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Summer 2008 [Issue No. 14]



Kika Dorsey lives in Boulder, CO with her two children, husband, dog, and three birds. She has a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and her poems have been published in The Denver Quarterly, The California Quarterly, The Comstock Review, among numerous other journals. She is an instructor of writing at Naropa and Front Range Community College and also freelances as a proofreader.



Armand Inezian's fiction has appeared or is in press in numerous journals including The Missouri Review, Western Humanities Review and Glimmer Train. His short story collection, Bringing Ararat, was a finalist in both the Ohio University Press Short Fiction Award and St. Lawrence Book Award. He resides in Boston with his wife, son, three cats, various day jobs and novel-in-progress. You can learn about him at his personal website, Inezian.com.



Rosalie Morales Kearns is a writer of Puerto Rican and Pennsylvania Dutch descent. She teaches at the University at Albany, State University of New York, and has short stories published or forthcoming in Painted Bride Quarterly, Fringe, Kalliope, Specs, Natural Bridge, and other journals. You can reach her here.



Sheila McKown’s “Statement and Game” is partially based on information she got out of a friend who underwent the challenge of becoming a Navy SEAL, and partly inspired by an item in last year's newspaper.  She writes, “When I'm not attempting to extract information from frighteningly large men, I work on a small sheep farm that I've developed since earning my Master's in English five years ago.  I also play the cello and saxophone, though not for the sheep.” You can reach her here.


Katie Quarles is currently finishing her degree in Literature at the University of California, Santa Cruz. In 2008, she won the Ina Coolbrith Memorial Prize for poetry. You can reach her here.


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