Joel Chace has published poetry and prose poetry
in print and electronic magazines such as 6ix, Tomorrow,
Lost and Found Times, Coracle, xStream, Three Candles, 2River
Joey & the Black Boots, Recursive Angel, and Veer. He has
published more than a dozen print and electronic collections.
Just out from BlazeVox Books is CLEANING THE MIRROR: NEW
AND SELECTED POEMS, and forthcoming from Paper Kite Press is MATTER
NO MATTER, another full-length collection. For many years,
Chace has been Poetry Editor for the experimental electronic
Loretta Clodfelter is
managing editor of There.
Andy Fitch's work
has appeared in Exquisite Corpse, n+1, Paper Monument, and
Andrew J. Jones is a
poet and musician from New York now living and working in the
Netherlands. For two years
he was the curator
of King's Street Gallery in Amsterdam, where he directed a variety
of international art events. His poems have been published in
Euphemism, Feed Me Seymour, The Blind Man's Rainbow, The
New Mirage Quarterly,
Poetry Motel, Down In The Dirt, and PoetTalk. Jones also
has published two books, Selfish Monologues (2007) and Paradise (2004).
Heather Jovanelli's work
currently is interested in renewable energy sources, garden cities,
and music language. She has been published in The Hemlock,
The Beggar, Lost Island Review, Green Rock Publications, and
Review. She lives in Oakland, Calif., and
her artwork can be found at www.jovanelli.com.
Karavatos was a manual worker by day and a poet-musician
by night before going into debt to complete his formal education.
A graduate of Humboldt State University in Arcata and New College
of California's Poetics Program in San Francisco, he is currently
an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the American
University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. His poems have appeared
in After the Fallen, Blackbox, Certain Stones, Cherry Bleeds,
Country Activist, debt, Earth First! Radical Environmental Journal,
Edge City Magazine, Humboldt-Central American Solidarity Newsletter,
Juke Jar, Log, Minotaur, Mirage #4/Period[ical], Paisley Moon,
PoetsWest Online, Prophetic Voices, Prosodia, San Fernando Poetry
Journal, Steelhead Special, Thieves Jargon, Tight, Travelling
Poet, Toyon, Unlikely Stories and What the Hell.
He is reading in eleven
cities this summer in the western United States and hopes his
employer will consider it “professional development.”
Lietz lives and works in Oakland, Calif., where he co-edits
Review. His chapbook, Bher-, was published by
Erg in late 2007.
Katrina Rodabaugh writes
poems, prose, and fiction hybrids. She also makes art and crafts
out of paper, fabric, and various found objects. Her artwork
has been shown in such galleries as the San Francisco Center
for the Book, Columbia College Chicago Center for Book & Paper
Arts, and The University of Alabama W.S. Hoole Special Collections
Library. Her writing has appeared in the press gang, curves,
and Stillwater journals and also in letterpress printed broadsides
and chapbooks. For information on her everyday musings, visit
Marisa Siegel has just completed the MFA program
at Mills College in Oakland. Work has appeared recently in the
print journals Handsome and Zaum, as well as in the online journals
Idiolexicon, MyNameIsMud, and Foam:e.
Lesley Stampleman has
an MFA in Creative Writing from Mills College. For seven years
she lived in New York. For eleven years she lived in California.
For four years she lived in Massachusetts. After a short stint
in San Francisco, she is considering Oakland.