Volume 2, Number
4 ~ April 1996 ~ Contributors
Jane Armstrong, a graduate of USM's Center for Writers, teaches
in the creative writing program at Northern Arizona University. Her work
has appeared in The North American Review, Apalachee Quarterly,
Sun Dog, The Southeast Review, and Beloit Fiction Journal.
John Biguenet's work is forthcoming or has appeared recently
in such journals as The Southern Review, The Greensboro Review,
Confrontation, Exquisite Corpse, Witness, Boulevard,
The Georgia Review, The North American Review, and Ploughshares.
His book The Craft of Translation was published by The University
of Chicago Press; a second, Theories of Translation, was recently
released. An earlier book, Foreign Fictions, was published by Random
House. His radio play The Vulgar Soul will be produced this year
by Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Germany's largest radio network.
Jamaica Kincaid is author of At the Bottom of the River,
Annie John, and A Small Place, among others. She was born
in St. John's Antigua.
Dinty W. Moore (email@example.com) has had stories published
in The Georgia Review, The Southern Review, The Iowa Review
and elsewhere. He is the author of The Emperor's Virtual Clothes: The
Naked Truth About Internet Culture (Algonqin Books) and is at work
on a second book exploring Buddhism in the American Heartland.
Ben Neihart grew up in Florida and Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He
was educated at Johns Hopkins and The Center for Writers at The University
of Southern Mississippi. His stories have appeared in The New Yorker
and elsewhere. "Iquoi" is from his first novel Hey, Joe--
just published by Simon & Schuster.
Lynne Butler Oaks has been published in The Quarterly,
The Missouri Review, Fiction International, Story Quarterly,
Joyce Carol Oates
David Sobieski is a Polish kid from
Cleveland who joined the Air Force to see the world and got stuck in Grand
Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota for four years. After getting out he
thumbed his way to St. Paul. He is now an overnight parking supervisor
at the UofM and is finishing his degree in Adult Education. His poetry
has appeared in Writer's Block and Prarie Margins.
Allan Vorda is the author of Face to Face: Interviews With
Contemporary Novelists (Rice University Press) and Psychedelic Psounds:
Interviews from A to Z with ‘60s Psychedelic and Garage Bands (Borderline