Abigail Allen is a mystery to us all. Lives in North America.
Published widely in literary magazines. Completed her Doctorate at the Center
for Writers. Otherwise. . . .
Tristan Davies teaches in The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins
University. He is editor of Hopkins Arts & Sciences and a graduate of
The Writing Seminars.
Ronald Warren Deutsch's screenplay "Viking Girls on Spring
Break" became the center of a legal action between two producers, after
which Deutsch decided to quit show business and become a travel writer, a career
cut short by three aging cats. His travel stories have appeared online in Tripod
and he has just co-produced the 1st Internet Animation Festival. A
collection of quotations by moviemakers he's edited, Inspirational Hollywood,
is due to be published Fall 1997.
R. Virgil Ellis teaches writing and literature at the University of
Wisconsin, Whitewater. His collections include The Blue Train, Open My
Eyes, and Lunar Crescent Wrench.
Tracy Heinlein has published fiction in Reputable Artifacts, Product
and elsewhere. She is finishing her graduate degree at The University of
Gary Percesepe (CPWH49A@prodigy.com) is a former Fiction Editor at the
Antioch Review. A native New Yorker, he was a student of T. Coraghessan
Boyle (back when he was just Tom) in high school, and has studied with William
H. Gass and Mary Grimm. The author of four books in philosophy, he has a novel
in progress as well as a new book on postmodern theory, Beyond Suspicion.
John Pietz is an engineer living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His
email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guggenheim award-winner Robert Sward teaches at the University of
California Extension in Santa Cruz. Chosen by Lucille Clifton to receive a Villa
Montalvo Literary Arts Award, he is the author of 14 books including A
Much-Married Man, A Novel, and Four Incarnations, New & Selected
Poems. Read the novel about a five-times married, one-woman man in Robert
Sward's A Much Married Man.
A book all about love, compassion, and relationships. Contributing Editor to Blue
Penny Quarterly (Internet), Sward also served as judge for eSCENE 1996,
"the best short stories published on the Internet."
V. Alan White teaches philosophy, and has published criticism in The
Cream City Review and a poetic tribute to the late Carl Sagan in The
Skeptical Inquirer. He is currently the 1996-97 Carnegie\CASE Foundation
Wisconsin Professor of the Year.