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Steven Bauer's most recent books are The Strange and Wonderful Tale of Robert McDoodle (The Boy who Wanted to Be a Dog), published by Simon & Schuster and A Cat of a Different Color (Random/Delacorte).
Conway's newest book, My Picnic With Lolita and Other Poems was published in 2004 by North Country Press. His poems have appeared in the Antioch Review, Rattle, The Nantucket Review, The Columbia Review and here in Stickman Review, among other journals. His poem "Thats What Happens When You Let Hamlet Play Quarterback," will be published in A Fine Frenzy: Contemporary Poets Look at Shakespeare, published by the University of Iowa Press. He teaches writing at Bristol Community College in Fall River, Massachusetts.
T. Zachary Cotler
has recently published poems and stories in journals in the U.S. and Ireland, including Witness, Southern Review, Folio, Wisconsin Review, Electric Acorn. He is a recipient of the Amy Clampitt Fellowship and a fellowship from the VCCA.
David Harris Ebenbach
has short fiction published in, among other places, the Denver Quarterly, the Beloit Fiction Journal, and Crazyhorse. His poetry has appeared in Phoebe, Arbutus, and previously in Stickman Review. He wrote the chapter, Plot: A Question of Focus, for Gotham Writers Workshops book, Writing Fiction (Bloomsbury, USA). He is also shopping a novel around, titled, My Brother, the Prophet, which was a finalist in the Mid-List First Series Awards. He has a PhD in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MFA in writing from Vermont College. If you'd like to find out more, go to www.davidebenbach.com
Grey's latest book is What Else Is There from Main Street Rag and his work has appeared recently in The Xavier Review, The Malahat Review, Bellevue Literary Review and Birmingham Poetry Review.
is English by birth but has lived for the previous two years on the Greek island of Crete and now in Andalucia Spain. His stories have appeared in London Magazine, Panurge, Iron, Stand, Sepia, Pretext and Ambit in the UK; Paris Transcontinental in France; Grain in Canada; Quadrant in Australia, New Contrast in South Africa, and Fiction, The Yale Review, DoubleTake and The Southern Review in the United States. Online, hes been published in Web Del Sol, In Posse Review, Tatlins Tower, m.a.g. Word Riot, The Blue Moon Review, 3AM and Gangway and others. A novel and collection of short stories has just been signed by The Irene Skolnick Literary Agency in New York and Abner Stein in London.
work has appeared in print or is forthcoming in a number of journals, including Front Range Review, Prairie Schooner, and Northwest Review, as well as in several anthologies including Poetry from Sojourner: A Feminist Anthology (University of Illinois Press, 2004) and A Linen Weave of Bloomington Poets (Wind, 2002). Online, her poems have recently appeared in Poetry Midwest and Guerilla Poetry. Haines lives in Bloomington, Indiana, where she is Branch Coordinator of the SLIS (School of Library & Information Science) Library at Indiana University.
lives in northwest Arkansas, and has published in Goodfoot, The Wisconsin Review, and Talking River.
was born in 1982 in Edinburgh to Nigerian parents, and has lived most of his life in Nigeria. He is the author of a collection of poetry LISTEN TO THE GECKOS SINGING FROM A BALCONY (Jacobyte Books, Australia, October 2003). His work has appeared in A Melody of Stones (PEN Anthology of New Nigerian Writing), Olongo, Times Arts Review, The Guardian, Hackwriters, Perigree, Sentinel, Expressionmag, The Journal of Contemporary Anglo-Scandinavian Poetry and others. He is presently working on a collection of short stories while at the same time gathering the courage to start a novel.
is an attorney whose poetry has appeared in Partisan Review, The New Yorker, previously in Stickman Review, and elsewhere. Readers interested in learning more about him are invited to read Magic, Illusion and Other Realities at www.geocities.com/simonthepoet, which lists a complete bibliography.
was born in Tuzla in former Yugoslavia, where he studied under Srecko Galic. Since 1991, Vasic lives and works in Sweden.
Katherine Vondy recently quit her New York job in
Financial Communications and moved to Los Angeles to begin pursuing an MFA in Film Production at USC. Her work has appeared in Red River Review, Toasted Cheese, Perigee and The Lunatic, The Lover and the Poet, a short story compilation from Ginninderra Press.