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John Biguenet lives in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he teaches at Loyola University. His books include Foreign Fictions, The Craft of Translation, and Theories of Translation.
Michael Brennan is a journalist whose work has appeared in Newsweek, Outside, and the Boston Globe. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
Priscilla Frake’s poems have been published
by Inlet, the Concho River Review, and Orphic Lute.
She lives in San Ramon, California.
Eric Granskou is a student at the University of
Texas at El Paso.
Anna Heath lives in San Francisco, where she does volunteer work for the AIDS Foundation.
Barbara Hendryson’s poems have recently appeared in the Alaska Quarterly Review, Plainsongs, and the anthology Hard Love (Queen of Swords Press). She lives in Menlo Park, California.
Lyn Lifshin’s newest book of poems is Cold Comfort: Selected Poems 1970–1996 (Black Sparrow Press). She lives in Vienna, Virginia.
Alison Luterman is a poet, essayist, and novelist living in Oakland, California. She is currently seeking a publisher for her novel about Haitian immigrants.
Kathleen C. Smith lives in Cleveland, Ohio, where she is by turns a grandmother, child advocate, and writer. She is working on a novel titled The Child Minders.
Gordon Baer is a recipient of the Nikon World Understanding Award. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Andrew W. Snee
Julia L. Burke
Susannah J. Felts
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Anne B. Wick