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Summer 2006 [Issue No. 9]

Contributors

 

 

 

Marqus Bobesich received his BFA from York University majoring in visual arts. His work has appeared in Carousel, Downstate Story, Poetic Voices, The King's English, and as lyrics for Toronto pop band PoorMarqus. He has received writing awards from McLaughlin Fellows, Vandoo Newsmagazine, and Books In Canada. He now works in Toronto as an actor and musician.  You can reach Marqus here.

 

Christopher Conlon is the author of several books, including Thundershowers at Dusk: Gothic Stories (Rock Village Publishing) and Gilbert and Garbo in Love: A Romance in Poems (Word Works), as well as editor of the anthology, Poe's Lighthouse (Cemetery Dance).  His poems, stories, and articles have appeared in Poets & Writers, America Magazine, The Long Story, Filmfax, and many other publications. Learn more at his website. 

 

Laura Jo Hess is finally 21 and is not moving to New York City when she graduates. She wears shoes most of the time and likes polygons and trivia. You can reach Laura Jo here.

 

 

 

 

 

Guy Lancaster is the assistant editor of the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture and author of the novel, The Queen of Purgatory (Chenault and Gray, 2005). He holds degrees in English and theology and has published fiction and non-fiction in Arkansas Review: A Journal of Delta Studies, Arkansas Literary Review, and Ghoti. Currently, he lives in North Little Rock with his wife, Anna, and three cats. Heís pretty sure that most of his family hasnít read his book yet, because they still talk to him. You can reach Guy here. 

Allan Peterson is the author of two books, All the Lavish in Common, winner of the 2005 Juniper Prize (UMass Press) and Anonymous Or, (Defined Providence Press 2002). He has received fellowships from the NEA and the State of Florida, and multiple nominations for the Pushcart Prize. His work appears widely in print and online. A free downloadable chapbook is available from http://www.righthandpointing.com. You can reach Allan here.

 

Laura Madeline Wiseman is an adjunct at the University of Arizona. Her works have appeared in 13th Moon, The South Loop Review, Paper Street, and other publications. She is an editor for Empowerment4Women.

 

 

 
     


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