The 2River View, 4_1 (Fall 1999)
Larry Brooks is a computer manager with the United States State Department. He is currently assigned to the US Embassy in Tokyo, Japan.
Anne Bryant-Hamon lives along the Florida Gulf Coast with her husband and their four children. Some of her poems have appeared in magazines such as The Thinker/La, The Bridge, and AfterImages.
Silke deWinter has worked professionally as a writer, researcher, singer, and storyteller. She is currently daylighting at Wesleyan Univeristy in Middletown, Connecticut.
Mark Flowers teaches art at Mercersburg Academy in Mercersburg, PA. Image to right: Drawing Lession © by Mark Flowers.
Robert Johnston is a middle-aged New Zealander who has been writing poetry for many years.
Lyn Lifshin has published numerous books of poetry, as well as anthologies of writing by women. Her latest collection, Before It's Light, is now being published by Black Sparrow Press.
Kenneth Pobo teaches English at Widener University. In 1998, Palanquin Press published his chapbook entitled Cicadas in the Apple Tree.
Judith Pordon has a penchant for chili rellenos with mole and the poems of Tennessee Williams. She is planning to start a writers colony in Mexico.
Chris Shreenan-Dyck is a young up-and-coming Canadian poet who is also known and respected as a singer/songwriter. His last collection of poetry and philosophy was included in his latest album, Crazy Annie, in CD ROM format.
Peter Stuhlmann has had pieces appear in Eclectica, Pif, Gravity, and Poetry Magazine. He lives and writes in Ottawa, Canada.
Jane Varley lives in a log cabin in North Dakota's Turtle Mountains. She teaches writing and speech classes at a satellite campus of Minot State University in Bottineau, North Dakota.
David Weinstock lives, writes, and teaches in Middlebury, Vermont. He has been a freelance writer for 20 years, including three years as a staff writer for the L.L. Bean catalog.
The 2River View, (4_1, Fall 1999)