© 2000 by Cindy Duhe
Duhe is self-described
Bohemian in Houston, Texas,
who likes to bodybuild.
Occasionally she does voice
work for Japanimation cartoons.
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has had his poems, art, interviews, reviews and photographs
appear in places such as New York Quarterly, Zuzu's
Petals, Rio Grande Review, and Nerve Cowboy.
He is the author of three chapbooks, Editor-In-Chief of the
on-line magazine Disquieting
Muses, the 1999
winner of the Mindfire Chapbook Contest, and the
host of a weekly poetry show on public supported KKUP
91.5 FM in Cupertino, CA.
Carlisle lives in East Texas with a large dog, three
cats, and an obliging husband.
a native of Germany, now makes her home in Monroe, Louisiana,
where she teaches English at the University of Louisiana at
Monroe. Her poetry has appeared in numerous electronic and
print publications, including Exquisite
Corpse, and New Orleans Review. Recently,
she was selected as an Emerging Poet by the Southern Women
teaches English at Mercyhurst College North East along the
shores of Lake Erie. His published books include The Brushwood
Gate, Spring Street Blues, Looking for Lauren, and Near
the Narcotic Sea. He has recently been appointed poetry
lives in Tampa, Florida. He currently has poems in the May-June
2000 issue of American Poetry Review and Bitter
Oleander. His latest book of poems is Watching
Lutzner received the Robert Frost Poetry Prize while
a senior at Kenyon College. Her poetry has appeared in Mudlark,
Antioch Review, and Stirring.
She received her JD from the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill and is now working at the Discovery Channel.
She lives in Washington, DC.
recentlyly completed her Master's in Creative Writing from
Iowa State University. She is most recently published in The
Melic Review and Eclectica.
Picklesimer loves reading anything from Bohemian beats
to Procrustean law, and singing, at which time her husband
usually retires to the dog house.
J. Sage is a native of Northern California and a graduate
student of philosophy and creative writing, as well as an
editor and webmaster of Disquieting
Marie Zaran lives in Tempe, Arizona. Her recent credits
include poems in Black Dirt, King Log, A Writer's Choice
Literary Journal, Poetry Tonight, and Indie Journal.
Her first chapbook, The Sometimes Girl has recently
been accepted for publication.