Terry Bain lives in Spokane. One wife, two kids,
one dog. He's hoping you
will publish his novel: http://bainbooks.com
Martin Corless-Smith was born and raised in
His thrd collection, NOTA, is forthcoming from Fence
Michael Farrell is the Australia editor of Slope
and has had poems in verse, volt,
mirage/periodical, jacket, la petite zine, can we have our ball
village, shampoo ... His first book 'ode ode' has just
been published by Salt Books.
Michael Fournier was born, raised, and for the
most part educated in Maine.
Rugged place, Maine. After many magical adventures, he arrived
in Atlanta, Georgia,
where he is settling, settling, always settling.
He has written poems and stories for years, and occasionally seen
His Noh adaptations of Dante, the myth of Endymion, and pure figments
of his imagination
have been performed in Kyoto, Japan and (hand to God) Ann Arbor,
By day, he writes instruction for motorcycle mechanics
and is beginning to believe he really could adjust the valve clearances
on a BMW K 75 RT,
if things came right down to it. Damn. Think well of him.
Christine Hume is the author of Musca Domestica
(Beacon Press) and Alaskaphrenia
(New Issues, forthcoming). She teaches at Eastern Michigan University.
Karla Kelsey is getting her PhD at the University
of Denver. She has published
poems in Interim, Elixir, and various other journals.
John Latta's second book of poems, Breeze,
is available from University
of Notre Dame Press. He lives in Ann Arbor, MI.
Chelsey Minnis lives in Denver, CO.
Ethan Paquin edits Slope
and Slope Editions, and
teaches at Medaille College in Buffalo, NY. His second book,
Accumulus, is imminent.
Kathryn Rantala's work currently appears in
Linnean Street, 5_trope and Slow Trains. She is the founder and
co-editor of Snow Monkey. Her book, Missing Pieces, is
the publisher, Ocean View Press, Lee Ballentine, Ed., Amazon.com
Elizabeth Robinson is the author of several
recently published or forthcoming books
including House Made of Silver (Kelsey St. Press); Harrow
Pure Descent (forthcoming from Green Integer); and Apprehend
from Fence Books).
Kevin Sampsell lives in Portland, Oregon. He
is the publisher of the
micro-press, Future Tense
Books. His work has
recently appeared in Minima, Reinventing the World, Suspect Thoughts,
and the anthology, Short Fuse (Rattapallax Press). His newest
A Common Pornography.
Eleni Sikelianos is the author of three full-length
poetry collections. The
first two were published under the title Earliest Worlds by
Press. Her third collection just won the 2002 National Poetry
Competition and will be forthcoming from Green Integer.
Spencer Selby has published several books of
poetry including, most recently
The Big R (Angle Press).
He maintains the "list
of experimental poetry/art magazines."
Catherine Wagner lives in Boise, Idaho.
Rebecca Wolff publishes Fence.
Her first book, Manderley, won the
2000 National Poetry Series Competition and is published by the
University of Illinois Press.