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Fall 2006 [Issue No. 10]




Robert M. Detman received an MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College in 2006. Prior to this he was educated in architecture at The University of Michigan. Originally from Flint, Michigan, Robert currently resides in San Francisco, where he enjoys writing novels and playing guitar. His work has appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, Kitchen Sink, Pitkin in Progress and NewCity. He can be reached here.




Brady Huggett lives in Atlanta and you can reach him here and you can see more of his writing here or at verbsap.com.




Michael Jauchen hails from Dallas, Texas and now lives in Lafayette, Louisiana. His work has appeared in The Kankakee Review, Megaera, and H_NGM_N. He can be reached here.







Sangam MacDuff was born in Pune, India, and brought up in the sannyasin communities of notorious Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. After Bhagwan’s arrest in 1985, Sangam moved to the Findhorn Foundation, a spiritual community in northeast Scotland. He studied English at Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, graduating in 2000. Since then he has been travelling, writing and teaching. He has just completed the MSc in Creative Writing at Edinburgh University.


Mark MacNamara recently returned to San Francisco after living in Morocco, where he wrote this story. His last short story appeared in Southern Gothic Online. He can be reached here.






Maisie McAdoo is a writer/researcher for the New York City teachers union. Before joining the union staff she worked as a journalist for Reuters, Knight-Ridder and several newspapers and wrote extensively on education, law and business. She began writing fiction several years ago in a Brooklyn writers group. She still lives in Brooklyn with her husband, two children and an old dog. You can reach Maisie here.



Arthur Saltzman, Professor of English at Missouri Southern State University, is the author of several books, including the literary nonfiction collections Objects and Empathy, which won the First Series Creative Nonfiction Award from Mid-List Press, and Nearer, which came out this past spring from Parlor Press. His newest collection, The Obligations of the Harp, is due out in 2007. "Wunderkindergarten" will be reprinted in his new collection, Solve for X, which was recently accepted for publication by the University of South Carolina Press. You can reach him here.


Originally from Warsaw, Poland, Magdalena Sokolowski recently relocated to Portland, Maine from Missoula, Montana where she tutored writing at the University of Montana.  Her work may also be found in Pebble Lake Review.


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