Contributors' Info

Work by Betsy Andrews has appeared recently in Synaesthesia and Washington Review. She lives in New York City.

Bob Arnold operates Longhouse Press, based in Brattleboro, Vermont.

No Telling, by Cid Corman, will be published by TEL-LET later this year. The third volume of his five-volume Of is forthcoming from Origin/Longhouse.

Subterfuge for the Unrequitable, Carrie Etter's new chapbook, is due out this summer from Potes & Poets. Etter is a doctoral candidate in English at the University of California, Irvine.

Founding editor of Potes & Poets Press, Peter Ganick lives in Elmwood, Connecticut.

Chong Lau shows at the Francine Seder Gallery, Seattle.

Among Alex Katz's exhibits this year are shows at Thadeus Ropac, Paris; Saatchi, London; and Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires.

Jack Kimball edits The East Village Poetry Web.

A survey of work by Yayoi Kusama opens at MOMA this July.

Previously a habitue of 10th and D in the real East Village, Billy Little now lives in Nowhere, British Columbia.

"Hariseng-Bomb" by Meiwa Denki was released this spring from Sony Music, Japan.

Shuko Miyatake publishes Coffee Eyed Review, a bilingual (Japanese/English) journal of verse. She lives in Tokyo.

Simon Medisch lives in Tacoma.

Chris Najewicz majors in media studies at SUNY, Buffalo.

According to Joey Nelson, Plano, Texas is a "land of fear and destruction."

Jonas Persson is a designer living in Skelleftea, Sweden.

Brooklyn-based Gary Sullivan is editor of Detour Press and Exile. His serialized cartoon, "The New Life," appears in Rain Taxi and his first book, Dead Man, was published by Meow Press.

Tony Towle lives in Manhattan.

Previously a freelancer for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, John Tranter edits Jacket.

"Sampling Bits: Television, Culture & Channel-Surfing," Jean-Paul Tremblay's undergraduate thesis, was completed at Harvard this spring.

Elizabeth Weinberg has been designing on the Web for a little more than two years. She lives in Franklin, Massachusetts.

Editor of the forthcoming art and theory magazine Aporia, Ryan Whyte earlier this year had a solo exhibit, Di/splay, at Tableau Vivant, Toronto. A native of Edmonton, Whyte is now based in Toronto.

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