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Michelle Bitting has work forthcoming or appearing in Glimmer Train, Nimrod, Passages North, Poetry Daily, Valparaiso Review, and elsewhere; and Blue Laws forthcoming from Finishing Line Press, December 2007.

Ingrid Chung is a recent graduate from New York University where she received the Thomas Wolfe Prize for poetry. She is now pursuing her M.Ed. at Hunter College while teaching seventh grade humanities in the Bronx through a New York City Teaching Fellowship.

Michael A. Flanagan has poems in many small press periodicals across the country.

Ellen Kombiyil lives in India with her husband and two children. Her poetry has recently appeared in 2River, Eclectica, The Hiss Quarterly, and Sojourn.

Robert Nazarene is founding editor of Margie / The American Journal of Poetry and MARGIE/IntuiT House Poetry series, publishers of the 2006 winner of the National Book Critics Circle award in poetry. His volume of poems is Church.

Amy Pence has had poems recently in Mudlark and Red Booth Review.  In 2003, 2River published her chapbook Skin's Dark Night. The poems in this issue of 2RV are from her manuscript Ablaze, a finalist in many national poetry competitions.

Lynne Potts has read at Poets House, Columbia University, Ear Shot, 440 Gallery in Brooklyn, and Cornelia Street Café. In 2004 she was awarded the HD Prize by the Poets Project in New York; in 2007, a fellowship to the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.

Terry Savoie has poems in recent or forthcoming issues of The Iowa Review, The North American Review, and Prairie Schooner. Other poems of his have appeared in American Poetry Review, Cortland Review, Ploughshares, The Northwest Review, and Poetry.

Sarah Sorenson writes poetry and fiction and has been published in Eclectica, Half Drunk Muse, Liberty Hill Poetry Review, Morpo Review, Poems Niederngasse,  Poetry Motel, Stirring, and Verse Libre. She lives in the Deep South.

Anne Whitehouse is the author of The Surveyor’s Hand and Fall Love, as well as short stories, essays, reviews, and feature articles. Curses VIII and XXIV are from the manuscript Blessings and Curses.

Erica Wright received her MFA from Columbia University. She is the poetry editor at Guernica and teaches at the City University of New York. Most recently, she was a semi-finalist for the "Discovery"/The Nation 2007 Poetry Prize.

Art © 2007 by Richard Biscayart



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