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Barry Ballard
Barry Ballard's poetry has most recently appeared in Prairie Schooner, The Connecticut Review, The Apalachee Review, and Puerto del Sol. His most recent collection is A Body Speaks Through Fence Lines (Pudding House, 2006) He writes from Burleson, Texas.

Michael Cocchiarale
Michael Cocchiarale's creative work appears in Slow Trains, Eclectica, Monday Night, Snow Monkey, and Pindeldyboz.

Rosemarie Dombrowski
Rosemarie Dombrowski teaches literature at Arizona State University and is the editor of the independent poetry journal, Merge. Her work has recently appeared in Salt River Review, Branches, Lily and Aurora Review.

Brent Fisk
Brent Fisk's work has appeared or is forthcoming in magazines such as Rattle, Thema, Rhino and Prairie Schooner among other magazines. He was nominated last year for his first Pushcart by the editors of White Pelican Review.

Jack Kaulfus
Jack Kaulfus is currently in her third year of the Texas State MFA program in fiction. She lives in Austin, Texas.

Stefan Kiesbye
Stefan Kiesbye is author of the novel Next Door Lived A Girl (Low Fidelity Press 2005). His stories have appeared in Hobart, Pindeldyboz, Best of Carve Magazine, and the anthology Stumbling and Raging: More Politically Inspired Fiction, edited by Stephen Elliott. He received an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Michigan, and currently teaches writing at Eastern Michigan University.

Robert Plath
Robert Plath's poems have appeared in Big City Lit, Chiron Review, Devil Blossoms, Evolution, Gnome, Long Islander, Long Island Quarterly, Lunatic Chameleon, Nerve Cowboy, Pearl, Poetrybay, Sho, Soul Fountain, The Idiot and Underground Window.  He has one collection of poems called Ashtrays and Bulls, which won Nerve Cowboy's 2003 Chapbook Contest. He also appears on two tracks of Northport Celebrates Kerouac, a tribute CD celebrating Jack Kerouac and features musician David Amram on all its tracks. 

John A. Thompson, Sr.
John Thompson is a poet, photographer and illustrator whose publication credits include Haiku Zasshi Zo, Nite-Writer’s International Literary Arts Journal, Photographer’s Edge, Inc., Pittsburgh City Paper, The Aurora Review, Pedestal Magazine, The Adirondack Review, Reminisce Magazine,TPQ Online, Dr. Henry Smith’s photography book, “Pennsylvania Seasons” and more.

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