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James Capp

Rebecca Clever

“SoCal Seascape”

Rebecca Clever is a musician and writer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is currently a graduate student in Chatham University’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, with a dual concentration in creative nonfiction and poetry.

Mark Donahue

“Waiting for the Tide at Manteo Beach, NC”

Mark Donahue is an English Major, graduating this May. He loves exercise: running, cheerleading, and tumbling. He plans on taking a year off before going to graduate school.

Christopher Glazer


Christopher Glazer currently attends a frigid little state college in Minnesota where he pursues degrees in creative writing and geology. He finds garden gnomes amusing, reads a lot of Bizarro, and spends his time pumping the keys of an ancient typewriter.

Catherine Glover

“backwards God”
“Battle Sonnet #1 – My Rhymes Are Swords”

Catherine Glover is an High School English teacher at Murray High in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Courtney McAllister

“Dysfunctional Verse”

Tyler Nicholson

“Untitled #1”

Julia Owens


Julia Owens plans to graduate from the University of Mary Washington this spring and pursue a career in the non-profit sector.

Suzanne Roberts

“The Falling Sky”
“El Pozo”
Animal Market”

Suzanne Roberts is the author of two books of poems, Shameless (Cherry Grove, 2007) and Nothing to You (Pecan Grove Press, 2008). Her work has been published in many literary journals, including The MacGuffin, Divide, Eclipse, ZYZZYVA, South
American Explorers
, The Sierra Nevada Review, and Smartish Pace. She lives, writes, and teaches in South Lake Tahoe, Califonia. For more information, please visit her website at http://www.suzanneroberts.org.

Suzanne Volinski

“Digging Graves in Winter”

Suzanne Volinski is a 2007 graduate of the University of Mary Washington. She currently works in the marketing department of an environmental engineering firm based out of White Plains, NY. She enjoys writing poetry in her spare time (when there is any) and plans to pursue a Master’s degree in Public Relations in the fall of 2008.