J.J. Webb (Beau Blue) was born and brought up in Western
Pennsylvania. His 4th collection of poetry is in the Electric
Shadows, a da Vinci Media publication. His poetry has appeared
in Bronte Street, The Porter Gulch Review, The Independence
Review, The Hawk and other literary publications. He lives
in the Santa Cruz mountains.
Matt Dennison lives in Austin, Texas. His poetry has appeared
in Poetry Motel, Best of Chiron Review, Olympia Review,
Coffeehouse Poets Quarterly, GW Review, and scores
of other publications.
John Grey is an Australian-born poet, playwright, musician,
columnist and theatre critic. His one-act plays, Cockroach
and Pot Roast, were recently produced in New York and
Los Angeles theatres; his writing appears in dozens of
magazines each year.
Ray Heinrich's poems have appeared in Morpo Review,
So It Goes..., Sand River Journal, billetdoux, BEESKNEES,
Sub-UrbanTerrain, BiSexual Journal, No Trace, Biopsy,
and his own Word Biscuit E-letter. An electronic edition
of his chapbook: lots more damn poems (Word Biscuit Press)
is available free via email. Send requests to: firstname.lastname@example.org
LeeAnn Heringer is a software engineer with Motorola in
Sunnyvale, CA. Her first chapbook, Picture Postcards,
was recently published by A Small Garlic Press of Kennewick, WA.
Huff recently retired from the University of Texas Library, and
lives in Austin. His latest of more than 30 books, On the Doorstep
of the Heart, will be published by Zero City Press in 1996.
appears in literary magazines everywhere.
Lyn Lifshin is author of more than 90 books, editor of 4
anthologies of women's poetry, and extensively published
worldwide. Lyn is subject of a documentary film, Lyn Lifshin:
Not Made of Glass.
Michael McNeilley is Editor of The Olympia Review,
Co-Editor of Zero City, and Fiction Editor of The Hawk.
His writing has appeared in hundreds of magazines worldwide.
C. EARL NELSON
Nelson is southern by clerical error. Nelson is Editor of
Godhead Is Dead, a website, magazine and small
press. Nelson continues to plug along, under the
misconception he might live through it.
B.Z. Niditch's 10th collection of poetry is Insomnia, from
Paisley Moon Press. His poetry appears in Columbia:
A Magazine of Poetry and Prose, The Literary Review,
Denver Quarterly, The Olympia Review, International Poetry
Review, and elsewhere. He is the Artistic Director of
the Original Theatre in Brookline, MA.
Robert Sward's books include Four Incarnations, New & Selected Poems
(Coffee House Press) and a novel, A Much-Married Man (Ekstasis Editions,
1996). He teaches for Cabrillo College and the University of California
Extension in Santa Cruz.
Ron Wallace is Director of Creative Writing at the University of
Wisconsin in Madison, and series editor for the Brittingham Prize
in Poetry. His books include Tunes for Bears to Dance To, People
and Dog in the Sun, and Time's Fancy, which was recently
published by the University of Pittsburgh Press. The poems in this
issue of Zero City are from an upcoming book of sonnets, as
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