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The Winter 2004 Authors


*Jeffrey Alfier is a technical writer for Science Applications International Corporation from Bechhofen, Germany. Mr. Alfier has been writing since 1989. He has published work in A Time of Trial (Hidden Brook Press, 2002), The Adirondack Review, Border Senses, Columbia Review, Poetry Greece, Poets Against the War, Stolen Island Review, The Richmond Review, and Valparaiso Poetry Review. Mr. Alfier is a member the United Poets Coalition.

Rose Drew is a student and bio-anthropologist from Norwalk, CT. Ms. Drew has been writing for since the age of seven. She has published work in the Hartford Courant, The Fairfield Review, and numerous magazines and anthologies, two books, trade articles and poetry published by Yale University and in other trade archaeology journals, and on-line in political "blogs". Ms. Drew's poetry has been displayed in the Gertrude White Gallery, and she has won prizes at Norwalk Community College, honorable mention for the Brodine Contest in The Connecticut River Review. Ms. Drew is a member of the First Tuesday poetry group in Wilton, CT.

*Anita Jay Durkin is a student from Hartford, CT. Ms. Durkin has been writing since eight years old, which "adds up to fourteen years of playing with words." She has published work in Interpretations, the Saint Joseph College literary magazine. She has won The Diane T. Weldon Award for Excellence in Creative Writing and The Peter Brazeau Award for Excellence in Creative Writing.

*William Eisner is a retired engineer from Pacific Palisades, CA. Mr Eisner has been writing for seven years. He has published s novel, The Sévigné Letters, a book of short stories, Done In By Innocent Things, and short stories in various magazines: Witness, The Potomac Review, Palo Alto Review, Enigma, and many others. He writes "work hard, write every day, and learn to recognize shit when you see it, especially when it is your own."

Bonnie Enes is a poet and artist from South Windsor, CT. Ms. Enes has been writing since the 70's. She has published work in The Fairfield Review, Yankee Magazine, Hartford Woman, Puddingstones, Nude Beach, Namatse, Pegasus, Boothbay Register, The Trumpeter, the Hartford Courant, and Monhagan Island Poetry Cove. Ms. Enes has won the Maine Fellowship Poetry Award. She is a member of Rowdy Writers at the South Windsor Public Library.

*Amy Fanning a Database Administrator from New York, NY. Ms. Fanning has been writing since age 12.. She has published work in Oberon and also won honorable mention in the New Millennium Writings awards.

Isabelle Ghaneh is a clerical office worker and part time astrologer from Glastonbury, CT. Ms. Ghaneh has been writing since a teenager. She has published work in The Fairfield Review, The Ridgefield Press, and a poem on free speech read on KPFG in Berkeley, CA. She writes "we are a here to learn, but what we are learning, and for what purpose, I do not know."

*Taylor Hagood is a writer from University, MS. He has published work in Alembic, Anthology, Appalachian Heritage, L'Intrigue, Little Brown Poetry, Lonzie's Fried Chicken, Moria: A Poetry Journal, Muse of Fire, New Mirage Quarterly, Poetic Voices, Poetalk, and Wilmington Blues. Mr. Hagood is a member of the Bay Area Poets Coalition.

*Ada Jeffrey is a student at McGill University from Kitchener, Canada. Ms. Jeffrey has been writing for ten years. She has published work in her high school publication, Wings. She has won the Commonwealth Essay Competition: Highly Commended Certificate.

*Don Langford is a teacher of writing and literature in the English Department at Ohio State University-Newark from Orient, OH. Mr. Langford has been writing for 16 years. He published work in The Lowell Review, Petroglyph, Kaleidoscope, Planet Pop, Cornfield Review, Spring Street, and others. He is a member of the Academy of American Poets (Oregon State University).

*Lyn Lifshin is a poet and editor from Vienna, VA. Ms. Lifshin has published work in over a hundred books and chapbooks, most recently in Black Sparrow and Parting Gifts. She has won a NY Fellowship, Yaddo Grant, MacDowell Grant, Millay, Kerouac Award, Hart Crane Award, New York Quarterly Award, Harcourt Brace Award, Boulder Writers Conference Award, Bread Loaf Fellow, and Best Political Poem Award.

*Kumar Narayanan is an MD and PhD Student at Yale from New Haven, CT. Mr. Narayanan has been writing for six years. He has published work in Stanford Magazine and Aphelion Magazine. He has won a high school writing contest in Washington State.

*Seb Parker is an editor and writer from Middletown, CT. Mr. Parker has been writing for twenty years. He has published work in The Harrow and the Weekly Film Review Column, Getting Reel, syndicated in nine newspapers. He has won the 2003 APEX Grand Award for "Environmental e-Lert," a weekly e-newsletter. Mr. Parker is a member of Horror Writers Association.

Doug Tanoury is president and founder of Customer Interactions Consulting from Warren, MI. Mr. Tanoury has been writing for over 25 years. He has published work in numerous on-line journals. Mr. Tanoury is a member of Athens Avenue poets. He writes "I hope 2004 will be a poetically productive year. It has started that way."

*John M. Valentine is a college professor from Savanna GA. Mr. Valentine has been writing for 10 years. He has published work in Sewanee Review, Midwest Quarterly, Adirondack Review, Snake Nation Review, Kimera, Chiron Review, Southern Poetry Review, and others.

*Suzanne Westhaver is a writer from Naugatuck, CT. Ms. Westhaver has been writing since early adolescence. She has published work in Skyline Literary Magazine and A Hudson View.

*Samuel Wharton is a service worker from Austin, TX. Mr. Wharton has been writing for since high school.. He has published work in Poetalk and Barbaric Yawp.

*Author is appearing for the first time in The Fairfield Review.




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