Authors The 2River View, 7.4 (Summer 2003)
C. L. Bledsoe is a student at the University of Arkansas—Fayetteville. His poems have appeared most recently in Exposure and Nimrod.

Wendy Taylor Carlisle lives in east Texas with her husband and her dog. Thus far in 2003 her poems have appeared in Midwest Poetry, New Texas, Pierian Springs, Poet's Grimm, Salt River, Windhover, and Znine. She was also a finalist in The American Literary Review's 2002 poetry contest.

Susan H. Case teaches at the New York Institute of Technology as Susan Gray. Her recent poems and short stories can be found in Fireweed, Borderlands, Slant, and Zeek, among others. The Scottish Cafe, a chapbook of poems about mathematicians in Eastern Europe during the Holocaust, was published this year by Slapering Hol Press.

Autumn Collins is a twenty-something poet who works in academic publishing. More of her work can be seen in journals such as Absinthe Literary Review, Comrades, Gin Bender, and Sniffy Linings.

Doug Crandell grew up on a hog farm in Indiana and has worked with ceiling tiles, cars, and mops. His short stories and essays have been published in Glimmer Train, Indiana Review, Nebraska Review, and Smithsonian Magazine, and storySouth. He is the recipient of writing grants from the Sherwood Anderson Foundation and the Hohenberg Foundation. His first novel is due out in 2004 from Ludlow Press.

Tova Gabrielle is a retired psychotherapist and substance abuse counselor now living in Oakland, California. Though widely published as a fiction writer, the poem here in 2River is her first published poem.

Ian Christopher Hooper has spent much of the last decade living in Wales, Korea, and Mexico, but has now settled down as a librarian in Denver. His work appeared most recently in Big City Lit, Mississippi Review Online, and Red Booth Review.

Robert Krut has work appearing or forthcoming in Barrow Street, Hayden's Ferry Review, Mid-American Review, and Salt Hill.

Hallie Moore lives along the Gulf Coast just north of Houston. Her work has appeared most recently in Adirondack Review, Branches Quarterly, Moon Dance, Texas Poetry Calendar, and Texas Review.

Evelyn Posamentier lives and writes in California.

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