Corinne de Winter
Nominated four times for the Pushcart Prize, Corrine De Winter's poetry, fiction, essays and interviews have appeared worldwide
in publications such as the The New York Quarterly, Imago, Phoebe, Plainsongs, Yankee, Sacred Journey, Interim, The Chrysalis
Reader, The Lucid Stone, Fate ,Press, Sulphur River Literary Review, Modern Poetry, The Lyric, Atom Mind, The Writer, The
Lyric and over 800 other publications. She has been the recipient of awards from Triton College of Arts & Sciences, Writer's
Digest, The Esme Bradberry Award, The Madeline Sadin Award, The Rhysling Award, and has been featured in Poet's Market 1995-2006.
Her work is featured in the much praised collections Bless the Day, Heal Your Soul, Heal the World, Get Well Wishes, Essential
Love, The Language of Prayer , Mothers And Daughters, and in Bedside Prayers, now in its 18th printing.
a journalism professor at the State University of New York at New Paltz, is the author of three poetry chapbooks, Death of
the Frog Prince
(2004) and Heartland (2007), both from FootHills Publishing, and Strangers & Angels, forthcoming from
Scintillating Publications. He was recently nominated for the second time for a Pushcart Prize.
J.A. Howe is a
fantasy and science fiction author and poet, living in Massachusetts. Her work has been seen in Beyond Centauri,
and Illumen, and Surprising Stories.com, the web spinoff of the zine Pablo Lennis. Her hobbies
include bird-watching and historical reenactment.
was born in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and now resides in Madison where he writes poetry and maintains a website about primates
called "The Primata" (http://www.theprimata.com). His poetry has most recently appeared in Hummingbird,
The Alembic, Free Verse, The Onion Union, Merge, Tipton Poetry Journal, and Poetry Salzburg Review.
is a twenty one year old writer currently attending New York University, where he studies creative writing, history, and philosophy.
His work has appeared previously on the website Flashes of Speculation and he has had poetry published in Nurit Magazine issued,
a student publication, Perigee Magazine, and Canopic Jar. In addition he also maintains a blog at http://mirrorsponge.blogspot.com.
Laura Sobbott Ross
is a freelance architectural designer. She has poetry published in The Arkansas Review, The White Pelican Review, New Millennium
Writings, The Caribbean Writer and Kalliope, among others. She recently had several poems published in the book
Letters from Daughters to our Fathers: a Pathway to Hope and Healing. She also placed first in poetry contests
for the Mount Dora, Florida Literary Festival and the Great Blue Beacon.
Danny P. Barbare
has been published in Phase and Cycle and Dog River Review. He lives in Greenville, SC.
Donald Hucks is a writer from Texas.
Milan Smith has published short stories in the magazines
Lines In the Sand (Sept.-Oct. 2000); PKA's Advocate (Dec. 2000-Jan. 2001), (Oct. - Nov. 2001), (Apr.-May
2002), and (April-May 2007); Enigma (Fall 2001), The Circle (Winter 2002), Cynic Online Magazine (July 2007)
and one in a regional zine Mylxine (#15). After he got his B.S. degree in business from the University
of Florida, he worked in the business world for two years, then got a job as a reporter at The Destin Log, in Destin,
Florida. He has written poetry and short stories in his spare time for several years up till then, and finally
decided to work at it full-time. He has been working on a novel the past few years and is now back to writing stories.
Janet Karam's full portfolio can be found at http://funkytown-art.com