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David Wanczyk

David Wanczyk (1.4).

David Wanczyk is the Director of Special Programs and an Adjunct Professor of English at Ohio University.  His work has been published or is forthcoming in Alimentum, American Literary Review, Defunct, Lake Effect, New York Quarterly, and Prick of the Spindle.  He lives in Athens, Ohio with his wife Megan, who is, he believes, a crazy peridot.

Fritz Ward

Fritz Ward (5.1).

Fritz Ward’s poetry appears or is forthcoming in American Letters & CommentaryGulf CoastDIAGRAMThe Journal, Hotel Amerika, and Blackbird. His manuscript, Dearest Cannibal, has been a finalist for the Academy of American Poets Walt Whitman Award, The National Poetry Series Open Competition, the Four Way Books Levis Prize in Poetry, and several other contests. He is the author of the poetry chapbook, Doppelgänged (Blue Hour Press, 2011). He lives just outside of Philadelphia and works at Swarthmore College.

Richard Marx Weinraub

Richard Marx Weinraub (2.1).

Related to the Marx Brothers through his mother, Richard Marx Weinraub was born in New York City in 1949; he was a Professor of English at the University of Puerto Rico from 1987 through 2010.  A book of his poetry entitled Wonder Bread Hill was published in 2002 by the University of Puerto Rico Press.  His poetry has appeared in many journals including The Paris Review, Asheville Poetry Review, South Carolina Review, The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Green Mountains Review, North American Review, Measure, The Evansville Review, Slate, and River Styx. A Spanish translation of Wonder Bread Hill was recently published by Terranova Press.  A chapbook of his poetry entitled Heavenly Bodies was published in 2008 by Poets Wear Prada Press, and a poem from it was nominated for a 2009 Pushcart Prize.  In 2012, Poets Wear Prada will publish his full-length book of poetry entitled Lapidary.

Robert Wexelblatt

Robert Wexelblatt (6.1).

Robert Wexelblatt is professor of humanities at Boston University’s College of General Studies. He has published the story collections, Life in the Temperate ZoneThe Decline of Our NeighborhoodThe Artist Wears Rough Clothing, and Heiberg’s Twitch; a book of essays, Professors at Play; two short novels, Losses and The Derangement of Jules Torquemal, and essays, stories, and poems in a variety of scholarly and literary journals. His novel Zublinka Among Women won the Indie Book Awards first-place prize for fiction.

Quinn White

Quinn White (1.3, 1.2).

Quinn White teaches English at the University of Montevallo, where she also received her MA in English literature. Her poetry has been published in The Straddler, Aura, and The Tower. This fall she will begin working on her MFA in poetry at Virginia Tech.

Derick Whitson

Derick Whitson (8.1).

Derick Whitson (b. 1991, Mansfield, Ohio) lives & works in Brooklyn, New York. Earned his MFA at Columbia University & BFA from Columbus College of Art & Design. Working within the realms of Photography, Video & Performance.

Sherraine Pate Williams

Sherraine Pate Williams (5.1).

Sherraine Pate Williams’ poems have most recently appeared or are forthcoming in Measure, Zymbol, Antiphon, Deep South Magazine, and The Avatar Review. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, she now makes her home in Kentucky with her husband and two children.  She is an MFA candidate in poetry at Murray State University’s creative writing program and currently teaches basic literacy skills to adults full time for a local adult learning center.

Dale Williams

Dale Williams (3.3).

Dale Williams has exhibited his paintings, drawings, and books in various venues in the New York City area. His most recent one-person show, “Wrong Moves – Figurations and Word Pictures,” was at the Arthur Berger Gallery of Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY. His work has also appeared in print and online, most notably BOMB magazine’s 30th anniversary issue, Ecotone, and Foliate Oak. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Gregg Williard

Gregg Williard (7.1).

Gregg Williard’s work has appeared in Clockwise Cat, The Collagist, Sein und Werden, Diagram, and Wisconsin Academy Review, among other places.

Terri Witek

Terri Witek (3.1, 1.3, 1.1).

Terri Witek is the author of Exit Island, The Shipwreck Dress, Carnal World, Fools and Crows, Courting Couples (Winner of the 2000 Center for Book Arts Contest) and Robert Lowell and LIFE STUDIES: Revising the Self . Her collaborations with Brazilian visual artist Cyriaco Lopes have been featured in galleries or site-specific projects in New York City, Los Angeles and elsewhere. A professor of English at Stetson University, her summer faculty positions have included the West Chester Poetry Conference, the Prague Summer Literary Program and the DisQuiet program in Lisbon, where she runs “The Fernando Pessoa Game.”

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