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Ben Kalman is the founder and editor of Mercutio Press. He has published three chapbooks, In the City (Mercutio Press, 2002), Scattered Thoughts (Pooka Press, 2003), and Writing In Violence (Mercutio Press, 2003). His work has appeared in various venues, including the true fiction: art anthology (jesusbunnypress, 2002), SAM (jesusbunnypress, 2003), The Antigonish Review, Muse Apprentice Guild, and Carve.

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Brad Buchanan has published poems in more than 100 journals worldwide, among them The Antigonish Review, Canadian Literature, Event and Grain. His first book of poems, entitled The Miracle Shirker, appeared in 2005. Born in Windsor, Ontario, he divides his time between California and Ottawa.

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Steven J. Stewart was named a 2005 Literature Fellow for Translation by the National Endowment for the Arts. His poems and translations appear in Harper’s, Diagram, and Apalachee Review. He lives in Reno, Nevada with his wife and two children.

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Melanie Faith graduated from Wilson College in 1999, with honors in English. She is currently a tutor at a boarding school in rural Pennsylvania. Her writing has appeared in more than thirty international literary journals. Her first chapbook, Restless: Relative Poems, was published by Foothills Publishing in December 2003. In July 2004, one of her poems was presented at a centenary celebration honoring Chilean poet Pablo Neruda in Vancouver, and a shape poem appeared in Aesthetica: A Review of Contemporary Artists. Her work is forthcoming within Whistling Shade, The TMP Irregular, and the Women of the Web anthology (Little Poem Press).

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Scott Taylor is 30 years old, and lives near Richmond, Virginia. He is a writer and a musician. Among his literary influences are Charles Bukowski, William Burroughs and William Vollman.

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Michael Bryson is the author of two short story collections, Thirteen Shades of Black and White (Turnstone Press, 1999) and Only a Lower Paradise (Bohème Press, 2000), and the editor of The Danforth Review. For more information on Michael Bryson, go to his website.

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Stephanie Bolster's latest book is Pavilion. She teaches writing at Concordia university in Montreal and is at work on a new poetry manuscript about zoos and gardens. Click HERE for information on Stephanie Bolster. Click HERE for a list of Stephanie Bolster's publications, and criticism/reviews of her work.

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