rewriting landscape.




Gaye Chan is a visual artist and the Chair of the Department of Art and Art History, University of Hawai'i. Her resume website is at

Loretta Clodfelter is managing editor of There.

Skip Fox lives in a log cabin in the country on a few acres with a pond outside of Sunset, Louisiana, just north of Lafayette, where he has taught at The University of Louisiana for 25 years. Recently in 88, Aught, The Tiny, Unlikely Stories, Unarmed Journal, Wire Sandwich, Yawp, Ambit, Gestalten, Sugar Mule, Poetic Inhalation, Tarpaulin Sky, Big Bridge, Hamilton Stone Review, Malleable Jangle, Black Box, eratio, House Organ, Word for/Word, moria, New Orleans Spleen, Fuck, and Dirty Swamp. Previously in Talisman, Hambone, lower limit speech, Exquisite Corpse,, o.blek, etc. Four chapbooks (Bloody Twin, Oasis, Auguste), and two books (Potes & Poets, Ahadada). In a couple anthologies including Another South: Experimental Writing in the South (U of Alabama P).

David Huntsperger is a poet and occasional internet content writer from Seattle. He is also currently working on a Ph.D. dissertation at the U of Washington (on the cultural significance of form in postmodern American poetry).

J.D. Mitchell-Lumsden is a Bay Area poet.

Kristin Palm moved to San Francisco from Detroit in 2002. Her work has been published in Bird-Dog, Chain, LVNG and Spinning Jenny and the Faux Press anthology Bay Poetics.

Anne Elezabeth Pluto is Professor of Literature and Theatre at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. She was a member of the Boston small press scene in the late 1980s and started Commonthought Magazine at Lesley 18 years ago. She has been a participant at the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference in 2005 and is returning again in 2006. Her most recent publications are in 88 A Journal of Contemporary American Poetry, Facets – Winter 2006, and Quadrangle. Her poem, “Lantern Festival” was showcased for the Poetry and Prose Program in Boston City Hall during the winter and spring 2006.

Kyle Schlesinger is the co-author of an investigation of stencil graffiti entitled Schablone Berlin (Chax Press) and a collaborative meditation on Oppen’s “Of Being Numerous” entitled Mantle (Atticus Finch). He is a currently a typography teacher.

Nandita Sharma is an Assistant Professor of 'Race,' Gender and Migration with the Departments of Sociology and Ethnic Studies at the University of Hawai'i. She helped to found the transnational campaign Open the Borders!

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