Tom Dooley co-edits Eclectica, teaches high school English, and coaches wrestling in Tucson, Arizona.
Chris Lott co-edits Eclectica, scans his junk mail for patterns, and works as an instructional technology specialist in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Charles Albano is an adjunct professor of management at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Shaggy Bob may possibly have the world's biggest ego, but it's backed with the wisdom beyond any mortal means. He has answers to all questions. And he's never wrong.
Anthony Lee Brown is currently serving a life sentence at the Spring Creek Correctional Facility.
Avital Gad Cykman former lawyer turned interior decorator was born in Israel but now resides in Brazil.
Charlie Dickinson lives in Portland, Oregon. Six years of work as a writing sharecropper (press releases, software manuals, corporate newsletters) prepared him for a commitment to his own writing projects. Mr. Dickinson has forthcoming fiction in The Blue Moon Review
Philip Havey was born in 1930, wrote some serious poetry in the 1960's before his time was taken up by the civil rights, peace and labor movement. Now, retired, he is back to poetry.
Daryl Lease is a columnist for The Free Lance-Star newspaper in Fredericksburg, VA. His work appears online in Slumgullion, Capitol Hill Blue and TotalNEWS, among other places.
Mark Leeper publishes MT Void, a weekly science fiction newsletter as well as movie reviews all over the net.
Don Mager He has published some 250 original poems and translations from Czech and German over the last 30 years, including two books: To Track The Wounded On (1986) and Glosses (1995).
Lauren McHenry is a performance artist, author, editor, and scientist who lives on a lovely 16-acre farm (Yardbird Farms!) near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with her husband and daughter.
Chris Null is a writer and media critic based in Austin, Texas. He is a Contributing Editor for Film for Mike's Feedback an Austin, Texas monthly. In addition to writing, Null Set Productions (the film production company he began with his brother) produced its first offering in Fall 1996.
Scott Ruddick is an award-winning freelance magazine writer who lives and works in Toronto, Canada. When he isn't reading magazines as research for his In Print column, he writes for a variety of print and on-line publications.
Ann Skea is author of Ted Hughes: The Poetic Quest (UNE Press, Australia).