her most recent book is The Book of Gretel. Swimming the Eel is due out later this year. Her work appears in West Branch, Arts & Letters,
has been active in Portland, Maine’s poetry scene since the 80s. For five years, he hosted the now – defunct Geno’s Live Poets Society.
is a writer living in Portland, Maine. He is a poetry editor of The Café Review and earns his bread swinging a hammer.
is an artist and videographer. His media are very portable: pencil, brush, and ink, and small format cameras. Most often he goes out by bicycle
is a 22 – year – old post graduate living in Farmington New Hampshire, but frequents the Portsmouth and Dover art venues. His work
is a 25 year old printmaker and graduate of The Massachusetts College of Art. His work uses cities and architecture as a metaphor for
is an American poet and Translator and is the editor of New Formalist. He is a prolific translator, having rendered into English poems by
is Bertha and Max Dressler Professor in the Humanities at Northwestern University, where he serves as dean of the Graduate School and director of
has taught at the University of Maine since 1983. He is a graduate of Yale University (BA) and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (Ph.D.).
was born in Radstock, England. She has worked on translations of a variety of texts from history and the history of art to medical papers, from