Monthly Archives: June 2011

Maxwell Baumbach

Maxwell Baumbach is a manchild from Elmhurst, IL. He has authored the chapbooks “Suburban Rhythm” (Scars Publications, September 2010) and “You’re Welcome” (Alternating Current, March 2011). His first full length collection, “At Age Twenty,” is slated for a January 2012 … Continue reading

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Brian Cudzilo

Born and raised in western New York State, Brian Cudzilo now lives somewhere else in America – most of the time. His work has appeared on folded napkins left on coffeehouse tables, in love letters mostly left unsent, on pieces … Continue reading

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William Ogden Haynes

William Ogden Haynes is a poet from Alabama and has published poetry in literary journals such as California Quarterly, Forge Journal and PIF Magazine. His chapbook entitled Five Thousand Days has been accepted for publication in 2011 by Negative Capability … Continue reading

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Gary Beck

Gary Beck has spent most of his adult life as a theater director and worked as an art dealer when he couldn’t earn a living in the theater. He has also been a tennis pro, a ditch digger and a … Continue reading

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Barton Smock

Barton Smock lives in Columbus, Ohio, with a wife who is her own and their four children whom are not property. He has recently self published, by both angel and demon, a book of poems ‘the paper dolls have been … Continue reading

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Amit Parmessur

Amit Parmessur, for someone who once hated poetry has been accepted for the past six months by over 70 magazines, including Ann Arbor Review, Burnt Bridge, Calliope Nerve, Catapult to Mars, Clockwise Cat, Clutching at Straws, Damazine, Gloom Cupboard, Heavy … Continue reading

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Bud R. Berkich

Bud R. Berkich was born in Somerville, NJ and raised in Bound Brook, NJ. He has been writing creatively since the age of eight. Bud holds an Associate degree in Humanities from Raritan Valley Community College, and a Bachelors degree … Continue reading

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