JUNE 2010 (Vol. 3, No. 3)


Stuart Barnes has been mostly published in Australian magazines and journals. He is currently editing his first collection of poetry and writing his first novel. His unpublished memoir, A Cold Decade, was shortlisted for the 2009 Olvar Wood Fellowship Award.

Holly Day is a travel writing instructor living in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband and two children. Her most recent nonficiton books are Music Theory for Dummies, Music Composition for Dummies, and Walking Twin Cities.
Joseph Dorazio studied anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania, and served as a docent at Penn's Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. His poems have appeared in print and online in journals such as The Mad Poets Review, Schuylkill Valley Journal, Philadelphia Poets, Avocet, Chest, Nerve Cowboy, and Autumn Leaves.
As a resident of Vancouver, BC, Nathan Morris matured beyond the larval stage of dependant clause and grew into a sentence. Winning the Frank Shepherd Award for high school journalism he formed an affinity with the work of Philip K. Dick, promptly enrolled in the English Department at Simon Fraser University, and now enjoys playing guitar, reading graphic novels, and thwarting the threats of fish on dry land.
Kristine Ong Muslim's publication credits number over six hundred poems and stories published in journals such as Bellevue Literary Review, Caveat Lector, Chronogram, Cordite, Etchings, Farrago's Wainscot, Grasslimb, Pearl, The Pedestal Magazine, Scrivner Creative Review, and Turnrow.
K. V. Skene's work has appeared in Canadian, UK, US, Irish, Australian, and Austrian magazines. Most recently: Acumen, poetry monthly international, The Antigonish Review, Orbis, Descant, South, and Other Voices. His latest book Love in the (Irrational) Imperfect, is published by Hidden Book Press (Canada). A long-term expat Canadian, he currently lives in Oxford.
Lee Stern lives in Los Angeles where he is hanging on in this economy to his job as the manager of a Lincoln Towncar company. Check in soon though, for an update.