MR-WEB Volume 1 Number 7, October 1995
Martin Amis' recent novel, Time's Arrow, was nominated for the 1991 Booker Prize. His other books include
Money, London Fields, and The Rachel Papers.
Margaret Atwood's collection, Good Bones, which appeared in Canada in 1993, was published in America
by Doubleday in 1994.
Robert Olen Butler is author of six novels and the story collection, A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain.
His stories are in Best American Short Stories '91 and '92 and New Stories from the South '91-'93.
He teaches at McNeese State.
Rita Dove’s book, Mother Love, was published by W. W. Norton this spring. She is the current Poet Laureate
of the United States.
Terry Engel was a winner in the Hemingway Prize Competition and received an Honorable Mention from Pushcart.
He comes from Tupelo, Mississippi.
Michael Hemphill is from Birmingham, Alabama, where he has written for Southern Living Magazine.
Laurie O’Brien teaches at the University of West Florida. Her chapbook, Songs Bearing Weight, won the
Permafrost Chapbook Award. She has published in Poetry, Poet Lore, Southern Review.
Mary Rees was born in Slidell and raised in Baton Rouge and West Monroe, Louisiana, and Clara, Mississippi.
She is at work on her doctorate at Georgia State, and has published in Product, Cold Water, and elsewhere.
Will Self is author of Cock & Bull: Twin Novellas, which was published by Atlantic Monthly Press
in 1993. His collection, The Quantity Theory of Insanity, was awarded the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize.
Michael Waters teaches at Salisbury State University. His book Bountiful was published by Carnegie-Mellon
in 1992. New poems have been in Poetry and The American Poetry Review.
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