rewriting landscape.




Arthur Cadieux is a painter living in Eastport, Maine. His most recent exhibition was at Gallery 170 in Damariscotta, Maine. For more of his work, visit his website.

Swirling together the wholesome and the wicked, Cindy Emch spins words, records, and queer open mics in SF.

Arpine Konyalian Grenier is a graduate of the American University of Beirut and the MFA Program at Bard College, NY. Her work has appeared in How2, Columbia Poetry Review, Sulfur, The Iowa Review, Phoebe, Envoi, Fence and elsewhere.

Donald Illich has published poetry in The Iowa Review, Fourteen Hills, Passages North, Cold Mountain Review, Roanoke Review, and Hubbub. His work will be included in future issues of Nimrod, Lit, Combo Magazine, Sow's Ear Poetry Review, and The Sulphur River Literary Review. He received a Prairie Schooner scholarship to the 2006 Nebraska Summer Writer’s Conference. His Web site is

Born of the most mixed and common stock, Alexander Jorgensen has lived in the Czech Republic, a Baroque Servite monastery along the Sumava mountain range, the Galapagos Archipelago, and the People's Republic of China (where he currently divides his time). His work has appeared or is forthcoming in BathHouse, One Less, Noon, fhole, The Lyre, Jacket Magazine, Pinstripe Fedora and Otoliths.

Ruth Lepson is poet-in-residence at the New England Conservatory of Music. Rusty Crump & Ruth have a new ebook (& POD) book at, of their photos & her synaesthetic dream prose poems. Alice James Books published a book of her poems, Dreaming in Color (POD book), which is being reprinted, and the U of Illinois published her anthology, Poetry from Sojourner: A Feminist Anthology, in 2004. In recent years she has been collaborating w/ other poets, musicians & visual artists, and her poems have been in Carve, Shampoo, & many other online & offline magazines. Her piece about Steve Lacy & Robert Creeley appeared in jacketmagazine #31.

Warren Lloyd is currently finishing an MFA thesis in 'New Forms' at the Rochester Institute of Technology. 'New Forms' is a multi-media approach to fine art which includes surveillance technology, sound, text, photography, painting and video. Lloyd studied at Pratt institute where he earned a BFA in painting. He is currently an adjunct professor of painting and planning to pursue his education in the field of poetics. His writing has appeared and is forthcoming in Homonumos Magazine, Beijing.

Anh-Hoa Thi Nguyen received her MFA in Creative Writing at Mills College where she was awarded the Mary Merrit Henry Prize in Poetry and the Ardella Mills Literary Composition Prize in Creative Non-Fiction. Her work has been published in the Asian Pacific American Journal, Nha Magazine, and the Vietnamese Artists Collective anthology AS IS: A Collection of Visual and Literary Works by Vietnamese American Artists. Anh-Hoa has also performed her work at Kearny Street Workshop’s APAture 8, San Francisco’s Litcrawl and Writers with Drinks. In addition to writing and performing, Anh-Hoa creates self-published and hand bound artists books and is a photographer and printmaker. She is currently the founder of Pomelo Press and lives and creates in Oakland, California, where she was recently featured as I Love Oakland’s Artist of the Month.

Jeffrey Schrader prefers train trestles & rivers.

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