Contributors The 2River View, 9.1 (Fall 2004)
Robyn Art has published, or has poems forthcoming, in Conduit, Cream City Review, New Delta Review, and Slope. Her chapbook, Degrees of Being There, is available from Boneworld Press. She has recently received grants from the Academy of American Poets and the Vermont Studio Center.

Janet Buck has recently appeared in Facets Magazine, Octavo, Offcourse, and Poetry Magazine. Beckoned by the Reckoning, her third collection of poetry, was recently release by PoetWorks Press.

Wendy Carlisle Taylor lives quietly in East Texas, land of Budweiser and boviculture. Her books include Reading Berryman to the Dog (Jacaranda Press 2000) and After Happily Ever After (2River 2003).

Lightsey Darst was recently awarded grants and residencies from the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Anderson Center, and the Associated Writers Program. Her work is published or forthcoming in the Antioch Review, Blue Moon Review, Cutbank, Kennesaw Review, and Quarterly West.

Charlie Holland lives in a building that could use a paint job. It's a good three storey building that might make it through a major earthquake though. Her work has appeared in 42Opus and Skein.

Eve Jones teaches composition and literature in St. Louis, Missouri. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in journals such as Agni, Hotel Amerika, and Poet Lore.

Clay Matthews is working on a Ph. D. at Oklahoma State University, while serving as associate editor of the Cimarron Review. His work appears in Cape Rock, Diagram, Good Foot, Mudlark, storySouth, and The Sow's Ear.

Brent Pallas lives and works in New York City as a craft designer and illustrator. His most recent work has been in the Beloit Poetry Journal, Gettysburg Review, and Poetry.

Jayne Pupek holds and MA in psychology and lives near Richmond, Virginia. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in several online and print publications, including Literary Mama and SmokeLong Quarterly. Her chapbook Primitive is forthcoming from Pudding House Press.

David Starkey lives in Santa Barbara, California. Over the past fifteen years, he has published in numerous journals, including American Scholar, Caffeine Destiny, Massachusetts Review, Poet Lore, Sycamore Review, and Texas Review.

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