Caron Andregg lives in Los Angeles. Her most recent chapbook,
Dangerous Curves, is available from C.A.C. Communications
Press in LA.
WILLIAM E. COOPER
Currently Dean of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Tulane
University, Dr. Cooper will assume the role of Executive Vice President
for the Main Campus of Georgetown University in 1996. His poetry
has appeared in Texas Review, Oyez Review, Aldebaran, Old
Hickory Review, Pegasus, and elsewhere.
Inspired by a John Cheever short story, Mike swims the pools
Michael Estabrook lives in Massachusetts. His recent book Tourette's
Syndrome was published by Rose Bank Press in Acton, MA. His poetry
appears in small press publications just about everywhere.
Virgil "Duckfoot" Hervey is a defense attorney in private practice in
New York City. He edits God's Bar UnPlugged, plays a mean E-flat
horn, and reports recent publications in Lilliput Review, Olympia Review
and Sheila-Na-Gig. His chapbooks include Bad Roads, 4J9 and
A poet/lab technician/pudknocker from the flatlands, William Merricle
has published 3 books, Love and Food By-Products, Why Should
I Suffer Alone, and Slubberdegulleon Blues. Merricle notes
recent publications in Libido, Pudding, and Portland Review; he
is also also responsible for keeping Ohio from slipping into the sea.
Kurt Nimmo lives in Canton, Michigan. He co-edited the successful
literary magazine The Smudge, and was editor of Planet Detroit.
Nimmo has been nominated for 3 Pushcart Prizes for fiction, and 3 of
his books were selected as "Modern Classics" in 1992 and 1993 by
The Wormwood Review. His poetry manuscript Shock Treatment
won the 1993 Slipstream poetry competition, and was selected as
a Pick of the Month by The Small Press Review.
Renay lives on the road with her husband, two sons, and a really big dog
named Cuchulainn. Currently, she is calling Willamette Valley, Oregon, her
home. Her first chapbook, They Drivem Pickup Trucks They Shootem Shotguns
was published in March, 1996. Her poetry has appeared in CrossConnect,
Agnieszka's Dowry and Fresh Oil, Loose Gravel.
Mere studies drama at Brown University. Her first chapbook, naked
in my mirror, was published by Garlic Press of Kennewick, WA. Her
work recently appeared in Zero City Anthology #0, and is upcoming in
the Olympia Review.
James Smolens, of Philadelphia, notes that this is his first organized showing,
and that he chose Zero City because he likes the editor, and wishes to publicly
acknowledge the importance of that.
CHERYL A. TOWNSEND
Cat Townsend lives in Ohio, and is editor of Impetus. Her poetry
has appeared in hundreds of publications worldwide; her chapbooks.
include Meanderings and Macho Sex.
Kenneth Wolman has a day job writing and editing for Morgan Stanley in New
York. His poetry has appeared in Footwork, The Asheville Poetry Review,
Cokefish, The Journal of New Jersey Poets, Defined Providence, and a few
other places. He is a 1995-96 recipient of a New Jersey State Council on
the Arts poetry fellowship. He lives with his family in northern New Jersey
and, somewhat like Yehuda Amichai, does most of his writing on the bus. It
has done wonders to improve his handwriting.
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