Monthly Archives: July 2011

Carl James Grindley

Carl James Grindley grew up on an island off the West Coast of Canada, and studied in the US and Europe. He has taught creative writing at Yale University, and works at The City University of New York. His book … Continue reading

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Benjamin Dettmar

Benjamin Dettmar‘s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Indigo Rising Magazine, Three Line Poetry, Eunoia Review, trapeze magazine, The Camel Saloon, and Short, Fast, and Deadly. Hypnos All-encompassing blackness Creeping forth from the edge of awareness Resting in hidden … Continue reading

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John Grey

John Grey is an Australian born poet, US resident since late seventies. Works as financial systems analyst. Recently published in Xavier Review, White Wall Review and Writer’s Bloc with work upcoming in Poem, Prism International and the Cider Press Review. … Continue reading

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Garrett Traylor

Garrett Traylor is a librarian like his parents are librarians. He writes poetry in the hope that one day he will be able to weed his own collected works from a library. In the meantime it makes appearances in various … Continue reading

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Ricky Garni

Ricky Garni writes and draws in Carrboro, North Carolina. Over the last twenty years, he has produced thirty books of poetry, ranging from the one page A PERFECT DAY to MAYBE WAVY and OK YOU CAN STOP NOW, both of … Continue reading

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Sheila E. Murphy

Sheila E. Murphy‘s most recent book is Toccatas in the Key of D (Blue Lion Books, 2010). Her home is in Phoenix, AZ. At Night This Night I pull in stations clearly and precisely individuate the nouns the verbs the … Continue reading

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Aleathia Drehmer

Aleathia Drehmer is the editor of the print microzine Durable Goods and the online flash fiction website, In Between Altered States. She is also the poetry editor for Full of Crow. Aleathia has had two small collections of poetry published … Continue reading

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