Minds by Clark Lunberry and David Reisman Spacer



Clark Lunberry is a doctoral candidate in the Modern Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Lunberry’s work has appeared in Chicago Review, Tricycle, Kyoto Journal, and LVNG. A book of his poetry and photography, Stonepoems, was published in 1999 from Kalligram Press. More of his work can be seen at UBUWEB and Grist.

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David Reisman is an editor in the Educational Publishing Department of Thirteen/WNET New York. His artwork is represented by Pierogi 2000 and LFL Gallery. His writing on art has been published in Artscribe, Tema Celeste, Millennium Film Journal, and Texte zur Kunst. More of his artwork is on the Web at: Art Spirit and Pierogi.

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The 2River View
6.2 (Winter 2002)


Thomas Bates is an independent researcher and writer in Northern Colorado. His interests include nontraditional approaches to education, common sense as a depletable natural resource, and cooking.

Roger Jones teaches in the MFA writing program at Southwest Texas State University. He has published one full collection, Strata, and has recently been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Leigh Kirkland is a Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Literature, Communication, and Culture at Georgia Tech. Her poems have appeared in Raritan, Poetry Midwest, and on-line at www.womenwriters.net, with others forthcoming in Valparaiso Poetry Review and Borderlands.

Robert Hill Long has been a fellow of the NEA, the North Carolina Arts Council, and the Oregon Arts Commission. In 1999, he won the Balch Prize from The Virginia Quarterly Review. His books include The Power to Die (1987), The Work of the Bow (1997) and The Effigies (1998). His work has appeared in Best American Poetry 1995 and Flash Fiction and in journals such as Poetry East, Poetry Northwest, New England Review and Southern Poetry Review.

Frances Ruhlen McConnel teaches Creative Writing at the University of California, Riverside. She has poems on the web at Mudlark and Salt River Review. Her books of poetry are Gathering Light and One Step Closer from Pygmalion Press.

Michael Meyerhofer writes poems, haiku, and fantasy stories on every piece of scratch paper he can find. Having graduated from the University of Iowa with a BA in English, he hopes to return for an MFA in Creative Writing.

Ann Politte holds a BS in Health Information Administration and works at a hospital in Crystal City, Missouri.

Logan Ryan Smith works as a content analyst for an internet company in San Francisco. He is Senior Editor of Sand to Glass, with work in Over the Transom and Words on a Wire.

T. L. Stokes is a native of Pacific Northwest who recently relocated to California's northern hills. Stokes has been published widely, most notably in Stirring, The 2River View, Rogue Scholars, Little Brown Poetry, and Poetry Super Highway.

Kelley White has been a pediatrician in inner-city Philadelphia for the past twenty years. More recently, she has become a widely published poet, with a chapbook, I am going to walk toward the sanctuary, from Nepenthe Books/Via Dolorosa Press; and a book, The Patient Presents, from The People's Press.

Ian Randall Wilson is a contributing editor to the poetry journal 88. Recent work of his has appeared in The Alaska Quarterly Review and Spinning Jenny. His first fiction collection, Hunger and Other Stories, has just been published by Hollyridge Press.