|Iris Alkalay is a lawyer, translator, and musician. Articles related to her memoir, My Father's Three Bulgarias, are in the University of Pittsburgh's Bulgarian Scholar's Association Journal and Djalt Trud.
Priscilla Atkins has poems in The North American Review, Pierian Springs, Poetry, and Southern Humanities Review.
Mark DeCarteret has poems in American Poetry: The Next Generation (Carnegie Mellon Press, 2000) and Mudlark. His latest chapbook is The Great Apology (Oyster River Press, 2001).
Paul Dickey was widely published in the 1970s. After a 20 year hiatus, he returned to writing with poems at ForPoetry.com and others forthcoming in Concho River Review, Rattle, and Sentence.
Pat Hegnauer has been published in Adagio Verse Quarterly, Crone's Nest, Moondance, and Wicked Alice. Her chapbook, A Few Uncompromised Letters, was published in the Premier Poets Chapbook series.
Clay Matthews is earning a Ph.D. in creative writing at Oklahoma State—Stillwater. His poems are published or forthcoming in Big Muddy, Eclectica, Mudlark, Poetry Midwest, and storySouth.
Dan Mummert lives en pantoufles with a couple of puny dogs and his main squeeze near San Francisco. He nine-to-fives as a multimedia editor.
Amy Pence has poems at Mudlark and Red Booth Review. Her chapbook, Skin's Dark Night, was published in the 2River Chapbook Series in February 2003.
Evelyn Posamentier last appeared in the Summer 2003 issue of 2RV. Since then, her poems have appeared online in The Diagram, Born Magazine, 3 a.m. Magazine, The SoMa Literary Review, The Quarterly Journal of Ideology, and Nthposition. Other poems are forthcoming in Drunken Boat.
Kami Westhoff has work published in Madison Review, Meridian, Red River Review, River City, and Third Coast. She is in the MFA program at the University of Massachusetts.