Angela Ball's most recent book of poetry is The Museum of the Revolution. She teaches in the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi, in Hattiesburg, where she lives with her dog, Maggie, a "pitahoola."

DC Berry teaches at Southern Miss Center for Writers.

Kyle Dargan is a MFA student at Indiana University. His work has also appeared in the Denver Quartely, Callaloo and Carnegie Mellon Poetry Review. His natural habitat is metro New Jersey.

Timothy Liu's new book of poems, Of Thee I Sing, selected by Fanny Howe for the Georgia Contemporary Poetry Series, is forthcoming in Spring 2004. He is an Associate Professor at William Paterson University.

Joyelle McSweeney's first book, The Red Bird, won the Fence Modern Poets Series Prize and was published in 2002 by FenceBooks/ Saturnalia Books.

Tony Tost's manuscript, Invisible Bride, was selected by CD Wright for the 2003 Walt Whitman Award; it will be published by LSU press in spring, 2004. Tony has published poems in Fence, Field, can we have our ball back?, Spinning Jenny and other journals. He lives in
Fayetteville, Arkansas, where he plays guitar and sings in Black Cassette.

Jake Adam York is a contributing editor for Shenandoah and the poetry editor for Recent poems of his appear or will soon appear in Gulf Coast, Crab Orchard Review, Diagram, and The Southern Review.


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