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Janet Buck

Janet Buck has a Ph.D. in English and teaches writing and literature at the college level. Her poetry, poetics, and fiction have appeared in A Writer's Choice, The Melic Review, The Pittsburgh Quarterly, Kimera, The Rose & Thorn, 2River View, Southern Ocean Review, Urban Spaghetti, Perihelion, Mind Fire, San Francisco Salvo, Apples & Oranges, Ceteris Paribus, In Motion, Pogonip, Peshekee Review, Thunder Sandwich, The Suisun Valley Review, The Red Booth Review, The Poetry Kit, Miserere, Niederngasse, Lynx: Poetry from Bath, The Horsethief's Journal, salon D'Art, Pif, The Dragonfly Review, Morpo, Recursive Angel, Big Bridge, Eclectica, and hundreds of journals world-wide. In 1998, 1999, and 2000, she has won numerous creative writing awards and been a featured poet for Seeker Magazine, Poetry Today Online, Vortex, Conspire, Poetry Cafe, Dead Letters, the storyteller, Poetry Heaven, Athens City Times, Poetik License, 3:00 AM e-zine, Poetry Super Highway, Carved in Sand, PoetryMagazine.com, and Beachfire Gathering -- a publication of Chiron Press. Two of Buck's poems have been nominated for this year's Pushcart Prize in Poetry and she is a recent recipient of The H.G. Wells Award for Literary Excellence.

In December 1999, Newton's Baby Press released her first print collection of poetry entitled Calamity's Quilt: http://www.newtonsbaby.com/calamity.html Janet is one of ten U.S. poets to be featured at the One Heart, One World Exhibit at the United Nations Exhibit Hall in New York City in April, 2000. Her poem `Acrylic Thighs' will be translated into five languages and paired with original artwork. The tour will travel to France, Australia, Vietnam, Brazil, and Japan.

Janet's first e-book of poetry, entitled Reefs We Live, is now available at Word Wrangler Publishing: http://www.wordwrangler.com. In April 2000, Word Wrangler will release Buck's first e-book of humor entitled Desideratum's Doggie Dish. It contains what critics have called a `biting, hilarious, and original look at the roles of men and women, the foibles of bureaucracy, and the hubris of academia.'

7. Poems Four poems
9. Prose. Another Lecture Bites the Dust
9. Poems. Three poems
11. Poems. Two poems
13. Poems. Four poems
14. Poems. Three poems
15. Poems. Three poems

Bill Burns

William C. Burns, Jr. (Millennium Artist) phased into existence in Washington DC circa early 1950's putting him on the trailing edge to the beautiful people of the late sixties. Bill is a strange confluence of degreed Electrical and Biomedical Engineer, graphic artist, actor, playwright, poet, father and husband.

9. Poems. Five poems

Robert Burns

Robert Burns. A selection of his poems and songs is available.

Joel Chace

My poems have appeared or are forthcoming in print and electronic magazines such as the following: The Seneca Review, The Connecticut Poetry Review, Lost and Found Times, Tomorrow, No Exit, Pembroke Magazine, Crazy Horse, Kudos (England), Porto-Franco (Romania), Ninth St. Labs, Recursive Angel, Highbeams, Switched-on-Gutenberg, Kudzu, Pif, The Morpo Review, Snakeskin, The Experioddicist, Big Bridge, and potepoetzineseven.

Northwoods Press, in 1984, published my collection of poems entitled The Harp Beyond the Wall . Persephone Press, in 1992, published my second book, Red Ghost, which won the first Persephone Press Book Award and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in that same year. Big Easy Press, in 1995, brought out a collection entitled Court of Ass-Sizes. In June, 1997, came a full-length collection, Twentieth Century Deaths, from Singular Speech Press. The Melancholy of Yorick and maggnummappuss (nominated for a 1998 Pushcart Prize) appeared in 1998, and a bi-lingual edition of my poems has just been published in Romania.

I am presently serving as Poetry Editor for the Antietam Review (Hagerstown, Maryland) and for the electronic magazine 5_Trope (www.webdelsol.com/5-trope).

11. Poems. Four poems

Douglas Clark

Ex-Multician, Fellow of The Royal Statistical Society, I was made redundant from Computing Services at Bath University in 1993 at the age of 50 and retired. I have self-published books of my poetry with my Benjamin Press since 1985 and currently have a list of five books and two pamphlets. The 1995 Selected Poems, the 1997 pamphlet Cat Poems and the University of Salzburg 1997 book Wounds make up my second set of books. Since 1990 I have had over 40 poems published in the little magazines. My Web Pages include Douglas Clark's Home Page and Douglas Clark's poems.

email: d.g.d.clark@dgdclynx.plus.com

  Database. British and Irish Poetry Sites
1. Article. A lifetime of poetry
2. Article. The schizophrenia of the Romantics
3. Article. Waffle -- 1
3. Poem. Hulagu's Ride
4. Article. My Best Poetry Books of 1997
5. Article. Waffle -- 2
5. Poem. Warmth
6. Article. Waffle -- 3
7. Article. Jeremy Prynne
7. Article. Waffle -- 4
8. Poems. EXISTENTIAL ANGST
8. Article. Manchester Free Trade Hall
9. Article. Catching up on Books -- 1
9. Article. Waffle -- 5
11. Article. Catching up on Books -- 2
11. Article. Waffle -- 6
12. Poems. A current selection
13. Article. Catching up on Books -- 3
14. Article. More books
15. Poems. Two poems
15. Article. Catching up on Books -- 4

Jon Corelis

Jon Corelis lives in the San Francisco Bay area. His poetry has been published in several British literary magazines, and his book Roman Erotic Elegy, a collection of verse translations from the Latin, is available from The University of Salzburg Press.

