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Lowell Mick White has had fiction been published in over two dozen journals, most recently in Callaloo , Iron Horse Literary Review, and Short Story. In 1998, he was awarded the Dobie-Paisano Fellowship by the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas Institute of Letters. He is currently a PhD
student at Texas A&M University, where he specializes in creative writing, teaches prose fiction and freshman composition, and co-edits the journal Big
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Mark Spencer's books include the novels LOVE AND RERUNS IN ADAMS COUNTY (Random House) and THE WEARY MOTEL (Backwaters Press) and the fiction collections WEDLOCK (Watermark Press) and SPYING ON LOVERS (Amelia Press).  His work has received the Faulkner Society Faulkner Award for the Short Novel, the Omaha Prize for The Novel, The CAIRN/St. Andrews Press Short Fiction Award, The Bradshaw Book Award, and four Special Mentions in PUSHCART PRIZE.

Jo Lynn Pack is a graduate assistant at The University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She is entering her second year as a Master's student, and is pursuing her degree in the English department, with a concentration in Creative Writing. Her poetry has been published in The Southwestern Review, Bloody Swamp Poets, and Temenos (forthcoming), and her first chapbook, Leaving Anhedonia, was published in 2004 by Sunday Evening Press. Her favorite color is purple, and she is a huge fan of Japanese shock cinema.

Carol Roh-Spaulding is associate professor of English at Drake University where she teaches fiction writing and American multicultural literature.   Her award-winning fiction has appeared in several journals and anthologies including Glimmer Train, Ploughshares, and Amerasia Journal.   She is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize and her chapbook, Brides of Valencia won the A.E. Coppard Prize for Long Fiction.   She is the author of a novel-in-stories titled An American Experiment.   Her current projects include a non-fiction book for children about Iowa's immigrant families, titled New World Iowa and a new novel, Her Paris Year. 

Christopher C. Vola is a student at the University of Richmond pursuing a degree in French and Journalism and trying to avoid the real world. His work has appeared in the online journal VerbSap and in University of Richmond's literary magazine, The Messenger. He currently lives in Windsor, Connecticut.

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