Jacob Agatucci is an ex-military journalist living in Bend, Oregon, he has one story forthcoming from Stygian Vortex Publications.
Erin Bealmear's poetry has appeared in Square, Children Churches & Daddies and So It Goes...
David Bolduc lives in Mountain View, California. Bolduc's books include Shards (1994) and Shared Affections (1993) with Mark Hallman. Kikel groups Bolduc's work among the "Bad Boy" category of writers in Gents, Bad Boys and Barbarians, his anthology by Alyson Publications (1995).
Linh Dinh is editor of the anthology Night, Again: contemporary fiction from Vietnam (New York: Seven Stories Press) due out in May, 1996. He is a 1993 PEW Fellowship recipient for Poetry, his translations, poetry and short stories have appeared or will appear in Sulfur, Denver Quarterly, Manoa, Northeast Corridor, New Observations and The American Poetry Review.
Richard Fein lives in Brooklyn, New York, his work has been published in various print and e-zines. Some print magazines are: Oregon East, Blue Unicorn, Zuzu Petals, Kansas Quarterly, Maverick. Some e-zines are: Afternoon, So It Goes..., Snakeskin, Ygdrasil, Droplet.
Ray Heinrich published his first chapbook by secretly placing copies in local bookstores and libraries. His poems appeared in Morpo Review, So It Goes..., Sand River Journal, billetdoux, Sub-UrbanTerrain, BiSexual Journal, No Trace and Biopsy.
Tom Harper is the editor of Red Mountain Review. "Ramona" is the second chapter of his novella called Joe and Ramona, a Hippie Romance. His two books are: From the Fog to Apocalypse Street, a collection of poems and My Immortal Diptera, a play. His current novella The Fiery Night is currently in the works from Black Belt Press.
Rich Luftig is an educational psychology professor at Miami University (OH). His poems have appeared in fifty different magazines, journals and anthologies including Negative Capability, Four Quarters, Aura Literary Arts Review, Liberty Review, Emry's Journal, Voices International, Windsor Review and Plainsongs among others.
William Lantry is an english professor at Slippery Rock University. His poetry has appeared in Green World, Makar, The Poetry Garden Project, Gulf Coast, Tennessee Quarterly, The Paris/Atlantic, and The Charlotte Poetry Review among others.
David Laurenzi works in a variety of mediums, he has been supporting himself by doing large scale installations of his art work in Daytona Beach, he has recently completed installations for Circa and WMMR in Philadelphia.
Jill Maser is Director of Operations Analysis in the Office of the Executive Vice President at the University of Pennsylvania.
Michael Mirmak is a senior electrical engineering major at the University of Pennsylvania.
Ralph Murrell Larmann teaches at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis for the Herron School of Art. His last solo exhibition was "Microwave Meats," at the Southern Indiana Center for the Arts, Seymour, Indiana.
Jenne Micale has had her work published in Insanity's Horse, Inside I, Spiritual Colon, Insomnia and Poetry, and Yellow Craneof Cardiff, U.K..
Greggory Moore is a M.A. candidate (English) at CSU Fullerton; staff editor of literary journal Jacaranda; film and theater reviewer for the Daily Titan, his work has appeared in Aura, Mobius, West Wind Review, Black River Review, Drop Forge, etc..
Scott Moran is in the Graduate Creative Writing Program at Goddard College in Vermont.
Renay lives on the road with a husband, two sons, and a really big dog named Cuchulainn. Her work has appeared in Fresh Oil, Loose Gravel a collection of poems compiled by Chris Losinger and her chapbook, they drivem pickup trucks, they shootem shotguns was published by A Small Garlic Press.
Shannon Rogers is a Master's student in Modern European History. She presented a version of this essay at the 11th International Conference on Medievalism in Kalamazoo, MI in September 1995.
Ron Silliman's excerpt from UNDER is part of his collection THE ALPHABET. Other sections from UNDER have appeared in (or have been accepted by) Cream City Review, Grist On-Line, Hot Air Review, Iowa Review, New Orleans Review, No Roses Review, Object Permanence, Proliferation, Salt, Situation, 6ix, and TO.
Robert Sward is a winner of a Guggenheim Fellowship, the author of 12 books including Four Incarnations, New and Selected Poems (Coffee House Press). He is currently teaching at the University of California Extension in Santa Cruz. A Much Married Man will be published by Ekstasis Editions, April, 1996.
Eileen Tabios is the Co-Editor of The Asian Pacific American Journal, based in New York City. Her poetry and fiction has appeared or will appear in The Rio Grande Riview, Green Hills Literary Lantern, The Santa Barbera Review, Muddy River Poetry Review among others.
Lynne Tillman is the author of three novels, Haunted Houses, Motion Sickness and Cast in Doubt. "HUNG UP" is from a collection of short fictions called Absence Makes The Heart.
Vanessa Walker is a 16-year-old junior in high school in stockton, california she has had three poems published in the school literary magazine and wishes the public library carried her favorite poet, Michelle T. Clinton.