The 2River View
C.E. Chaffin has published sporadically in small journals since the seventies. He is a retired family doctor and lives in Long Beach, CA. Elementary, his first book of poems, will be released in the near future by Mellen Press. His work can be seen on net in Amrita Poetry Pages, Free Cuisenart, Solitary Harvest, The Poetry Highway, and soon in The Blue Penny Quarterly.
Harry Joles studies philosophy at Antioch University. He has a fascination with the idea of shoes and fluorescent lights.
Robert Kendall's first book of poems, A Wandering City, won the Cleveland State University Poetry Center Prize. His second book-length work is the hypertext poem, A Life Set for Two, published by Eastgate Systems. Kendall has received a New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship and a New Forms Regional Grant Program Award. He teaches a hypertext poetry and fiction workshop conducted entirely on the Web through the New School. You can find other interesting information about Kendall on his home page.
Robert Lietz is a professor of English and Creative Writing at Ohio Northern University. He is published in more than one hundred journals in the U.S. and Canada, including Agni Review, Carolina Quarterly, Epoch, The Georgia Review, The Missouri Review, The Northern American Review, The Ontario Review, Poetry, Prism international, and Shenandoah. Seven collections of his poems have been published, including Running in Place (1979, L'Epervier Press,). At Park and East Division (1981, L'Epervier Press,) The Lindbergh Half-century (1987, L'Epervier Press,) The Inheritance (1988, Sandhills Press,) and Storm Service (1994, Basfal Books). Eastgate Systems will publish Protection Avenue, a new book-length collection presented in hypertext, as part of a CD-Rom Anthology scheduled for publication later this year.
Born in New York City, Terry Murphy has his BA from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York. He currently resides in North Carolina and is employed as a Credit Manager by the Monolith Corporation in Raleigh, where he keeps his Tar Heel Poetry Page.
Barry Shrapnel owns two horses and loves to ride. Born and raised in the United States, he has lived since 1971 in Adelaide, Australia.
Neca Stoller is the the owner-manager of a cattle farm in south Georgia. She serves as the Chairman of the County Planning Commission and is a graduate of The University of Georgia. She has been published in several literary magazines on the internet and in Frogpond, Modern Haiku, American Tanka, Still, Cicada, Lynx, Potpourri, Sijo West, and Unit Circle.
CK Tower attends Michigan State University, where she is studying literature and creative writing. CK also serves as poetry editor for Recursive Angel, as well as managing editor for Conspire. Her work has been published on the Internet, as well as in Canada and in the US. Some of the journals where her work has been published, include: Poetry In Motion, 15 Credibility Street, Horse Play, Poetalk, and Afterthoughts. CK is a member of the National Poet's Association and a founding member of the Internet Writers and Artists Guild.
Gerard Varni lives in Los Angeles, where he graduated from Loyola University with a Bachelor's degree in english/philosophy and a Master's in literature.His work appears currently in crossconnect, anthem and the blue moon review.