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Fritzís essays and journalism culminated in two non-fiction books about US political movements in the 1960s and '70s. Since she has been in Britain, three collections of her poetry have been published by Loxwood Stoneleigh: From Cookie to Witch Is an Old Story (1987), Somewhere en Route (1992), and The Way to Go(1999). Her most recent book is Going, Going..., published by Bluechrome in 2007.
Fulco's poetry and reviews have been published in Failbetter, Poetz, Third Rail, Serpentine, Propaganda and the New York Review of Records. His plays have been produced throughout New York. Fulco received the Edward J Rehberg Memorial Prize for poetry and the MacArthur Scholarship for playwriting.
Fulton has been writing and performing poetry for many years and has been published in magazines and anthologies including The Rialto, The North, Chapman, Poetry Wales, and Dream State: the New Scottish Poets. His collections include Humouring the Iron Bar Man (Polygon, 1990) and Ritual Soup and Other Liquids (Mariscat, 2002).
Gale is professor at Johns Hopkins University. He received a PhD in the history and philosophy of science from the University of Chicago and was a National Science Foundation Fellow to Cambridge University, where he also taught. He is just beginning to write poems and fiction, but has published numerous articles, book reviews and Evolution without evidence: Charles Darwin and 'The origin of species' (University of New Mexico Press/Harvester Press).
Gallagher is the featured poet in the winter 08/09 issue of The Stinging Fly. She was selected for the Best New Poets 2007 Anthology from Virginia University, been nominated twice for the Best on the Net anthology and is one of six winners for the Ireland Oxfam Poetry Calendar 2009. Her first poetry collection will be published by Salt Publishing in 2009.
Gallik's novel, A Story of Dumb Fate, is about a 'retard' whose anger began as a child and kept growing. The author knows these things, suffered through a cerebral aneyrysm 10 yrs ago.
Gander is the author of numerous books of poetry, including Core Samples from the World, Eye Against Eye, and Science & Steepleflower, all from New Directions. He is a United States Artists Rockefeller Fellow and has received fellowships from The National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim, Whiting, and Howard Foundations. In 2011, he was awarded the Library of Congress Witter Bynner Fellowship.
Garcia is the author of Rancho Notorious (BOA Editions 2001). Recent work appears in The Notre Dame Review, Sentence, Crazyhorse, Ploughshares and Best American Poetry 2005. He received a Pushcart prize.
Paul is a translator in rural Maine, in the northeasternmost United States.
Hall Gardner's books include Averting Global War: Regional Challenges, Overextension and Options for American Strategy (Palgrave 2007) and American Global Strategy and the 'War on Terrorism' (Ashgate 2005; 2007). His poetry has been widely published, and his rcent collection, The Wake-Up Blast, was published by Narcissus Press in 2008. He is a professor at the American University of Paris.