RANE ARROYO has had work
appear in The Hawai'i Review,
Massachusetts Review, and elsewhere. He is the
author of five collections of poetry, most recently The Portable Famine
published by BkMk Press..
poetry and translations have appeared in Asheville Review, Blueline, Hudson Review,
Meridian, Salamander, Verse Daily, and other journals.
NICK BRUNO's poetry has
appeared in publications such as Adirondack
Review, Eclectica, Shenandoah, Snow Monkey, and Verse Libre Quarterly.
E.G. BURROWS is
the author of four poetry collections, a verse play, and five
chapbooks. His poetry has also appeared in many literary
journals, including Asheville
Review, Comstock Review, Grove Review, Pebble Lake Review, River Oak
Review, South Carolina Review, South Dakota Review, and Sulphur River Review.
JARED CARTER has published
three books of poems with the Cleveland State University Poetry Center,
most recently Les Barricades
Mystérieuses (1999). His work has appeared in many
literary journals, including Iowa
Review, Kenyon Review, Poetry, and TriQuarterly. His fourth
collection, Cross this Bridge at a
Walk, is available from Wind Publications.
is the recipient of awards from the Aldrich Poetry Competition, the
Grolier Competition, and the McKnight Foundation. His work has
appeared in Agni, Bomb, Gettysburg
Review, Paris Review, Ploughshares, and Prairie Schooner, among
others. His collection of poems, Any Holy City, won the Gerald Cable
won the 2005 Word Press First Book Award for Radiance. She has published
work in numerous journals, including Atlanta
Poetry Review, Christianity and Literature, The MacGuffin, Margie,
Nimrod, and Sojourners,
as well as various anthologies, such as America: Good Poems for Hard Times
(Viking) and Sweeping Beauty:
Contemporary Women Poets Do Housework (University of Iowa Press).
has work in Barrow Review,
Greensboro Review, Hayden's Ferry Review, Kalliope, Quarterly West,
Smartish Pace, Sow's Ear Poetry Review, and Western Humanities Review.
She teaches at the University of North Dakota.
poems have been published in Crab
Orchard Review, Faultline, and Seattle
Review. She teaches at Manchester Community College in
graduated with English honors from Valparaiso University and is
attending Ohio State University's School of Law.
TAYLOR GRAHAM's poems have
appeared in International Poetry
Review, The Iowa Review, The New York Quarterly, Poetry International,
and elsewhere, as well as in the anthology California Poetry: From the Gold Rush to
the Present (Santa Clara University, 2004). The Downstairs Dance Floor was the
winner of the 2006 Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize from Texas
work has appeared widely in journals, including Baltimore Review, Mid-America Poetry
Review, Midwest Quarterly Review, New Orleans Review, Nimrod,
and Southern Poetry Review.
Her recent collections include Gold:
Greatest Hits (Pudding House Press) and Vanishing Point (Main Street Rag
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
poetry has appeared in The Dos
Passos Review, JMWW, and Opium
CLAIRE KEYES is the author of
The Aesthetics of Power: The
Poetry of Adrienne Rich (University of Georgia
Press). Her poems and reviews have appeared in Calyx, Orbis and poetrymagazine.com, among
others. Her chapbook, Rising
and Falling, won the Foothills Poetry Competition.
Professor Emerita at Salem State College, she lives in Marblehead,
has three books published by Carnegie Mellon University Press,
including Slow Risen Among the Smoke
Trees (2002). A chapbook of her new poetry, The Red Dragon, is published by
author of three books of poetry: Standing
Up to the Day (Pecan Grove Press), Keeper (Mammoth Books), and The Third Body (forthcoming from
Cherry Grove Collections in 2007). His other works include the
co-authored Mooring Against the
Tide: Writing Poetry and Fiction, the anthology A Writer's Country, and The River Sings : An Introduction to Poetry,
all published by Prentice Hall. His poetry and essays have
appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies, including Chelsea, Connecticut Review, Oxford
Magazine, Red Rock Review, and Like
Thunder: Poets Respond to Violence in America (University of
first book of poems, Where She
Always Was, won the May Swenson Award in 2004 and was published
by Utah State University Press. Her second volume, Lamb, received the Perugia Press
Prize and was released in 2006. She has been awarded fellowships
from the Massachusetts Cultural Arts Council and the National Endowment
for the Arts.
RICHARD O'CONNELL has
authored a number of collections of poetry, including RetroWorlds, Simulations, Voyages,
and The Bright Tower, all
published by the University of Salzburg Press. His poems also
have appeared in Atlantic Monthly,
The Formalist, Margie, National
Review, The New Yorker, Texas Review, and elsewhere.
teaches at Johnson County Community College in Kansas
and has published poems in various journals, including Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature,
Alabama Literary Review, The MacGuffin, Midwest Poetry Review,
and Pedestal Magazine.
HELEN RUGGIERI is the
author of Glimmer Girls, a
chapbook available from Mayapple Press.
poems have appeared in Ash Canyon
Review, Aurora Review, Pedestal Magazine, Poetry Salzburg Review, Red
River Review, and a number of other literary journals.
J.D. SCHRAFFENBERGER is the editor of Harpur
Palate and has had work appear in various magazines, including English Journal and Louisville Review.
recently received a Ph.D. in English from Tufts University. He
has published poems and articles on American poetry in such journals as
Atlanta Review, Barrow Street,
and New England Review.
has published poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction in various
anthologies and literary journals, including Alaska Quarterly Review, American Literary
Review, Antioch Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Carolina Quarterly,
Gettysburg Review, Iowa Review, North American Review, and TriQuarterly. Her collection
of poetry, Out of Nowhere, The
Body's Shape, was published by Pecan Grove Press. She
teaches linguistics and creative writing at Indiana University - Purdue
University, Fort Wayne.
is the editor of The Sorrow Psalms:
A Book of Twentieth Century Elegy (University of Iowa Press).
has published numerous scholarly articles in American, German, and
Israeli publications. He received a Ph.D. in modern European
intellectual history from Cornell University and a J.D. from New York
University. He is an assistant professor at the Valparaiso
University School of Law.
work has appeared in a number of publications, including Birmingham Poetry Review, Chiron Review,
Cold Mountain Review, Jabberwock Review, Rockford Review, Rockhurst
Review, and White Pelican
poems have appeared in various magazines, including Antioch Review, Colorado Review, The
Journal, Pleiades, and Poetry.
He serves as an editor for Quarterly
West, where his review of In
All Their Animal Brilliance