Authors The 2River View, 7.3 (Spring 2003)

Nick Antosca is a junior at Yale. His poems and fiction have appeared in a variety of publications, including The Antietam Review, The Paumanok Review, Stirring, Red River Review, and Three Candles.

Bob Craig teaches multicultural education and philosophy at the University of Houston. He has published nearly 120 articles, a few books, plus a number of poems. He lives with his wife, two children, and three cats.

Nicole Cartwright Denison lives on a trout farm in the mountains of western North Carolina, and teaches writing in Sylva, North Carolina. Her work has appeared or is due to appear online in The Adirondack Review and canwehaveourballback; and in print in Frontage Road and Sequoia Review.

Candy Gourlay is the 2003 winner of the Kota Press Anthology Competition. Her poetry, prose and essays have appeared in an assortment of print and online publications including Jack, Megaera, Niederngasse, and Side Reality.

Vicki Hudspith is President of the Board of Directors of The Poetry Project in New York City, and the author of White and Nervous and Limousine Dreams. Her spoken word CD, URBAN VOODOO, features percussionist Daniel Freedman.

Erin Lambert holds an MFA from Syracuse University, lives in Queens, works for the North American regional office of International Baccalaureate in Manhattan. Her current work appears in Mudlark and is forthcoming in the Fall 2003 issue of Fine Madness.

Kenneth Pobo has several books of poetry, his latest being Introductions to be published by Pearl’s Book’Em Publisher in September 2003. In 2002, his chapbook Kenneth Pobo’s Greatest Hits was published by Pudding House Press. Another chapbook, Open to All, was the seventh entry in the 2River Chapbook Series.

Shelly Reed has work appearing or scheduled for appearance in Atomic Petals, 42Opus, Thunder Sandwich, and Wilmington Blues. Her work was featured in the December 2002 issue of Seeker Magazine and in the Winter 2002 issue of Pulp Poetry. She moonlights as a live, window mannequin.

Charles P. Ries lives and writes in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he has recently completed the fictionalized memoir Riesville. His second book of poetry, Monje Malo Speaks English, was published in January 2003 by Foursep Publications. His poetry and short stories have appeared in numerous publications, including Barbaric Yawp, The California Quarterly, Nerve Cowboy, and Word Riot.

Cheryl Snell has work in print journals such as Comstock and River Oak. Her chapbook of poetry, Flower Half Blown, was published in 2002 by Finishing Line Press and has been nominated for the Ohioana Book Award in Poetry.

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