SAMUEL AMADON'S poems have appeared in such journals as American Letters & Commentary; APR; Black Warrior Review; Forklift, Ohio; La Petite Zine; Unpleasant Event Schedule; Verse; and Western Humanities Review. Samuel once lived in Hartford, but now prefers New York, where he is one of the curators of the FREQUENCY reading series.
STEPHANIE ANDERSON was born in Berkeley, California and spent much of her childhood in Pennsylvania. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Painted Bride Quarterly, American Letters & Commentary, and Denver Quarterly. She lives in New York City.
THOMAS BASBØLL teaches philosophy at the Copenhagen Business School, where he also supports researchers in their writing practices. He is married, has two children, and once played the Ghost in a student production of Hamlet. His poetry and criticism have been published in Fascicle and Word For/Word and he blogs at www.pangrammaticon.blogspot.com.
MARK DECARTERET'S work has appeared in the anthologies American Poetry: The Next Generation (Carnegie Mellon Press, 2000) and Thus Spake the Corpse: An Exquisite Corpse Reader 1988-1998 (Black Sparrow Press, 2000). His latest chapbook, The Great Apology, was published a few years back by Oyster River Press for which he also co-edited the anthology Under the Legislature of Stars: 62 New Hampshire Poets.
JULIE DOXSEE holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently a PhD candidate in the poetry program at the University of Denver. Recent work appears or is forthcoming in Eratio Postmodern Poetry, Word For/Word, can we have our ball back?, Elimae, Coconut Poetry, Conduit, Fourteen Hills, and Shampoo. She was born in London, Ontario.
MICHAEL FARRELL is researching improvisation and its icons in Australian culture. His book, ode ode, is available from Salt Publishing. He has recent poems in Verse and First Offense and a blog at http://readingrevival.blogspot.com.
JIM GOAR’S book, Whole Milk, is available from Effing Press. His poetry has been published by the good folks at GutCult, Octopus, the tiny, and El Pobre Mouse. His prose can be found at American Drivel Review, Ellipsis, and Ducts. This is his second time appearing in Typo. You can find out more about him at Can Of Corn.
NOAH ELI GORDON is the author of The Frequencies, The Area of Sound Called the Subtone, and A Fiddle Pulled from the Throat of a Sparrow, forthcoming in 2007 from New Issues. He publishes the Braincase Chapbook Series from his home in Denver.
MICHAEL HEFFERNAN'S seventh book of poems, The Night Breeze Off
the Ocean, appeared in early spring 2005 from Eastern
Washington University Press (Spokane). He has since finished another.
In the next few months, he will have new poems in Measure,
The Southern Review,
MICHAEL KOSHKIN edits and designs chapbooks and magazines for Hot
Whiskey Press with Jennifer Rogers. The Subtraction of Light
(For a Pig) is forthcoming as a chapbook from Wyrd
Tree Press and will include pig paintings by the author. Parade
Rain is also forthcoming in 2006 from Big
KARYNA MCGLYNN's poetry has recently appeared or is forthcoming in
Hotel Amerika, 42opus,
La Petite Zine, Kulture
Vulture, Cimarron Review
and Good Foot.
A three-time Pushcart nominee, Karyna is the recipient of the Cornwell
Fellowship in Poetry, the Moveen Residency in Ireland, and the Michael
R. Gutterman Prize in Poetry at the University of Michigan where she
is currently pursuing her MFA. She is a co-editor for the online journal
more information, visit http://www.karynamcglynn.com.
KRISTI MAXWELL's poems have recently appeared in Denver
Quarterly, Dragonfire, No
Tell Motel, Spinning Jenny,
and 42opus. She currently
lives in Tucson, Arizona, where she teaches at Casa
Libre en la Solana.
AMANDA NADELBERG is the author of Isa the Truck Named Isadore,
(available this April from Slope
Editions). Her poems have appeared in jubilat,
Canary, Tarpaulin Sky,
and in other journals. She grew up in Boston and currently lives in
NATHAN PARKER's recent poems appear or are forthcoming in American
Letters & Commentary, Colorado
Review, Conduit, and
Octopus. He lives
in Alabama with his wife Christie, son Noah, and just-born daughter
THIBAULT RAOULT was a Dolin Scholar at the University of Chicago. One
of his pieces in Octopus
#4 was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He co-edits Coalesce
(with Adam Weg), writes songs, paints, cooks, & cleans (sometimes)
in the nude (sometimes). Born in Pithiviers, France, raised in Rochester,
NY, Thibault will soon move to Providence, RI.
ZACHARY SCHOMBURG'S most recent poems are forthcoming in Swink,
Washington Square Review,
Same Storm, Cutbank,
and The Hat, and a chapbook,
Abraham Lincoln's Death Scene, is forthcoming from Horse
Less Press. He co-edits Octopus,
co-hosts the Clean Part
Reading Series, and is a PhD student in Lincoln, NE, where he lives
in a lean-to with a dog, two cats and a wife.
BRANDON SHIMODA was born in the 1970's. He grew up along multiple edges
of multiple oceans. His poems and reviews can be seen in recent or forthcoming
issues of Xantippe,
and elsewhere; his assemblage work can be seen in CutBank
and the New Lakes reading and performance series. With Phil Cordelli,
he is The Pines. With Aimee,
he lives in Missoula, Montana, where he gives and takes. Mostly neither.
MATHIAS SVALINA work has been recently published or is forthcoming in journals such as jubilat, Fence, Pleiades, Konundrum Engine Literary Review, Spinning Jenny, and Bridge. He is the new co-editor of Octopus Magazine.
CATHERINE TAYLOR is a co-editor, with Eula Biss and Stephen Cope, of Essay Press, a new imprint dedicated to publishing innovative, explorative essays in book form. She teaches at Ohio University and has work forthcoming in Xantippe.
JON THOMPSON teaches at North Carolina State University, where he edits
Free Verse: A
Journal of Contemporary Poetry & Poetics, and the new poetry
series, Free Verse Editions.
His first collection, The Book of the Floating World (Parlor
Press) appeared in 2004.
ASHLEY VANDOORN has recently published poems in American
Letters & Commentary, The
, Gulf Coast, Northwest
Review, and No Tell
Motel. She currently lives in Atlanta, GA.
JOSHUA MARIE WILKINSON is the author of Suspension of a Secret
in Abandoned Rooms (Pinball,
2005), Lug Your Careless Body out of the Careful Dusk (Iowa,
2006), and a chapbook entitled A Ghost as King of the Rabbits
(New Michigan, 2005). New
poems are forthcoming in Ellipsis,
Rhyme, Filter, Burnside Review,
available in the Pacific Northwest. His first film--a tour documentary
about the band Califone--is due out this fall and he lives in Denver,
Colorado where he's completing a PhD and at work on new writing.