Greg Braquet exists in New Orleans, but like most poets lives in a world
of his own schmoosing. His poetry has appeared in such publications as
The New Laurel Review, THEMA, The Tap Root Review,
Lucid Stone, Desire Street, Poetry Life & Times,
The Breath Magazine, Red River Review, The Pedestal
Magazine, Pierian Springs, Tryst, Side Reality,
The Adagio Verse Quarterly, The Little Green Tricycle,
The Junket, Tin Lustre, L'Intrigue, Branches
Quarterly, Exquisite Corpse and he was a recipient of the
Delirium Journal's 2003 Choice Award.
Buckham lives in Keene, NH, where he works as a cook at
a Mexican restaurant and devotes most of his time to
reading. He has no girlfriend, no television, no car,
no phone, and no money, which allows (forces?) him to
dedicate much of his time to writing. He highly
recommends this spartan lifestyle to anyone who can
Alison Eastley's work may be found in Can I Have My
Ball Back?, A Zygote In
My Coffee, The Maverick Review, Snow Monkey, Perigee
Magazine, Dicey Brown Poetry and many other
fine literary journals. She lives in Australia with her
husband and two sons.
George Freek's work has recently appeared in Coal
City Review, 2River, and The Chaffin
Journal. His plays include The Stranger in
Stanley's Room, recently published by the Aviar
Press, and Concerto Grosso, JAC publishing.
Elizabeth Gauffreau has previously published fiction in
The Long Story, Soundings East, Ad Hoc
Monadnock, Rio Grande Review, The Mystic
River Review, The Brownstone Review,
Blueline, Slow Trains, and eye-rhyme.
She has published poetry in The Writing On The Wall,
The Larcom Review, and Natural Bridge.
Currently, she is an academic advisor and adjunct
faculty with the College for Lifelong Learning in
Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Based in Leeds, England, Martin Jervis has previously
published in Orbis, Outposts, Blue
Fifth Review (US), Perigee (US), The Black
Rose, Jones Av. (Canada), Eclipse,
Decanto, Starving Art (US), Braquemard,
Everyman Press, Poetic Hours, Poetry
Repair Shop (US) and others. Reader's choice award
in the Black Rose. Shortlisted twice for ANON. BA (Hons.)
MA (Lit). Book in the pipeline.
Jennifer Lagier is a member of the Italian American
Writers Association and the National Writers Union,
Local 7. She has published poetry in a variety of
journals, anthologies, and e-zines throughout the U.S.
and Italy. Her work has appeared in the following
anthologies: The Anthology of Monterey Bay Poets,
The Milk of Almonds: Italian American Women Writers
on Food and Culture, and Boomer Girls, among
others. Her four books are Coyote Dream Cantos
(Iota Press, 1992), Where We Grew Up (Small
Poetry Press, 1999), Second-Class Citizen (Voices
in Italian Americana Folio Series, 2000) and The
Mangia Syndrome (Pudding House Publications, 2004).
Jennifer teaches at Hartnell College and California
State University, Monterey Bay. Please visit her
personal web site,
James Lineberger is a retired playwright and
screenwriter who has been writing poetry almost
exclusively for about ten years.
McCormick is a graduate of St. Mary's College of
California where he received a degree in Liberal Arts
from the Integral Program. He has been published in
Edgar Literary Magazine as well as displayed in Bay
Area art galleries. He now resides in Bend,