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Roy Allahades is a Hong Kong based writer who grew up in Colorado. His book of short stories, Satellite, is available from Thieves' Press.

Maria Arellano is a Zacatecan poet who has studied in Barcelona and London. She is currently teaching in Albuequerque, New Mexico. This is her first publication in English.

Ace Boggins informs us (via his website) that he is searching for a publisher for his eight literary novels on existential themes. In July he was awarded a fellowship for fiction from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History.

Jackson Carter lives, writes, and works in Paris. We are all envious of this fact, and are refusing to speak to him anymore on account of it.

Raymond N. Fuentes is from South Central L.A. and is enrolled at East L.A. College. He spends his time, he says, "learning about journalism, taking creative writing classes, and failing math classes."

A. C. Koch lives in Mexico and is a jazz guitarist in the group Clean and Sexy. Koch's short stories have shown up in places like River City, Mississippi Review, and InPosse Review.

Poet Charlie Mehrhoff lives in a place in Colorado where there are no lines on the map. His collection of poetry, Complete w/ Tongue, was published by Epictetus Press in 1997.

Christopher Mulrooney lives in Los Angeles. His poetry, fiction, and translations have appeared in The Brooklyn Review, Frank, Nimrod, and The Burning Bush, among others.

Famous Roth, a former student at Naropa University's Department of Writing and Poetics, plays the drums in the punk rock band Tiger Beat and lives Montreal, Canada.

Philippe Tapon is the author of the novels A Parisian from Kansas and The Mistress. He lives in California.