Louie Crew is a native of Alabama and an emeritus professor of English at Rutgers University.
Pamela Garvey has published in Asheville Poetry Review, North American Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, and Valparaiso Poetry Review. In 2003, she was a semi-finalist for the "Discovery"/The Nation award and in 2002 was a finalist for Prairie Poets Prize. She is an English professor at St. Louis Community College—Meramec.
Stephen Knauth lives in North Carolina and works as information architect. His poems have appeared in North American Review, Poetry Daily, and Virginia Quarterly Review. His latest collections from Four Way Books are The River I Know You By and Twenty Shadows.
Autumn McClintock loves baseball and Pictionary. She lived in Boston for five years but moved to Philadelphia without seeing the Red Sox win the World Series. Bummer. She's had poems in Comstock Review and Potomac Review.
Robert Pesich lives in San Jose, California, where he works as a staff scientist at Stanford University. His work has recently appeared in Albatross, Bitter Oleander, and DMQ Review. His chapbook, Burned Kilim, was published by Dragonfly Press in 2001.
Madelyn Rosenberg holds a master's degree in creative writing from Boston University. Her nonfiction has appeared in American Artist, American Journalism Review, Baby Years, Bluegrass Unlimited, The Boston Herald, and The Roanoke Times.
David Schuster has performed his poetry and fiction on stage, radio, and television, and has been published in The Atlanta Review and the 2004 O'Georgia Anthology. He is a doctor of medicine and a professor at Emory University in Atlanta.
Keli Stafford lives in Oregon. Her poetry has most recently appeared in Crimson Feet, Miller's Pond, Poetry Magazine, Southern Ocean Review, and Wilmington Blues.
Leigh Stein tells people she's an actress and has long-distance relationships with cities she's not in. Her fiction has appeared in Small Spiral Notebook and Yankee Pot Roast.
Scott T. Summers teaches English at Wayne Hills High School in Wayne, New Jersey. His poems have appeared recently in The Mars Hill Review, Pedestal Magazine, and Verse Libre.
Lowell Mick White is a graduate student at Texas A&M University, where he studies creative writing and works on the staff of Callaloo.