Volume 3 Number 1, January 1997
Philip Avins lives in
New York with his dog, Carl. He is working on a novel set in Brooklyn,
Salt Lake City, and western Wyoming.
An M.A. candidate in creative writing at Temple University, Alex Bove's fiction and poetry have appeared in Elephants
and Other Gods and The Kudzu Review.
Jaime Clarke is a graduate
of the University of Arizona and is currently enrolled in the
MFA program at Bennington. His work has appeared in Chelsea.
Michael Dahlie is a graduate
student in history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This
is his first published story.
Paul Diamond received
his master's degree in English from Ohio University. Currently
he lives in Washington D.C.
B. D. Feil lives outside
Ann Arbor and is working on his first novel. His work has been
published in The Clockwatch Review, Cleveland Magazine,
Golf Magazine, and elsewhere.
Ed Fischer has been writing
short stories since the early 1960s. He has lived most of his
life in Connecticut.
Winner of the Minnesota Voices Project Competition, Perry Glasser's fiction, non-fiction and reviews have appeared
in numerous journals and anthologies. He is contributing editor
for The North American Review and is recipient of three
PEN Syndicated Fiction Project Prizes.
Virginia Harabin teaches
at Shepherd College. Her fiction has appeared in The Paris
Review and Fiction International.
Stacey Richter lives in
Tucson, Arizona where she works as a film critic. Her poems have
appeared in Sonora Review (winner of the 1993 Poetry Prize)
and River Styx. Her short film Invisible World received
the Black Maria Director's Choice Award and a Kodak Emerging Cinematographer's