Jonathan Carlson is a graduate student in the Creative Writing MFA program at Hamline University in St. Paul, MN.
Edward McDermott, a Toronto
native, has pursued a professional career as a computer
during the day, while taking writing courses, joining writer’s groups,
and writing at night. When not writing, he spends his time sailing and
fencing. Currently, he is planning to sail around the world and looking
for the right boat.
sixth-generation Australian, attended Monash University and the
University of Ballarat before leaving Australia in 1995. He has lived
and worked in England, Germany, the Ukraine and the United States,
where he is currently a doctoral candidate at Western Michigan
University, specializing in Australian, British and Postcolonial
literature. He has criticism published and/or forthcoming in Antipodes, The Journal of Popular Culture, Australian Studies, Biography and the API Review of Books. His poetry is
forthcoming in Correspondances
Hugo DeSarro is a former adjunct college English instructor. He has published in a variety of literary journals, here and abroad, including Snowy Egret, PDQ, Pulsar, Colorado Review, Christian Science Monitor, Calliope, Eureka Literary Magazine, and others. He has recently published a collection of his poems.
James R. Whitley’s work
been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and has appeared in several
including Gargoyle, Mississippi Review, Poetry Midwest, and Xavier
His first book Immersion (Lotus
Press, 2002) was selected by Lucille
as the winner of the 2001 Naomi Long Madgett Poetry Award. His
book This Is the Red Door won
the 2003 Ironweed Press Poetry Prize and
will be published in 2005.