|Authors||The 2River View, 9.3 (Spring 2005)|
|Wendy Taylor Carlisle lives and works in Texas. Most recently her poems have appeared in Caesura, Ghoti Magazine and Unlikely Stories.
Jefferson Carter is Writing Department Chair for Pima Community College. He’s had work in Barrow Street, Carolina Quarterly, CrossConnect, and here at 2River. His sixth chapbook is Litter Box (Spork Press).
Laylage Courie writes, performs, and lives in New York City. She’s currently working on a tabletop arrangement for voice and debris based on Wallace Stevens’ poem "Like Decorations in a Nigger Cemetery."
Joy Icayan lives in the Philippines and is currently taking her undergraduate degree in psychology.
Mercedes Lawry has been publishing poetry for thirty years in journals such as Crab Creek, Fine Madness, Mudlark, Poetry, and Plum Biscuit. Her awards include those from Artist Trust and the Seattle Arts Commission.
Nicole Poirier is a freelance writer from Saskatchewan. Other poems of hers are scheduled soon for future publication. She is currently writing and editing her first book of poetry.
M. Lynx Qualey fled no apparent persecution in the Midwest for a life in the Middle East, where she writes and wrangles a one-year-old boy. Her prose poems and flash ficition appear in The Melic Review and Smokelong Quarterly.
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