Contributors to Aught, No. 7 (2001)
Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, b.1961, lives and writes in Espoo, Finland. He is mainly interested in computer processing and manipulation of text and language. He has been published in Poethia, Moria and SHAMPOO.
Nicole Tomlinson is a Melbourne (Australia) based writer. She is a founding member of 1st Floor artists and writers space, which focuses on collaboration between artists and writers, and is a member of Textbase, a collective dedicated to experimental writing. In addition to producing poetry, reviews, catalogue essays and ficto-criticism she is currently writing music reviews for the Australian magazine Region4.
michael farrell lives in melbourne. he is the Australia editor of slope. his new thing is publishing email magazines. the first, elves 1, appeared christmas 2001. note 'crap sitcom' is an anagram of 'pm acrostic': the first letters of each line spell out the words 'little johnny howard', a term we have for our beloved prime minister.
John Gimblett has work due out soon in a children's anthology published in the UK, and a story in Thought Magazine published in Burlingame, CA.
Larry Sawyer edits milk magazine. Recent work has appeared in Jacket, Range, Skanky Possum, and Hunger.
David Braden lives in Oakland and teaches public elementary school. He's been published in various small presses and e-zines: Shampoo #8, SPIT, Green Zero, Verve, Red Dancefloor, Blood Over Oil, Protea Poetry Journal, Stone Country, Moria, Poethia, Shampoo. Multi-voice poetry work with Big Bean Burrito appeared on a cassette magazine called Eat Nobody Last. His written and audio work can be found at his web site.
Philip Santo is the editor of Swirl, an online journal of experimental prose and poetry. His own work has appeared at Moria and Black Ice/altX. He is currently seeking a publisher for his collage novel entitled Package.
Steve Timm has had poems in Skanky Possum, Salt Hill, and American Poetry Review. He plays bassoon in Dyna-Music, a band that does improvisational and jazz music, sometimes as accompaniment to his poems in Madison, Wisconsin. He is an ESL teacher.
Michelle Cherrix has been published by Absinthe Literary Review, Post Pop Pulp, and Illuminations. She is currently working on publishing writing about 9 11 01 , and a literary/creative arts zine dedicated to independent artists. Those interested can e-mail here.
Vernon Frazer's publications include the longpoem, Improvisations (I-XXIV), and the novel, Relics Reunions.
Jonathan Minton's poetry has recently appeared in Moria Poetry Journal, Poethia, and Seems. He lives in Cheektowaga, New York and is a graduate teaching assistant in the poetics program at SUNY-Buffalo.
Anders Soegaard, born in Odense, Denmark in 1981. Danish Writers School. Philosophy and Linguistics at Lund University (Sweden) and University of Copenhagen. Debut: Soegaard, Anders. digte 1. Copenhagen Gyldendal.
tom hibbard's work has recently appeared in shampoo, moria, can we have our ball back, jacket, cotworld, milk, factoryschool, washington review, oht, and marc sonnenfeld's give out sheets.
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