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Volume 2, Numbers 8&9 ~ Sept 1996

Robert Olen Butler's "Woman Uses Glass Eye to Spy on Philandering Husband" and "Woman Struck By Car Turns Into Nymphomaniac" are both part of a new book of short stories, Tabloid Dreams, which will be published by Henry Holt this fall and is scheduled to premiere as an HBO series early next year. His last collection of short stories, A Good Scent From a Strange Mountain, won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction. He is also the author of seven novels, including the recent bestseller, They Whisper. He lives in Lake Charles, Louisiana, with his wife, the novelist Elizabeth Dewberry.

Allen Woodman was born and raised in Alabama. He was educated at Huntingdon College and Florida State University. He now lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he directs the Creative Writing Program at Northern Arizona University. He is the author of All-You-Can-Eat, Alabama and several popular children's picture books. He has a new collection of short stories forthcoming from University of West Alabama's Livingston Press.

John Holman, a graduate of USM's Center for Writers, teaches in the creative writing program at Georgia State University. His work has appeared in The New Yorker and in numerous anthologies, and his collection of stories, Squabble, was published by Ticknor & Fields.

Victoria Lancelotta studied at Johns Hopkins and the University of Florida, and is working on her doctorate at the Center for Writers. She has published in Glimmer Train, Crescent Review, Black Warrior Review, Threepenny Review, Texas Review, and has been nominated for the AWP Intro Awards and the Henfield Transatlantic Award.

Wendy Battin is the author of In the Solar Wind (Doubleday/National Poetry Series); poems from her new collection, Little Apocalypse, have appeared in Poetry, Georgia Review, Yale Review, and other journals. She has taught poetry at MIT, Syracuse, Smith, and Connecticut College and is director of CAPA, the Contemporary American Poetry Archive, which gives out-of-print books a home on the Web:

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