|14.1 (Fall 2009)||The 2River View||Authors Poems PDF Make the Mag Archives 2River|
Arlene Ang lives in Spinea, Italy, where she serves as staff editor for The Pedestal Magazine and Press 1.
Scott Brennan, from Miami, Florida, has appeared recently in The Carolina Quarterly, Chicago Review, The Gettysburg Review, Notre Dame Review, and Sewanee Review.
Autumn Carter is an Appalachian writer currently working on her MFA in creative writing at Antioch University in Los Angeles.
Kevin Conder lives in Portland, Oregon. His poetry has appeared in 42Opus, North American Review, The Pacific Review, Quiddity, and Snow Monkey. In the past, he has taught English to students from China, Yugoslavia, and Russia.
Matthew Cox, from Bremerton, Washington, is a union electrician. His poems have been published in In Posse Review and No Tell Motel.
David M. deLeon has worked in New Jersey as a music journalist, editor, and proofreader. His credits include The Adirondack Review, The Cortland Review, Fence Magazine, and Only The Sea Keeps: Poetry of the Tsunami.
Paul Dickey lives in Omaha, Nebraska. His poems are found in Crab Orchard Review, failbetter, Mid-American Review, Rattle, and Swink Online. They Say This Is How Death Came Into the World was a semi-finalist for the 2008 Sentence Book Award.
Regina McMorris, from Houston, Texas, holds an MFA in poetry from Purdue University. Her work has previously appeared in Gulf Coast, Mid-American Review, and REAL. She teaches developmental writing at Prairie View A&M University.
Ariana Nash is a working writer and teacher of creative writing living in Wilmington, North Carolina. She was recently published in Xenith.
Nikoletta Nousiopoulos holds an MFA from New England College, and now resides in Cape Cod. Her work has appeared in elimae and South Jersey Underground.
Jay Rubin teaches writing at The College of Alameda in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he publishes Alehouse. He holds an MFA in Poetry from New England College.
Art © Sarah Walko
We Are Stretched
Confused Wings Which Thought
Sarah Walko holds an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She is currently the Executive Director of Triangle Arts Association, a non profit arts organization in Brooklyn, New York. She is a multimedia/installation artist; and is Art Director, co- writer, and co-editor with the independent film collective Santasombra, which shows at International Film Festivals around the world. contact • web site
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