JON BALLARD has had work
appear in Boxcar Poetry Review,
Poetry Midwest, Riverrun, Soundings, and other literary
An occasional literature instructor at Oakland Community College in
Royal Oak, Michigan, he and his wife currently live in Mexico City.
appeared in many publications, such as Clackamas Literary Review, Nimrod, Poetry
Daily, Poetry Southeast, Prairie Schooner,Rattle, and Southeast Review.
poetry has been published in various literary journals, including Atlanta Review, The Lyric, Pleiades, Sow's
Ear Poetry Review, and
Sulphur River Literary Review.
teaches writing and literature at Georgia Perimeter College. He
has had poems published in Crab
Creek Review, JAMA, Lullwater Review, and Southern Indiana Review.
DANIEL DONAGHY's first book
of poems, Streetfighting, was
published by BkMk Press in 2005. His work also has appeared in
numerous journals, including Alaska
Quarterly Review, Cimarron Review, Commonweal, The Hollins Critic, New
Letters, Prairie Schooner, Southern Review, and Texas Review. He is an assistant
professor of English at Eastern Connecticut State University.
GEORGE EKLUND has
a chapbook of poetry, The Sorrow of
the King (White Fields Press). In addition, his poems have
appeared widely in magazines, including American Poetry Review, Beloit Poetry
Journal, Cream City Review, Laurel Review, Mid-American Review, New
York Quarterly, North American Review, Poetry Northwest, Quarterly
West, Seattle Review, and elsewhere.
PAUL FETTERS has
had poems published in numerous journals, including Atlanta Review, New York Review, Rockford
Review, Seattle Review, Talking River Review, and Willow Review.
DAVID LEE GARRISON
is a professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature at
Wright State University. His poetry, translations, and criticism
have appeared in many journals, including Denver Quarterly, Edge City Review, The
Literary Review, Poem, and Southern
Indiana Review. His publications include Certain Chance, a translation of a
book of poems by Pedro Salinas (Bucknell University Press).
is a poet, playwright, and fiction writer. Her work has been
published in journals, magazines, and newspapers, including Calyx, Poets & Writers, and The New York Times. Her
collection of poems, Silk Elegy
(CavanKerry Press, 2002), was a finalist for the 2003 Paterson Poetry
has had poems published in literary journals, including Blackbird, Calyx, Cortland Review,
and Poetry Midwest. Her
work has also appeared in anthologies, including Poetry from Sojourner: A Feminist Anthology
(University of Illinois Press, 2004). She lives in Bloomington,
Indiana, where she currently works as a staff member in the Indiana
book reviews have appeared in such places as The Bloomsbury Review, The Philadelphia
Inquirer, and Small Press
Review. He also is the author of nine collections of
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
is the author of two poetry chapbooks: Bird in the Hand, which won the
Grayson Books Poetry Contest for 2006, and Dusk Outside the Braille Press,
which won the 2006 Riverstone Press Poetry Contest. His poems
have appeared in Carolina Quarterly,
Poetry East, Shenandoah, and elsewhere. He works in Boston
as a sign language interpreter and Braille transcriber.
has had poems published in Barrow
Street, Gulf Stream Magazine, Georgetown Review, Greensboro Review,
Nebraska Review, North American Review, Sou'wester, Spoon River Poetry
Review, among others. She is a restaurant critic for
SO.Florida, Living Real
Miami, Las Olas Magazine, and Gayot.
She also is the co-author of Raw
Food/Real World: 100 Recipes to Get the Glow (Regan Books /
HarperCollins, 2005). Her chapbook of poetry is Necessary Salt (Pudding House
JESSICA DE KONINCK
has had poems appear in Bridges,
Paterson Literary Review, US 1 Worksheets, and elsewhere.
