Jane Armstrong (Jane.Woodman@nau.edu) teaches at Northern Arizona
University. Her stories have appeared in North American Review, Beloit
Fiction Journal, New Orleans Review, Valley Guide Quarterly, Apalachee
Quarterly and elsewhere. She has work forthcoming in Connecticut Review
Kim Church (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a fiction writer and attorney in Raleigh,
North Carolina. She was a 1997-98 recipient of a North Carolina Arts Council
literary fellowship, which is supporting work on a first novel. Short pieces
have appeared in Northern Lights, North Carolina Humanities, and
most recently in the anthology Voices from Home.
Guggenheim award-winner Robert Sward (email@example.com) 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."
William Tyree (firstname.lastname@example.org) currently teaches at Asia University
in Tokyo, Japan. He is a graduate of the MA writing program at Northern Arizona
University, and is the former Editor-in-Chief of Thin Air. His short
stories have appeared in the North American Review, Miranda Station
Review, and elsewhere. He is now at work at a new novel while his others
ferment in his desk drawer.
Jeff Whipple (email@example.com) is an artist and writer in Sarasota, Florida.
He has had more than 50 solo exhibitions in galleries, universities and museums
throughout the USA and he's won many awards in art competitions. His paintings
are in the collections of several museums and colleges. Whipple's plays have
been featured in fifteen productions in Chicago and Florida. He is a regular
contributor to the New Art Examiner and in 1995-6, he was a weekly
columnist for The Albuquerque Tribune. Whipple taught at several colleges
including Arizona State University and Northern Illinois University. He's won
two state fellowships from Illinois and two from Florida.
David Wimberley (firstname.lastname@example.org) has a degree from Auburn where he placed
twice in the literary fiction contest--first one year, second another. He once
published a bulletin-board electronic review, The Alabama Fiction Review,
which featured writers such as Rich Cumyn of Canada, Yevgeny Yevtushenko from
Russia, and Doug Lawson and Madison Jones. All that was blown away by the WWW, a
far more excellent medium than the old dial-up BBS services.