is a freelance artist designing graphics for commercial WEB sites.
is the recipient of Two NEA grants, a Guggenheim, a Bush Foundation Grant
and a PEW among others. His work has been shown in Paris, NYC,
LA, Chicago, etc. He has taught at the University of Iowa, Minnesota,
Rhode Island, Penn State, etc. He is listed in the "Who's Who of
is a performance poet, in the Dead Pool Poet's group. She runs a
reading/performance series at "Zoot" on Tuesday nights in Queen's
Village, Philadelphia. Her poetry has appeared in the Poet's Attic.
has recently left The Philadelphia Inquirer where he was a daily columnist
for 23 years.
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 can be found in the current issue of Sulfur and
forthcoming in Denver Quarterly, Manoa, Northeast Corridor,
New Observations and The American Poetry Review.
graduated from Duke University in 1988, he is a recipient of an Armstrong
Foundation Grant, Steinman Grant and a Philadelphia Independent Filmakers
Subsidy. His film art has been screened on "Best of XYZ", Innovations
1994 Film Festival,
Vox Populi Gallery, New Art Voices and most recently a Philadelphia
project entitled "The Art Front Projects".
is a specialist in modern American literature, has
published an edition of
Wallace Stevens's correspondence with Jose Rodriguez Feo Secretaries of
the Moon, 1986, two books on American poetry, articles on modern
poetry and painting and on the literary politics of the 1950s. Stevens
and the Actual World was published by Princeton University Press in
1991. Another book, Modernism from Right to Left, has recently been
published by Cambridge University Press. He is currently writing a literary
history of the American 1950s called The Fifties' Thirties.
Adam Corson Finnerty
is Director of Development for the University of Pennsylvania Library.
He is the author of "World Citizen" (Orbis Books), has two decorative
Master's Degrees (Am Civ, and Social Work), and loves libraries. His
article on "Library Fundraising on the Web" will appear in the ALA "Big
Book of Library Grants" next year, but xconnect readers can get it much
faster by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Douglas Van Gundy
is in the MFA program for Creative Writing at Goddard College.
is an engineer for Motorola developing application software for small
handheld pen driven computers. She won an emmy for technical achievement
for a video workstation she helped
design. Her poetry has been published by So It Goes and The
from Portland, Oregon, now lives and works in Kennewick, Washington.
She has done graduate work in
English and Linguistics. Kim and Marek Lugowski are the publishers of
A Small Garlic
Sharon Ann Jaeger
is the recipient of the 1994 Ezra D. Pound Prize awarded for Poetry
Translation. She is the editor of INTERTEXT, a small press in
Anchorage Alaska. Her two doctorates are in English from SUNY-Albany
and Comparative Literature and Literary Theory from the
University of Pennsylvania. Her
collections of poetry are:
Filaments of Affinity(1989), The Chain of Dead Desire(1990)
and Why the Planets do not Speak(1995).
Kyi May Kaung
is the recipient of the 1993 William Carlos Williams Prize awarded by the
Academy of American Poets, a Fullbright Scholar from Burma, received
her doctorate in City and Regional Planning. Her collections of poetry are:
A Sampler For Mr. Smith(1994), Poems of Love and Tyranny(1994),
Pelted with Petals/Burmese Poems(1993), Lines to an Invisable
teaches english in Veszprem, Hungary. His first chapbook entitled
The Collected Poems of Emily Dickinson was published by City Bookshop Press
is a professor at Ononadago College and SUNY-Syracuse, college of ESF
teaches creative writing, poetry and technical writing . His two
recent volumes of poetry, Reading a Burning Book and A Drowning
Man is Never Tall Enough were published by BASFAL Books and The
University of Georgia Press respectively.
is the editor of Olympia Review.
His fiction has been published in Kaleidoscope, DAM,
Plazm, Kumquat Meringue, Fritz, Pirate Writings, Sunflower, Gypsy and
elsewhere. His old house in Olympia Washington has a large cherrytree
stump in the backyard, where the spirit of his dead brother sits on clear
nights, the ghost of a baby possum on his shoulder, and paints an
undercoating of moonlight on clouds high across the Sound. Michael's
poetry can be found in CrossConnect issue one.
C. E. Nelson
is the publisher of Godhead Is Dead - A Poetry Magazine & Godhead Is Dead Press.
His work has appeared recently in subUrbanTerrain, Happy Kitty #1 and #2 and
was featured in Moon Magazine's Annual IO
installment, as well as several ezines and local small zines in the
Gainesville area where he lives.
is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania. His most recent volume of poetry
is Virtual Reality from Roof Press. His most recent critical book,
The Marginalization of Poetry,
is due out from Princeton University Press this year
lives and works in New York City. She has a BFA from the University of
Michael J. Ryan
lives in Windham, New Hamshire. He is a 1983 graduate of Boston College
who has spent the last 10 years in the architectural design and construction
industry. Betrayal is the prologue of his current novel in progress.
lives and writes in Lauderdale, Minnesota. He has a story in
the current issue of In Vivo.
is a freelance photographer from Philadelphia.
lives and works in Philadelphia, she received her BFA from The
University of the Arts.
completed his B.A. at the University of Regina,
Saskatchewan (Philosophy/Sociology), and currently resides and
works in Victoria Brittish Columbia. His poetry has appeared in
several of Sand River Journal's past issues.
Raina Von Waldenburg
is the assistant director of the Main Stage at NYU where she teaches
theatre, a contributing editor for CrossConnect. She is in the MFA
program for Creative Writing at Goddard College.
is a retired high school chemistry teacher. Her fiction has been
published in the Tampa Tribune, The Berkley Anthology, The Clarion Awards,
Fantasy Book, The Christian Science Monitor, Jack and Jill
Magazine and other places.