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Suhayl Saadi lives in Glasgow, Scotland. He is a widely-published, award-winning fiction writer. He's been a major prizewinner in the Bridport Competition and the Macallan/Scotland-on-Sunday Competition and in 2001, his book, The Burning Mirror, was a runner-up for the Saltire First Book Prize. He was awarded a Millennium Commission Award to set up and run a Writers' Group aimed primarily, but not exclusively, at writers from Minority Ethnic backgrounds. He has appeared on BBC Radio many times, including on discussion programmes, and has had much work broadcast, including plays, monologues and short stories. He was the featured subject of an award-winning documentary, Under My Skin. He has read in both Europe and the USA. His novel, Psychoraag is due out next January. His website is at www.suhaylsaadi.com

G. L. Griffith received his MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles. He lives in Page, Arizona, where he teaches writing. Dryness is his second novel and is set in the Navajo Reservation. His story "Peace Offering" appeared in Storyglossia Issue 1.

Birute Serota was born of Lithuanian parents in a refugee camp in Germany after the war. She grew up in Chicago and now lives in Santa Monica, California with her two children. She teaches disabled high school students and has published in: Spectrum, West/Word, New Hampshire College Journal, New Digressions, Southern New Hampshire University Journal, Lituanus, Segue, StoryOne and in an anthology. She is currently finishing a novel on 19th Century Lithuania.

Daniel Gould Levine received his B.A. from Brown University, and worked as an assistant editor and reporter for a newspaper in New Jersey, before moving to Brooklyn. He is currently editing a book on adoption, which will be released next spring. His fiction and artwork can also be seen in issues of Rhaspoidia Magazine and StoryOne. Daniel can be reached at Daniel_G_Levine@hotmail.com

Deidre Woollard is a student in Spalding University's MFA in Writing Program. She is also a member of the Boston Writers' Room and just completed a novel. Stories of hers have appeared in Phantasmagoria, New Authors Journal, Barbaric Yawp and StoryOne. She recently won second place in the Confluence Fiction Contest for 2003 and has a story upcoming in Sojourn.

Emery Pajer is a Freelance illustrator and has won short fiction contests and published flash/postcard/teeny stories in several journals. He lives in South Central (Pennsylvania) with his paramour, poet Barbara DeCesare.


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