Three's Notes


Jack Boettcher is the author of The Surveyic Hero, a chapbook forthcoming this year from horse less press. New poetry has recently appeared or is forthcoming in The Hat, The Denver Quarterly, Absent, Siren and NOO. He lives in Mississippi.

Daniel Borzutzky is the author of two books:  The Ecstasy of Capitulation (BlazeVox Books, 2007) and Arbitrary Tales (Triple Press, 2005).  His translation of Port Trakl by Chilean Mapuche poet Jaime Luis Huenún  is forthcoming from Action Books, and his translations of early 20th century Chilean fiction writer Juan Emar have appeared in various publications, including Fence, Conjunctions, and Words Without Borders.  Daniel’s own writng has appeared in many print and online journals. 

Bruce Covey is Lecturer of Creative Writing at Emory University and the author of The Greek Gods as Telephone Wires, Elapsing Speedway Organism (No Tell Books), and Ten Pins, Ten Frames.  His recent poems also appear or are forthcoming in Aufgabe, Verse, LIT, Columbia Poetry Review, Lungfull, Jacket, and other journals.  He edits the web-based poetry magazine Coconut and curates the What’s New in Poetry reading series in Atlanta.

Stacy Elaine Dacheux lives and works in Los Angeles. Her writings have appeared in BUST Magazine, Milk Magazine, and Aught. She is generally a maniac, and always open to conversation. Visit her online at

John Deming grew up in New Hampshire & currently lives in New York City. He has a poetry MFA from The New School & a journalism BA from the University of New Hampshire…! He is also editor of the poetry review journal Recent poetry publications include Softblow, Dusie, & Snow Monkey.

Michael Estabrook has published fifteen chapbooks; his most recent is about his father.

Noah Falck teaches Language and Thought at Northridge Local Schools.  His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in journals such as Word For/Word, Pilot, Absent, Combatives, LIT, horse less review , Gulf Coast, and others.  He lives a vegetarian lifestyle in Dayton, Ohio.

Jesse Glass lives near Tokyo with his wife and family.

Nicholas Grider lives and works in Los Angeles. His first book of poems, Culture: A User's Guide, will be published by Insert Press sometime in 2008. He has also just started his own press, Public Access (, which is currently accepting submissions.

Amanda Laughtland lives slightly north of Seattle, just around the corner from her brother’s red house with white trim and her parents’ white house with red trim. Her chapbook, I Meant to Say, is available from overhere Press. She teaches English part-time at Edmonds Community College and works part-time for Sno-Isle Libraries. To learn about the mini zines and books which she makes and distributes for free, please visit

Sean MacInnes is the author of two books of poetry, a former writer-in-residence at The Kerouac House in Orlando, FL, a burgeoning environmental journalist, and an office manager in Pittsburgh, PA, where, among other things, he helps facilitate sustainable business practices.

Clay Matthews has recent work in H_NGM_N, The Laurel Review, LIT, Court Green, Forklift, Ohio, and elsewhere. He has two chapbooks: Muffler (H_NGM_N B_ _KS) and Western Reruns (End & Shelf Books), which is available for free online. His first book, Superfecta, is forthcoming from Ghost Road Press in 2008.

Jess Mynes is author of birds for example (CARVE Editions), In(ex)teriors (Anchorite Press) and Full On Jabber (Martian Press) a collaboration with Christopher Rizzo. His If and When (Katalanche Press) and Recently Clouds, a collaboration with Aaron Tieger are forthcoming this year. He is the editor for Fewer & Further Press and Asterisk. He also co-curates a local reading series, All Small Caps, in Western, MA. His cat likes to go for walks.

Amber Nelson lives and writes, for the moment, in Seattle.  She rides a shiny blue schwinn.  Her poems appear in Dusie, Juked, i-outlaw, and are forthcoming from h_ngm_n and cab/net.

Marcus Slease is a native of Portadown, N. Ireland. He is currently teaching EFL in Bielsko Bia³a, Poland. Recent poetry has appeared in Hayden's Ferry Review, Conduit, Columbia Poetry Review, Diagram, Gut Cult, Typo, Shampoo, Spork, Octopus, Word for/Word, Fascicle, and Talisman. 

Joshua A. Ware lives in Denver where he teaches writing at University of Colorado at Denver.  This fall, he will pursue his PhD at University of Nebraska.  His work has appeared in the Cimarron Review, Harpur Palate, Mobius, & is forthcoming in the Sonora Review & Word For/Word

Changming Yuan grew up in rural China and authored several books before moving to Canada. With a PhD in English, Yuan currently works in Vancouver and has had over 150 poems published or forthcoming in Descant, The London Magazine, Private, Sentence, Stylus and others.

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