Derik Badman blogs at MadInkBeard and writes reviews for various publications.
Chris Eichler studied photography and painting at Boston’s School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University. View his work at his website.
Scott Esposito’s writing has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Small Spiral Notebook, The Chattahoochee Review, Boldtype, and the Rain Taxi Review of Books, among others. He blogs at Conversational Reading.
John Fox has taught at various colleges in the Los Angeles area and is currently studying creative writing at the University of Southern California. His literary blog is BookFox.
Aron Gent is a Chicago-based photographer. He creates large format narrative images dealing with family and the delicate relationships that exist within them. See his website.
Richard Grayson is the author of Highly Irregular Stories, With Hitler in New York, The Silicon Valley Diet, and other books. A retired teacher and lawyer, he divides his time between Brooklyn and Phoenix.
John Allan Harrison lives and reads in Maine.
Contributing editor Barrett Hathcock’s work has appeared in the Colorado Review, the MacGuffin, and the Birmingham Weekly. Read his essay “Howdy Neighbor” from issue 6 here.
Sam Jones writes about fiction and poetry on his Chicago-based literary blog, Golden Rule Jones. He works as an executive at a San Francisco Bay Area software company.
Megan Keane is a yoga instructor in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Javier Moreno will probably go back to Illinois to defend his thesis one of these days. In the meantime, he lives in Barcelona. He is part of the editorial team of Hermano Cerdo, a regular contributor to Pie de Página and Ocho y Medio, and the author of La balada del elefante azul, a blog about elephants and mathematical logic.
The author of numerous novels, Lance Olsen is also chair of Fiction Collective Two’s board of directors and an associate editor with American Book Review. His most recent book is Anxious Pleasures.
Ahmad Saidullah is a writer living in Canada. His book Happiness and Other Disorders: Short Stories will be published in 2008.
Rebecca Smeyne has since shown her work at Jen Bekman Gallery and in Tim Barber’s Tiny Vices. Her work has appeared in Anthem Magazine, the Village Voice, the New York Press, and Chief Magazine. She is also the editor-in-chief and principal photographer for MyOpenBar.com and a guest curator and advisor of the Humble Arts Organization.
Contributing editor Elizabeth Wadell’s work can be read in issues 2, 4, and others.
Scott Bryan Wilson is a frequent contributor to The Quarterly Conversation.
More from The Quarterly Conversation:
- Spring 2007 Contributors Derik Badman blogs at MadInkBeard and writes reviews for various publications. Dave Beckerman attended NYU Graduate Film School, worked in the film business as a screenwriter for ten years, and eventually returned to still photography, which he had begun as a child in the Bronx. His work has recently appeared...
- Winter 2007 Contributors Matthew Cheney has published fiction and nonfiction with a wide variety of venues, including One Story, Locus, Rain Taxi, Web Conjunctions, and elsewhere. He is a regular columnist for the online magazine Strange Horizons and runs the literary weblog The Mumpsimus. Scott Esposito’s writing has appeared in the San Francisco...
- Fall 2007 Contributors Richard Crary blogs about books, politics, and music at The Existence Machine. He lives in Baltimore. Matthew Cheney has published fiction and nonfiction with a wide variety of venues, including One Story, Locus, Rain Taxi, and Web Conjunctions. He is a regular columnist for the online magazine Strange Horizons and...
- Summer 2006 Contributors Dave Munger has been an editor, teacher, book designer, and stay-at-home dad. He holds graduate degrees in English and science education and has written four college writing textbooks. Based in Davidson, North Carolina, he currently writes the blogs Cognitive Daily and Word Munger. Matthew Tiffany recently earned a masters degree...
- Fall 2006 Contributors Scott Bryan Wilson’s work has appeared in Rain Taxi and many others. He lives in New York City. Derik Badman blogs at MadInkBeard and writes reviews for various publications. He works as a librarian in Pennsylvania. Theodore McDermott’s essays, interviews, and reviews have appeared in CONTEXT, the Review of Contemporary...
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