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. […]
Chris Connelly is a poet who lives in New York City.
Nate Chinen is a jazz musician and a contributing writer for the Philadelphia City Paper. His poems have appeared in CrossConnect, Gulf Stream, and various smaller journals. He hails originally from Honolulu, HI.
Rita Welty Bourke’s work has appeared in Witness, Shenandoah, The Indiana Review, Mid-American Review, Chelsea, and elsewhere. Two of her stories have been nominated for Pushcart Prizes.
Amy Beeder has served in Haiti as a Human Rights Monitor with the UN and has worked in West Africa and South America. She has degrees from the University of Colorado and North Carolina State University. Her work has appeared in Boulevard and Free Lunch and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.