The 2River View
Conflict of Place by Mark Flowers Conflict of Place by Mark Flowers 5.4 (Summer 2001)

Poetry and fiction by John Amen have appeared in various online and in-print publications, including Stirring Magazine, Wilmington Blues, and Sanskrit. He is the editor-in-chief of the online literary bi-monthly The Pedestal Magazine.

Michelle Cameron recently completed a young adult novel and is now at work on a novella about the .com world. Her poetry has appeared in Riding the Meridian, Niederngasse, Mentress Moon, and Paterson Literary Review.

Glenda Cooper currently resides in Dallas, Texas. Her poems have appeared in printed publications and online journals, including Baker Street Irregular, Conspire, Disquieting Muses, Eclectica, and Thunder Sandwich. Her website is

In addition to writing poetry, Jeffrey Ewing is a playwright, with plays produced in New York and Los Angeles. He lives in Sacramento, California.

Raymond Farr lives in Ocala, Florida. His credits include Poet Lore, Slant, and Cider Press Review.

Kris Kahn has studied poetry and literature at New School University and Rutgers University. In the past, he has co-edited drowning, a collaborative poetry journal, and is now co-editor of SOMETIMES CITY. His work can also be seen in The Cortland Review.

Anne Kellas has been published most recently in Moorilla Mosaic: Contemporary Tasmanian Writing. Her second book, Isolated States, is due in September 2001, from Tasmania Cornford Press. She's poetry editor for Famous Reporter and The Write Stuff.

Rebecca Lu Kiernan is the editor Gecko. Her poetry has been published in places such as MS., Long Shot, Idiom 23, and Verandah. A series of her poetry is upcoming in Asimov's Science Fiction.

Tom Sheehan appears in Eastoftheweb, New Works Review, and Fluid Ink Press. He is a co-editor of the sold out 2000-copy issue of A Gathering of Memories, Saugus 1900–2000.

George Wallace is editor of Poetrybay. His sixth chapbook, Sesquicentennial Suite, was published in 2000 in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of statehood in California. His poems have recently appeared in Georgia State Review and Rattle.