His website is www.geocities.com/jonpoetics

2. Article. A Note on Surrealism and Modern Greek Poetry
3. Poem. Only human
5. Translation. Ovid: On Fidelity (Amores 3.14)

Alison Croggon

Alison Croggon was born in 1962. She trained as a journalist on the Melbourne Herald and as well as poetry, her work includes plays, libretti, translations, editing and criticism. Her poetry has been published widely in anthologies and magazines in Australia and overseas. Her first book of poems, This is the Stone, was published in 1991 by Penguin Books and won the Anne Elder and Dame Mary Gilmore Prizes for best first collection that year. Her first novel Navigatio was highly commended in the 1995 Australian/Vogel literary awards and was published by Black Pepper Press in 1996. Her second book of poems, The Blue Gate, was released in 1997. She has written two operas, The Burrow and Gauguin, with the highly regarded Sydney composer Michael Smetanin, and has received funding for their third, The White Army. Her performed work for theatre includes The Burrow (Perth Festival, Sydney, Melbourne 1994-95 and broadcast by ABC Radio), Lenz (Melbourne Festival 1996), Rules of Thumb (Red Shed Company, Adelaide 1997 and ABC Radio 1998) and Confidentially Yours (Playbox Theatre 1998). She was poetry editor for Overland Extra (1992), Modern Writing (1992-1994) and Voices (1996). Her critical work has appeared in The Bulletin, The Age, Quadrant, Voices and on ABC radio and television.

7. Poem. Communion
7. Article. The Poetic: some speculations
8. Poems. A REQUIEM

M.T.C.Cronin

MTC Cronins first book of poetry - Zoetrope - we see us moving - was published in Australia in 1995. Her second - the world beyond the fig (Aust., 1998) - was shortlisted for the CJ Dennis Prize for Poetry, Victorian Premiers Literary Awards 1999 and her third - Everything Holy (USA, 1998) - was shortlisted for the Jessie Litchfield Award for Literature 1997, the Age Poetry Book of the Year 1999, and the Judith Wright Calanthe Prize for Poetry, Qld Premiers Literary Awards 1999. A long poem of hers - Mischief-Birds - was published in 1999 in a limited edition of 100 signed copies by Vagabond Press in their Rare Object Series. A fourth collection - Bestseller (Australia and NZ) - is forthcoming in 2000. She has been twice runner-up (1997 and 1999) in the James Joyce Foundation's Suspended Sentence Award (open to Australian writing of any genre), a runner-up in the Stand International Poetry Competition (UK, 1998) and in 1997 won the Gwen Harwood Memorial Poetry Prize.

15. Poems. Seven poems

Ruth Daigon

In her previous life as a concert singer she was soprano soloist with Noah Greenberg's New York Pro Musica, sang at Dylan Thomas's funeral and collaborated with W.H. Auden on a recording of Elizabethan Verse and Music for Columbia Records. In her present life Ruth Daigon edited Poets On: for 20 years. Her poems have been widely published: Shenandoah, Negative Capability, Poet & Critic, Kansas Quarterly, Alaska Quarterly, Atlanta Review, Poet Lore, Tikkun....Internet "E" zines include Ariga, Crania, Cross Connect, Zuzu's Petals, Switched On Gutenberg, Recursive Angel, Mudlark.... she also appeared as Poet-Of-The-Month on The University of Chile's Pares Cum Paribus (an "E" chapbook in English and Spanish) and Web Del Sol recently published her latest chapbook on the WEB. Her poetry collection "Between One Future And The Next" (Papier-Mache Press) appeared in 1995. Gale Research published her auto- biography in their Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series, 1997. Daigon's poetry awards include ("The Eve Of St. Agnes",1993 and 1994 (Negative Capability) "The Ann Stanford Poetry Prize", 1997 (University of Southern California Anthology)

11. Poems. Four poems

Catherine Daly

Catherine Daly is a poet, teacher, reviewer, and entrepreneurial engineer. She has published extensively online and in print, including e-chapbooks at Burning Press and Duration Press. She teaches online poetry workshops and special topic practica for UCLA Extension. She has written poetry reviews for American Letters & Commentary and Kirkus. Her software development and technology consulting company is called e.g.

14. Article. Four Female American Poets, Four Feminisms
14. Article. Two Moms