Bruce Spang: lives in Falmouth, Maine, teaches creative writing at Scarborough High School, and enjoys gardening and yoga. His latest book, To
Peter Manuel: graduated from the Stonecoast M.F.A. program in January 2005; the following April his Sheltering Pines Press chapbook, (!!)
Henry Kearney, IV: is from Robersonville, North Carolina. He has an M.F.A. from Warren Wilson College.
Philip A. Waterhouse: lives in Sonoma, California. This is his first appearance in The Café Review.
Lucien Stryk: has been a presence in American letters for sixty-five years. His international reputation is based, not only on his own work,
Dan Stryk: originally from the “cornlands” west of Chicago, he now lives among the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwest Virginia, in Bristol. He
Natasha Sajé: is the author of two books of poems, Red Under the Skin (Pittsburgh, 1994) and Bend (Tupelo, 2004), and many essays. She teaches
Ed Sanders: achieved fame in the counterculture world of the 60’s as poet, magazine founder, and leading force of The Fugs, a satirical folk
normal: lives in Saugerties, New York.
Jack Myers: the 2003-04 Texas Poet Laureate, and Professor of English and creative writing at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, is the