 2005), and
three books of criticism, including Beyond
the Muse of Memory: Essays on
Contemporary Poetry (University of Missouri Press, 1995).
He is a professor of English at the University of Illinois,
Champaign - Urbana.
has had work
in Baltimore Review, Chaffin
Journal, Diner, Eleventh Muse, the MacGuffin, New Orleans Review,
and other journals, as well as the anthology Beat the Blackened Wing.
teaches at Kent
State University and has had poetry published in various magazines,
including Italian Americana, Puerto
del Sol, and Southwestern
fiction have been published widely, including Borderlands, Cimarron Review, Connecticut
Review, Greensboro Review, Hawaii Review, Hayden's Ferry Review, New
Letters, Notre Dame Review, Seattle Review, Tampa Review, Third Coast,
and many others.
KEVIN PILKINGTON is a member of the
writing faculty at Sarah Lawrence College. He is the author of
five collections of poetry, including Spare
Change, winner of the La Jolla Poets Press National Book Award,
and Ready to Eat the Sky,
released by River City Publishing as part of their poetry series
selected by Andrew Hudgins. His poetry also has been published in
anthologies — such as Birthday
Poems: A Celebration, Western Wind, and Contemporary Poetry of New England
— and literary journals, including Boston
Review, Columbia, Confrontation, Greensboro Review, Gulf Coast,
Hayden's Ferry Review, Iowa Review, Louisville Review, Ploughshares,
book is Out of Town (2004),
part of the Northwest Poetry Series from Cloudbank Books. His
second collection, The Admirations,
won the Oregon Book Award. His work also has appeared in such
magazines as Antaeus, Missouri
Review, Northwest Review, Verse, and others. He teaches at
has published poems in various anthologies and literary journals,
including Atlanta Review, Flyway,
Mississippi Review, and The
Poetry of Arab Women. "Of Harvest and Flight" first
appeared in Crab Orchard
poems have appeared in Antimuse,
Midnight Mind, Potomac Review, and other journals or
anthologies. Her children's book, Moon: A Poem, was published in
credits include Best of Asheville Poetry Review, Carolina
Quarterly, Classical Outlook, Cold Mountain Review, and The New York Times.
has had poems in Brevities,
International Poetry Review, Pegasus, Poesy, Rattlesnake Review, South
Dakota Review, Timber Creek Review, Western Archipelago Review,
and Writers Journal, among
appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review,
Cape Rock, Carolina Quarterly, Indiana Review, Prism International,
South Dakota Review, and other journals.
collection of poetry, T'Kopachuk:
The Buckley Poems, is forthcoming from Winthrup Press. His
work has appeared in Antioch Review,
Chattahoochee Review, Cimarron Review, New England Review, Nimrod,
Poetry, Poetry Northwest, Paririe Schooner, Seattle Review, and