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Adam Chambers lives in Connecticut with his wife and four children. The one-time long-distance truck driver is now enrolled full time in the MFA poetry program at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York.

Antonia Clark works for a medical software company in Burlington, Vermont, and is co-administrator of the online poetry workshop The Waters. Recent poems have appeared in The Chimaera, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, The Pedestal Magazine, Stirring, and elsewhere.

Andrew Cox is the author of two chapbooks: Company X (WordVirtual) and Fortune Cookies (2River). Equation That Explains Everything will be published by BlazeVOX Press in Winter 2010. He lives in University City, Missouri.

The Reverend Anne C. Fowler is an Episcopal priest has four chapbooks, Five Islands, Whiskey Stitching, and Summer of Salvage, all published by Pudding House; and Liz, Wear Those Pearl Earrings, winner of the Frank Cat Press 2002 Chapbook Contest.

Jeff Friedman’s fifth collection of poetry, Working in Flour, will be published by Carnegie Mellon University Press in 2010. His poems and translations have appeared in journals such as Agni Online, American Poetry Review, 5 AM, Margie, Poetry, Prairie Schooner, and The New Republic.

Pamela Garvey’s chapbook Fear (Finishing Line Press, 2008) was a finalist for the New Women’s Voices Competition. She has published poetry in journals such as Cimarron Review, Margie, The North American Review, Pleiades, RATTLE, Sonora Review, and Spoon River Poetry Review.  

jil hanifan is Director of the Writing Center at the University at Albany. She's the author of the chapbook whethergirl: the wind rose, and her poems have appeared in the Comstock Review, Heaven Bone, Little Magazine, Snail's Pace Review, and 13th Moon, among others, and online in

Kip Knott lives in Delaware, Ohio, with his wife and son, two dogs, two cats, and Chilean rose hair tarantula.  His chapbook Whisper Gallery is online at Mudlark. 

Amy McNamara is a writer and photographer in Brooklyn, New York. Her poems have appeared in Barrow Street, Conduit, jubilat, Linebreak, The Literary Review, and elsewhere. She sometimes blogs at paperbuttersugarprint.

Emily Shevenock lives in Brooklyn, New York. Previous writing appears in Primavera and is forthcoming in Burn.

Wally Swist's most recent books are Mount Toby Poems (Timberline Press, 2009), issued in a letterpress limited edition, and a scholarly monograph, The Friendship of Two New England Poets, Robert Frost and Robert Francis (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2009).

Sally Van Doren's collection of poems, Sex at Noon Taxes (LSU Press), won the 2007 Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets. Her poems appear recently or are forthcoming in: American Poet, Barrow Street, Boulevard, 5AM, Harvard Review, Margie, The New Republic, River Styx, Southwest Review, and Verse Daily.

Art © by Endi Poskovic

14 Stars and 10 Clouds

Haghbath with Pencil
Dots in Red and Black

Haghbath with Rings

Endi Poskovic is the recipient of numerous grants and fellowships, most recently from the John D. Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center (2010) and The Open Studio Centre, Canada (2009 and 2008). His graphic works are in the permanent collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and elsewhere. Poskovic teaches at the University of Michigan, holding a dual appointment in the School of Art and Design and the Center for Russian and East European Studies.