|11.2 (Winter 2007)||The 2River View|
New Poems By
Peter Waldor lives in New Jersey, where he works in the insurance business. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Iowa Review, Margie, Mudlark, Sugar Mule, and West Branch. His first book is due out in November 2007 from Alice James Books.
Traci Brimhall attends Sarah Lawrence College, where she is earning an MFA in Poetry. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Blood Orange Review, Kaleidowhirl, Poetry Midwest, Relief Journal, Slipstream, Tattoo Highway, and Wicked Alice.
Jeffrey Calhoun is an upperclassmen at the University of Dayton. After gradutating, he plans to pursue a graduate degree in cellular biology. His writing credits include decomp, Lily, Loch Raven Review, Poems Niederngasse, SOFTBLOW, and Tilt.
William Jay recently returned to the United States after spending nearly four years in Paris, France. He is now working on a book of poetry tentatively called The Man On The Blue Horse.
Michaela Kahn, in addition to receiving the appropriate degrees, has worked as a barista, teacher, secretary, and potato-planter, among other things. She is planning an escape from capitalism very soon. Her poetry has appeared in Big Bridge, Lilliput Review, Puerto del Sol, Red Rock Review, and Santa Fe Poetry Broadside.
Ellen Kombiyil is originally from Syracuse, New York. Her poetry has recently appeared in Cezanne's Carrot, Eclectica, The Hiss Quarterly, and The Pedestal. She currently lives in India with her husband and two children.
Marie-Elizabeth Mali left her acupuncture practice three and a half years ago to write and perform poetry. She lives in New York City, where she studies with Mary Stewart Hammond and other wonderful poets. Her work is forthcoming in Hobble Creek Review.
Anne Dyer Stuart received an MFA from Columbia University and a Ph. D. from the University of Southern Mississippi, where she is an instructor of writing and literature. She is also writer-in-residence at The Columbia Training School, Mississippi's prison for girls, where she teaches creative writing.
JeFF Stumpo is the author of two chapbooks: El Oceano y La Serpiente/The Ocean and The Serpent (Zenane 2004) and Riff Raff (Unicorn, forthcoming); co-editor of the online journal Big Tex[t]; and founder and host of Javashock, the Brazos Valley's poetry slam.
Sally Van Doren teaches for Springboard to Learning in the St. Louis Public Schools and curates the Sunday Workshop Series for the St. Louis Poetry Center. Her work has appeared recently in Margie, Parthenon West Review, and Poetry Daily; and is forthcoming in Boulevard, Ellipsis, and Snow Monkey.
Art from the Underground Series © 2007 by Megan Karlen
An Innocent Death
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