Tracey Knapp received her B.F.A. from Syracuse University in 1998, where she was awarded the Raymond Carver Award for Best Group of Poems by an Undergraduate. The Kat Ran Press, an independent rare book printing press, published her first book of poems, Match in a Bottle (1997). This limited edition also included original drawings by artist […]
Mary Crockett Hill is the director of a local history musuem in southwestern Virginia. Her first book, If You Return Home with Food, won the 1998 Bluestem Poetry Award and is available from Bluestem Press.
Jeff Hardin teaches at Columbia State Community College in Columbia, TN. His poems appear in Ascent, Amaranth, Crab Orchard Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review and others. His manuscript, A Large Land Where No One Dies, several times a finalist, seeks a publisher.
Douglas Goetsch has published two collections of poetry, Nobody’s Hell (1999, Hanging Loose Press) and Wherever You Want (1997, Pavement Saw Press). His poems, essays, and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in The Iowa Review, Ploughshares, Prairie Schooner, ONTHEBUS, and The Fourth Genre. He teaches creative writing and English at Stuyvesant High School in […]
Nick Flynn’s first collection of poems, Some Ether, was published by Graywolf Press in 2000. He is the 1999 winner of The Nation/Discovery Award and the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry. He lives in Brooklyn.
Denise Duhamel’s most recent titles are The Star Spangled Banner (winner of Crab Orchard Poetry Prize, Southern Illinois University Press, 1999) and Oyl (a collaborative chapbook with Maureen Seaton, Pearl Editions, 2000). Her other books and chapbooks of poetry include: Exquisite Politics (a collaborative work with Maureen Seaton), Kinky, Girl Soldier, and How the Sky Fell. […]