Her chapbook of poems, Repairs,
is published by Finishing Line Press.
is Associate Professor in English, Theatre, Women's Studies at the
University of Michigan. Her recent books are Community Performance: An Introduction and
Community Performance: A Reader (Routledge) and The Scar of Visibility: Medical
Performances and Contemporary Art (University of Minnesota
has had work published in journals such as Briar Cliff Review, Cold Mountain Review,
Ellipsis, Hubbub, Midwest
Poetry Review, Oxford Magazine, and Rattle. She teaches at
Lawrence Tech University.
has authored seven collections of poetry, including Running in Place and At Park and East Division, both
published by Epervier Press. His poetry has appeared widely in
literary journals, including Agni
Review, Carolina Quarterly, Epoch, Georgia Review, Missouri Review,
North American Review, Poetry, and Shenandoah. He is a professor
of English and creative writing at Ohio Northern University.
author of What Feeds Us
(2006) and Eve's Red Dress
(2003), both from Wind Publications. Her poems have appeared in
such journals as Beloit Poetry
Journal, Prairie Schooner, Seattle Review, Spoon River Poetry Review,
and many others. Her poetry also has been included in anthologies
such as Poetry Daily: 360 Poems from
the World's Most Popular Poetry Website and Garrison Keillor's Good Poems for Hard Times.
She works as a poet-in-the-schools for both the New Jersey State
Council on the Arts and the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.
is the author of Emily's Dress
(Pecan Grove Press). Her poems have been published in New Letters, New York Quarterly, Southern
Poetry Review, and other literary journals. She also has
received a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship. She is a
professor of English at Texas A&M University.
poetry has appeared in many literary journals, such as Bellingham Review, Clackamas Literary
Review, The Formalist, Poet Lore, Poetry Daily, and Southern Review, as well as several
anthologies, including Boomer Girls:
Poets from the Baby Boom (University of Iowa Press) and Essential Love (Grayson
Press). Her book of poetry, Red
Jess, was published by Cherry Grove Collections in 2006.
has had poems appear in Birmingham
Poetry Review, Lily, and Pebble
Lake Review. His book, Hour
Is the Doorway, is published by Black Lawrence Press.
JOSEPH POWELL has published
three collections of poems and co-authored a book on meter, Accent on Meter: A Handbook for Readers
(NCTE, 2004). He teaches in the English Department at Central
has published poems in Malahat
Review, Mid-American Poetry Review, Red Rock Review, Rockhurst Review,
and others. He co-edits Flint
Hills Review and writes for Jazz
Ambassador Magazine. He teaches creative writing and
literature at Emporia State University.
work has appeared in a variety of journals, including Atlanta Review, Beloit Poetry Journal,
Chelsea, Green Mountains Review, Nimrod, Poet Lore, Poetry East,
Southern Poetry Review, and Tar
has had poems published in a number of literary journals, including New Orleans Review, Notre Dame Review,
and Prairie Schooner.
SILANO is the author of two poetry
collections, Blue Positive
(Steel Toe Books, 2006) and What the
Truth Tastes Like (Nightshade Press, 1999). Her work also
has been published in Beloit Poetry
Journal, Prairie Schooner, TriQuarterly, and other fine
magazines. "No Refunds, No Exchanges" previously appeared in The Canary. She teaches
English at Bellevue Community College.
work has appeared in a number of publications, including Michigan Quarterly Review, Northwest
Review, Prairie Schooner, Shenandoah, and TriQuarterly. His book, Finding Pigeon Creek, was published
by Monongahela Press.
taught high school English and creative writing in Milwaukee and
Chicago. Her poems have appeared widely in journals, including Blue Mesa Review, Blue Unicorn, English
Journal, The MacGuffin, Oyez Review, River Oak Review, Spoon River
Poetry Review, and Willow
Review. She is the author of one full-length collection of
poetry, Caged Birds, and two
chapbooks, The Mulberry and When the Sun Burns Out.
has poems in Chautauqua Literary
Review, Rhino, Shenandoah, Subtropics, and others. She is the
curator of the Pittsburgh Poetry Calendar.
work has been published in numerous places, including Poet Lore, Southern Review, 32 Poems
Magazine, and Voices from
Frost Place Volume II. She is an associate professor in
the Department of English at Catholic University of America.
book of poetry, Thinking the World
Visible (1994), was chosen for the Yale Series of Younger Poets
Prize. Her poems have appeared in numerous literary journals,
including Antioch Review, Denver
Quarterly, The New Criterion, The New Yorker, North American Review,
Poetry, Quarterly West, Western Humanities Review, and Yale Review. She also has had
work in anthologies, such as Under
35: The New Generation of American Poets (Doubleday/Anchor), A Fine Excess: Contemporary Literature at
Play (Sarabande Books), and Poets
of the New Century (David R. Godine).