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Sarah Skwire

Sarah Skwire lives and works in Indianapolis, Indiana. She has published poems in The New Criterion, WOE, Coracle, The Oxford Magazine, The Vocabula Review, and elsewhere. She has also published a range of academic work, mostly on 17th century literature.

Ted McCarthy

Ted McCarthy has been published in Ireland, Britain, Germany and the U.S. His first collection won a national award in Ireland, the Brendan Behan Award.

Robt Ward

Robt Ward was born in 1946 and deafened by meningitis in 1949. A southern California native, he spent three of his most formative years in Geneva, Switzerland in the late 1950's and studied too much Latin at Ecole Internationale de Geneve. Later he attended Brown University (where he studied with the poet Edwin Honig) and the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture.

Nola Garrett

Nola Garrett is Faculity Emeritus of Edinboro University of PA and presently lives in Palm Harbor, FL.  Her poems, translations, and essays have appeared in Arts Letters, Christian Century, FIELD, Georgia Review, Poetry Northwest, and Tampa Review.  Her chapbook, The Pastor's Wife Considers Pinball, won the 1998 American Poets' Prize.  Forthcoming from David Robert Books, February 2009, is The Dynamite Maker's Mistress: Variations on the Sestina Form.

Mebane Robertson

Mebane Robertson’s poems have appeared in The Beloit Poetry Journal, The Journal, Blue Unicorn, The Lyric, and others.  Black Widow Press published his book Signal From Draco: New and Selected Poems in December of 2007.  He is also a rock and folk musician whose recordings can be heard on iTunes or cdbaby.com.  He is presently sweating out a Ph.D. in English Lit. at Fordham University and lives in Brooklyn with his wife and infant son.

Marcus Smith

Marcus Smith’s poetry and reviews have appeared in many journals on both sides of the Atlantic, including  Poetry Salzburg Review, Greensboro Review, Acumen, The Lyric and The Classical Outlook.  Recent publications and commendations include a “Poetry on the Lake” prize (Italy),  The Southern Poetry Review’s contest, Atlanta Review’s tenth anniversary anthology, The Thomas Hardy Society and The Ledbury Poetry Festival. He is a contributing editor to Hunger Mountain.

David Catron

David Catron's essays and poetry have appeared in a variety of literary publications, including Parnassus: Poetry in Review, Oxford Magazine, and The Formalist.

A. E. Stallings

A. E. Stallings studied Classics in Athens, Georgia and now lives in Athens, Greece. She has published two collection of poetry, Archaic Smile and Hapax (Hapax received the 2008 Poets' Prize). Her new verse translation of Lucretius, The Nature of Things, is out from Penguin Classics. More information can be found at her website.

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