Arlene lives in Manila, Philippines, where she is a freelance writer
and translator. Her published work runs the gamut from morbid short stories
to articles on soccer and artist biographies.
Wendy is a writer who lives with her husband, David, in East Texas.
She has been a songwriter, band manager, bar-owner, historian and editor;
poetry is her first love.
A family doctor who has written poetry since childhood, Craig favors
"*logopoetry,* or intelligible poetry -- a poetry that favors meaning
over technique, comprehension over an 'experience' of language.
Raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Jeannette Harris created and publishes
the electronic magazine "An Appalachian Country Rag" from Jonesborough, TN.
In addition to poetry, she writes short stories and topical articles,
and works as a programmer.
A computer programmer living in Denver, Scott was born in central Montana,
and like all expatriate Montanans, hopes one day to live there again.
Born, raised and educated in Georgia, Neca began writing poetry
five years ago when her family moved from a metropolitan area to the
country, where she is now the owner-manager of a cattle farm.