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The Winter 2003 Authors
Sandy Ackers paralegal and freelance copywriter from San Francisco, CA. Ms. Ackers has been writing since a child. She has published work in Literary Potpourri and The Phone Book.com. She won the University of Virginia Literary Society Annual Fiction Award. Ms. Ackers is a member of an unnamed writing group which meets biweekly.
Andrea L. Alterman is a former research biologist and currently a computer support person from Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Ms. Alterman has been writing since she was 11 years old. She has published work in Art and Scope (SUNY Oneonta), and The Red River Review. Ms. Alterman is a member of The Hudson Valley Writer's Center.
Jessica Bram is a professional writer from Westport, CT. Ms. Bram has been writing her entire life, beginning with secret journals at age eight. She has published work in the New York Times Magazine HERS Column, CHILD Magazine, Country Accents, and others.
R.S. Carlson Professor of English from Glendora, CA. Mr. Carlson has been writing since the 4th grade. He has published work in Texas Review, War, Literature & the Arts, Viet Nam Generation, Hawaii Review, Viet Nam War Generation Journal, Green Hills Literary Lantern, The Chaffin Journal, and other literary magazines. Mr. Carlson is a member of Poets & Writers.
Daniel Doherty is a 7th Grade English Teacher from West Harrison , NY. Mr. Doherty has been writing for 14 years. He has published work in Creative Juices. Mr. Doherty is a member of a writing group with two friends from Lehman College.
Meg Early is a writer from Louisville, KY. Ms. Early has been writing since a child, "but have only been taking myself seriously for about a year." This is her debut publication.
Bonnie Enes is a Graphic Designer from Norwich, CT. Ms. Enes has been writing for 30 years. She has published work in Yankee Magazine, Nude Beach, Hartford Woman, University of Maine's - Kennebec, College Poetry Review, Pegasus, Shapes, Lively Press, Interpretations, Canvass, Puddingstones, New Dimensions, Namaste, and the Chronic. She has won The Maine Poetry Fellowship Award, and The Windham Area Poetry Festival for 4 years. Ms. Enes is a member of the Connecticut Poetry Society.
Thomas Kellar Tree Trimmer from Grass Valley, CA. Mr. Kellar has been writing poetry and prose for the past five years. He has published work in the anthologies Sierra Songs and Descants and Obsessed With Pipework, and on-line in Impetus, Artvilla, 42opus, Remark, Pulsar Poetry, and Opossum. Mr. Kellar is a member of The Lew Welch Society Of Recumbent Poets.
Peter Layton is a writer from Lakewood, CA, about whom we wish we knew more.
P. Michael Mastrofrancesco is an Adjunct Professor from Washington, DC. Mr. Mastrofrancesco has been writing for 12 years. He has published work in Rosebud, Rubber City, pacificREVIEW, Bay Windows, and Spoonfed. Mr. Mastrofrancesco is a member of 9 Poets in Bethesda, MD.
Letitia L. Moffitt is a creative writing teacher and doctoral degree candidate from Endicott, NY. Ms. Moffitt has published work in Black Warrior Review, Yawp Magazine, and Aux Arc Review. She won honorable mention in the Yawp Magazine 2001 fiction contest.
Bruce W. Niedt is a claims representative from Cherry Hill, NJ. Mr. Niedt has been writing since grade school and through college, "with a long hiatus until almost 3 years ago." He has published work in Stirring: A Literary Collection, Samsara, Lovewords, Word Salad, Anthology, Poetry Magazine.com, Maelstrom, Blind Man's Rainbow, Alembic, Writer Online, Waterways, Wings, and Mind Caviar. He won Third Prize, Seedhouse Magazine Summer Writing Contest 2000; Honorable Mention, College of New Jersey Spring 2001 Writers Conference; and Second Prize, ByLine Magazine Open Theme Poetry Contest, February 2002. Mr. Niedt is a member of Academy of American Poets, Poets Roundtable (Marlton NJ), and Poetry Fury (Haddonfield NJ).
James Owens is a graduate student from Northport, AL. Mr. Owens has been writing for 20 years. He has published work in Adirondack Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Wind, Permafrost, 3rd Muse, and others.
Robert Peake is Manager of an Information Systems Department and doctoral candidate, from Los Angeles, CA. Mr. Peake has been writing poetry since the age of 5. He went on to earn a degree in English, with an emphasis on poetry from Berkeley in 1999, and later studied craft and criticism with Suzanne Lummis and Robert Hass. He has published work in the California Quarterly and other journals. He was recently featured in a UCLA masterclass reading at Beyond Baroque in Venice, California. Mr. Peake is a member of Zeguma Writer's Group.
Aimee Stoddard is a Freelance Editor from Layton, UT. Ms. Stoddard has been writing for about 10 years. She has published work in City Weekly, Fullosia Press, American Feed Magazine, CC&D Magazine, Nuvein Magazine, and Ascent Magazine, Metaphor. She won 3rd place in the City Weekly writing contest 2002, Honorable mention in City Weekly writing contest 2001, 1st place for fiction Metaphor writing contest 1999, and 2nd place for nonfiction Metaphor writing contest 1999.
Tim Wenzell is a writing teacher at Seton Hall University, and lives in Garwood, NJ. Mr. Wenzell has been writing since he was ten, about 35 years ago. He has published a novel, Absent Children, as well as short stories, 14 poems, and 4 essays in various literary magazines.
James R. Whitley is a poet and writer from Boston, MA. Mr. Whitley has been writing for about 10 years. He has published work in Heart, Facets (on-line), Oyez Review, Peregrine, and Coal City Review. He won the 2001 Naomi Long Madgett Poetry Award.
Lori Williams is a legal secretary from Brooklyn, NY. Ms. Williams has been writing since her teen years, though "began taking the craft of poetry seriously in the last two years." She has published work in Melic Review, Neiderngasse, Dakota House Journal, and others.. She won Honorable Mention in IBPC. Ms. Williams is a member of several on-line workshops.
Martin Woodside is a teacher from Davis , CA. Mr. Woodside has been writing for 15 years or so. He has published work in Blood and Fire Review, Trinity College Broadsheet, Gluestick, and Limestone. He won honorable mention in CCNY's NYC-wide high school poetry contest a few years back. Mr. Woodside is getting his masters at UC Davis in creative writing..
Lisa M. Zaran is a schematic specialist for a retail brokerage house from Mesa, AZ. Ms. Zaran has been writing since childhood. She has published work in The Fairfield Review, Copious Magazine, 2 River 'View, 3rd Muse Poetry Journal, The Horsethief's Journal, among others. She won the Editor's Choice Award, Poet of the Month at Indie Journal.
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