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Fall 2007 :: Archived Issue

Contributors – Fall 2007

Anderson-Binczak, Michelle

MICHELLE (DOMINIQUE) ANDERSON-BINCZAK has also written and illustrated under the names Michelle Dominique Leigh and Michelle Dominique Lizieri. Presently living in Dijon, France, she is the editor of the Paris-based magazine Bloom. Her short stories and prose poems have appeared in anthologies published by New Rivers Press and Stone Bridge Press, along with a number of magazines and journals. She is currently renovating a gallery/atelier in Dijon which will serve as a creative laboratory.

Anthony, Jason

JASON ANTHONY’s Antarctic essays have been published in a variety of literary magazines (including The Missouri Review, Isotope, and Worldhum.com), and in the anthologies In Pieces: An Anthology of Fragmentary Writing (Impassio Press) and Antarctica: Life on the Ice (Traveler’s Tales). One essay has been selected for the Best American Travel Writing 2007, and another was a Notable Essay in the Best American Essays 2006. He and Heather (who his niece calls his “ladyfriend”) live in midcoast Maine, where he teaches English at the Deck House School. His Antarctic photos and essays can be seen at www.albedoimages.com.

Azrael, Judith

JUDITH AZRAEL has taught writing workshops for many years, and her poetry, fiction, and lyrical essays have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. She is the author of four books of poetry, and her prose collection, Wherever I Wander, was published by Impassio Press in 2004. She lives on an island in Puget Sound, and travels to Greece whenever she can.

Dresher, Olivia

OLIVIA DRESHER is a writer, anthologist and publisher. Her poetry, essays and notebook fragments have appeared in a wide variety of publications. She is the editor of In Pieces: An Anthology of Fragmentary Writing and co-editor of the anthology Darkness and Light: Private Writing as Art. Her complete bio can be found at her website, www.OliviaDresher.com.

Evans, Jenna

JENNA EVANS was born in 1969. Portions of her diary have been published in In Pieces: An Anthology of Fragmentary Writing, and her story “Kitsune” was published in the 2006 issue of Ping Pong, the literary journal of the Henry Miller Library. Her short fiction is housed online at jenna-evans.blogspot.com. Currently she is traveling the country in an enormous blue van.

Gauthier, Guy

GUY GAUTHIER was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. His plays have been performed in New York, Canada and overseas, and his poetry has appeared in U.S., Canadian and European publications. His published books include a poetry chapbook, North of the Temperate Zone, and two books of journal writing: Water & Earth: A Journal (Impassio Press) and Journal 5.1 (Les Editions du Blé). He has lived in New York since 1969, and has kept a journal since 1971.

Greenwood, Kimble James

KIMBLE JAMES GREENWOOD has been writing personal journals for over 40 years and keeping Commonplace Books for over 30 years. He studies depth psychology, erotics and literature, and was a contributor to the anthology Darkness and Light: Private Writing as Art, edited by Olivia Dresher and Victor Muñoz. He raises his son Pan in the shadow of the Olympic mountains.

Huth, Geof

GEOF HUTH is a poet, visual and otherwise, who blogs about various poetries at dbqp: visualizing poetics. His latest book is a book / of poems / so small / I cannot / taste them.

Katzev, Richard

RICHARD KATZEV was Professor of Psychology at Reed College for over 25 years. Currently he is President of Public Policy Research (PPR) (www.publicpolicyresearch.net), a social and environmental research firm in Portland, Oregon. He is the author of several books, including Anecdote and Evidence: Essays Linking Social Research with Personal Experience. His forthcoming volume, Experiences Reading Literature, is an historical and personal analysis of commonplace books. He has been traveling to Italy for over 50 years.

Luno, Bianco

BIANCO LUNO is a philosopher living in the Puget Sound area. Some of his writings, edited by Victor Muñoz, can be found online at reductio.aporia.net. His weblog on moral theory is at phlogma.com.

Reyes, Carlos V.

CARLOS V. REYES writes, “Trans-migrating. Manila, L.A., Berkeley, Dallas, Berkeley, Minneapolis, Vancouver, Manila, Vancouver,…? On the way to. 1970, 1985, 1987, 1993, 1995, 2005, 2007, 2008. Passing throughly. This one is called Carlos Reyes. Who? Writing is not living except when it is. Online fragments: mazemapping and alifeinhabits.”

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