Kathryn Rantala has published in the small presses for many years and is the author of Missing Pieces, a collection of “forensic” poems and prose. She is founder and co-author of Snow Monkey, an eclectic Seattle Literary Magazine.
M. Rebecca Ransom holds an M.A in Creative Writing from Hollins College and has recieved an Academy of American Poets Award.
Christian Nagle has previously published in Paris Review, Partisan Review, Antioch Review, New England Review, Connecticut Review and other journals. He has work forthcoming in Southwest XXXX and Cimarron. He was the Grand Prize Winner of Inkwell Magazine’s 1999 poetry competition.
Nikki MacDonald is a graduate of the M.F.A. program at Bennington College. Her poems have appeared in Mudfish, Calliope, and Michigan Quarterly Review. She lives in New York City.
Deanne Lundin has been published most recently in Antioch Review, The Colorado Review, and The Kenyon Review.
Thomas David Lisk’s work has appeared in many little magazines and newspapers, including most recently Boston Review, The New Review, Urbanus, and Apalachee Quarterly. Apalachee Press published a collection of his poems, A Short History of Pens Since the French Revolution, in 1991. His poems have been twice nominated for Pushcart Prizes.