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Winter 2007 [Issue No. 11]

Contributors

 

Rumjhum Biswas's prose and poetry have appeared in Eclectica, Nth Position, Arabesques Review, Crannog, Chanterelle's Notebook, Lily Literary Review, The Paumanok Review, Poems Niederngasse, Unlikely Stories, Cerebration, Amarillo Bay, Gowanus, Loch Raven Review, Southern Ocean Review, and  Halfway Down the Stairs. Her poem "Cleavage" is in the longlist of the Bridport Poetry Competition 2006. She is currently working on a novel and writing shorter fiction and poetry in between. At present she lives in Chennai, India, where her husband is posted. She can be reached here.

 

David Druschel is at work on his Upstate fiction trilogy.  The recently completed second volume, Fat Daddy, Bring it Home to Me, has been excerpted in The Black Mountain Review.  He can be reached here. 
 

 

 

 

 

Bruce Fisher is Deputy Erie County Executive in Buffalo, NY. Educated in history and law, he spent ten years as a reporter in Chicago before going to Washington to write about and work on domestic policy issues. He has written an unpublished account of his experience in a Native American religious revival, and a collection of essays on art, architecture and social issues in upstate New York. His wife and three teenage daughters are geniuses who make him stay in this insanely beautiful part of the world rather than run back to the childish fun of national politics. He can be reached here.

 

Geri Radacsi has been a journalist, English teacher and corporate communication specialist. Currently, she is an associate director of university relations at Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT.  Among her publishing credits are The Atlanta Review, ELF, Embers, Comstock Review, Connecticut Review, Connecticut River Review, Dark Horse Literary Journal, Karamu, Nimrod, The Larcom Review, MacGuffin, Potato Eyes, Santa Barbara Review, Rockford Review, Southern Humanities Review, Southern Poetry Review, Plainsongs, Poetry Motel, Slant, and The Sycamore Review. Her poem, “Musetto Cookies,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her award-winning collection, Ancient Music, was published in 2000 by Pecan Grove Press, San Antonio, TX.  Her full collection, Trapped in Amber, was published by Connecticut River Press in 2006.

Anuradha Vijayakrishnan writes: "I am a would be writer from India, living in Chennai at the moment. Have a Management degree from XLRI Jamshedpur, and work for Citibank. My work has appeared or is due to appear in New Writing 14, MuseIndia, The Stony Thursday Anthology (2006), Longstoryshort, Desilit and Bare Root Review. Am working on a novel in my precious spare time -- hard task that, when you have to keep your fingers crossed at the same time too." She can be reached here.
 

 

 
     


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