is a neurologist, reader, runner and expecting mother. If
you have Real Audio, you can listen to her poems "In
the Body" and "Catching
a Rich Man." Other poems are available from her
E. Lennon is a web designer and freelance artist.
Her poetry has appeared in Free Zone Quarterly, New World
Poetry, The White Shoe Irregular, Countless Horizons, Friction
Magazine and Niederngasse.
Denner lives near Sebastopol, California. For many
years, he was the proprietor of Fourwinds Bookstore and Café
in Ellensburg, Washington. In his spare time, he publishes
Frischkorn is the poetry editor of Samsara
Quarterly. Her poetry has appeared in numerous journals
Isle Review and Owen Wister Review, and in
the anthology A Generation Speaks for Itself II. Her
books include The Tactile Sense (Alpha
Beat Press 1996) and Exhale (Scandinavian
Obiterati Press 2000).
Holbrook, an engineer in Marseille, France, started
writing poetry late in life. He finds that the writing is
a good antidote to culture shock.
Tasha Klein works in Chicago. She has been published
in various eZines, including Conspire,
Gumball Poetry, Stirring,
MindKites, Snakeskin, The
Adirondack Review, and Bluff Magazine.
Doyle Mienko lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her
work has been published in Stirring,
FZQ, Doomed City, New
World Poetry, Eclipse, Late August, Poet's Canvas,
Mulrooney lives in Los Angeles. His poetry, fiction,
and translations have appeared recently in ACM, Frank,
is currently online at Poet's
Adirondack Review. His work is also in recent print
magazines such as Poet Lore, Wisconsin Review, and
The Chiron Review.
Wright teaches writing and literature in Decatur,
Illinois. His poems and essays have appeared in many
places, including The Midwest Quarterly, re:generation
quarterly, and online in Thunder
Sandwich. His first book is Lines
from the Provinces.