Volume 3 Number 3, March 1997
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 Award.
Denise Stallcup's poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and her fiction and poetry have been
published in Gulf Stream, Cimarron Review and other publications. She lives in San Antonio and has
an MFA in fiction from Warren Wilson College.
Terese Svoboda's first novel, Cannibal, won the Bobst Prize and the Great Lakes Colleges Association
New Writer's Award and was chosen as one of the top ten books of the year by Spin.
Antonia Sweet is completing a masters degree in Sports Administration as a graduate assistant volleyball
coach for Northwestern State in Louisiana and is beginning a second masters in Counseling Psychology and Education
at the University of South Dakota.
Previously a screenwriter in Los Angeles, Mark Thorson now lives in Minnesota and writes fiction. "Final
Delivery" is the title story from his recently completed first collection.
Winner of the Robert Brome creative writing award from Illinois State University, John G. Wallace is
currently at work on his first novel, Aleutian Island War Mantra.
Tim Watt lives in Brooklyn, New York. He is at work on a novel and a collection of stories.