Anne Gorrick has been published in many journals including: American Letters and Commentary, the Seneca Review, Good Foot, Fence, Fish Drum,
        the e-zine For Immediate Release, Sulfur, Situation, Hunger Magazine, Petroglyph (Utah State University), the South Carolina Review (University of
        South Carolina), Heaven Bone, the Portland Review (University of Oregon at Portland), the Cream City Review (University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee)
        and Yellow Silk.

    Devin Johnston is the author of two books of poetry, Telepathy (Paper Bark Press, 2001) and Aversions (Omnidawn, 2004). His book of criticism,         
        Precipitations: Contemporary American Poetry as Occult Practice
, appeared from Wesleyan University Press in 2002. He currently lives in Saint
        Louis, Missouri, and with Michael O’Leary, he directs a small press called Flood Editions.

    Donna Stonecipher's book The Reservoir was published by University of Georgia Press in 2002. She currently lives in Berlin, where she translates
        poems from French and German.

    K. Silem Mohammad is the author of Deer Head Nation (Tougher Disguises, 2003) and A Thousand Devils (Combo Books, 2004). He teaches
        English and creative writing at Southern Oregon University in Ashland.

    Chris Vitiello is a graduate of Naropa University's Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. He is the author of Noun Swarms A Verb
        (Xurban Books, 1999). He lives in Durham, North Carolina and blogs at

    Timothy David Orme currently lives in Boise, Idaho. He first chapbook, Horizon, is available through Urban Bushwoman Press.

    Sawako Nakayasu's books include So we have been given time Or, (Verse, 2004), Nothing fictional but the accuracy or arrangement (she,
        (forthcoming from Quale Press, 2005), and Clutch (Tinfish chapbook, 2002). More information is available at

    Peter Jay Shippy is the author of Thieves’ Latin (University of Iowa Press), winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize. He has new poems appearing in upcoming
        issues of The American Poetry Review, Fence, Harvard Review, The Iowa Review and Verse, among others.

    Lauren Haldeman played soccer from age 5 to 17 for the Burke Grasshopppers and the Braddock Road Lightning in Fairfax, Virginia. During a road
        game in Maryland, she collided with a goalie and severed her Posterior Cruciate Ligament entirely. Now she is writing poetry.

    Ken Rumble is the director of the Desert City Poetry Series and list administrator for the Lucifer Poetics Group. He lives in North Carolina with Kathryn
        and sometimes Violet. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Parakeet, Drunken Boat, Word/For Word, No Tell Motel, Effing Magazine,
        Sidereality, XConnect, and others.

    Jon Thompson edits Free Verse: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry & Poetics ( at North Carolina State
        University where he teaches courses in twentieth-century literature. He recently published The Book of the Floating World with Parlor Press and is
        now editing Parlor Press¹s new poetry series, Free Verse Editions. He has recent work published or coming out in Shearsman Magazine, Stride Magazine,
        Carolina Quarterly, Hotel Amerika, Kiosk, and elsewhere.

    Catherine Cafferty lives in Iowa City. She has an MA from San Francisco State University and will earn an MFA from The University of Iowa this spring.
        Her work has appeared in Web Conjunctions and is forthcoming in Bombay Gin.

    Bruce Covey is Adjunct Professor of Creative Writing at Emory University and author of three collections of poetry-The Greek Gods as Telephone Wires,
        Ten Pins, Ten Frames, and the forthcoming Glass Is Really a Liquid-all from Front Room Publishers. His work also appears in 26, Jacket,
        Explosive Magazine, Pool, Aught, MiPo, CrossConnect, Big Bridge, Shampoo, La Petite Zine, and other journals.

    Dustin Hellberg hates the third person, and lives yet.

    Simon DeDeo was born in London and now lives in New Jersey. His work is forthcoming in Typo and the Fifth Street Review, and he is the author of
        the blog-journal Rhubarb is Susan.

    Mark Lamoureux lives and writes in Allston, Massachusetts. His work has appeared (or is forthcoming) in print in The Denver Quarterly, Jubilat, Lungfull!,
        6x6, Carve, Fulcrum, AGNI and others and online at such places as Big Bridge, Verse Magazine,, and The Muse
        Apprentice Guild . His chapbook, 29 Cheeseburgers was released by Boston's Pressed Wafer in the winter of 2004. Another chapbook, City/Temple
        was published by Ugly Duckling Presse in the Fall of 2003. He is also the managing editor of Fulcrum Annual.

    Anthony Hawley is the author of two chapbooks of poetry, Afield (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2004) and Vocative (Phylum Press, 2004) and his poems
        have appeared/are forthcoming in a number of magazines including, 3rd bed, 26, The New Republic, The Paris Review, Western Humanities Review,
        Slope, Volt, Denver Quarterly, and The Canary. He is currently a poetry editor at Fence Magazine.

    Gareth Lee lives in New Jersey. His poems have appeared in Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, Green Mountains Review, and ZYZZYVA

    Jennifer Tynes lives in Providence, Rhode Island. Her work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Diagram, can we have our ball back, jubilat,
        TYPO, The Cultural Society, Indiana Review, Octopus, Factorial, Washington Square, and Verse Magazine. She edits horse less press.

    Marc Rahe has previously appeared in Mudfish, Painted Bride Quarterly, and Paper Street. He is currently a student at the Iowa Writers' Workshop.

    Nick Twemlow is a Fulbright Fellow in Wellington, New Zealand. He co-edits The Canary ( Issue 4 is
        just out.

    Brian Lucas lives in Bangkok, Thailand. His manuscript, Light House, as well as limited edition prints and paintings, will be appearing this year under
        the Spuyten Duyvil imprint. Recent and upcoming work in Conjunctions, Bird Dog, Ur Vox, Beard of Bees, and Word/For Word.

    Some of Antonio Facchino's prior work can be sampled at and on the website. He has also published in Chicago
        Review, Santa Clara Review, and in The San Jose Manual of Style. He currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.