Annika Barranti (a Noneuclidean Cafe Contributing Editor) was born and raised in New York. She now lives in Los Angeles with her husband, their son, and several thousand books. She writes for blogging.la and maintains a personal website at noirbettie.com.
Gary Beck’s poetry has appeared in dozens of literary magazines. His recent fiction has been published in numerous literary magazines. His chapbook 'The Conquest of Somalia' will be published by Cervenabarva Press. His plays and translations of Moliere, Aristophanes, and Sophocles have been produced Off-Broadway.
Bella Dante (a Noneuclidean Cafe Contributing Editor) is an artistic being who brings beauty into everything she sees. She has been published with Sage of Consciousness, Moondance, Juked, Flag Pole and more forthcoming. You can email her at email@example.com.
Joachim Frank is a German-born scientist and writer, since 1975 in Albany, New York. He took writing classes with William Kennedy, Steven Millhauser, Eugene Garber, and Jayne Ann Philipps. He has published several short stories and prose poems in Lost and Found Times, The Agent, Inkblot, Heidelberg Review, Groundswell, Peer Glass, and Open Mic, all in print. Frank wrote three novels, still unpublished. Some of his poems have appeared in the online journal Offcourse. Recently, several pieces of fiction and poetry were accepted for publication online, by elimae, 3711 Atlantic, Cezanne’s Carrot, Brilliant, Raving Dove, and Esoterica. He has also shown photography in regional exhibits. A portfolio of his photographs can be found at Pedro Meyer’s international photogallery zonezero.com.Creatively, Dave Freeman is a bit of a mixed bag, being fond of both illustration and writing, which he still uses in his career as a graphic artist. Lately, writing has taken the upper hand which he does mainly for his own amusement. He has posted various snatches of prose and poetry on various writers’ sites over the years and has been published in Facets of Friendship—an anthology of work published by the Creative Writers Group (through iUniverse) and online at Australian Writers. Other than that his copy has been read in magazine and press advertisements as well as other promotional publications. In Rat atouille for the Rindless, it is the second time he has illustrated for someone else’s writing. Other projects are in preparation.
Ralph Greco, Jr., is an internationally published author of essays, poems, short fiction, button slogans, children's songs and phone sex scripts. Mr. Greco is also an Ascap licensed songwriter and lives in the wilds of NJ suburbia.
Ian Haight has been awarded translation grants from the Daesan Foundation and Korea Literary Translation Institute. His poems were awarded the John Woods Scholarship, and were selected as finalists for the Pavel Strut and SLS fellowships. Recent writing appears in Runes, Barrow Street, and Quarterly West.
John Irvine is an Old Aged Pensioner in New Zealand with delusions of immortal failure and a cynical view of life. He has a mole under his left arm, and a wife who hates pizza and tripe. He hopes to die painlessly one day without warning, and with a minimum of leakage. He had a volume of poetry published in 2005 by Zenith Publishing Group: www.zenithpublishing.co.nz of New Zealand called Man of Stone. It has been positively reviewed in NZ's Takahe magazine by Raewyn Alexander, in Valley Micropress by Tony Chad and given a thorough pizzling by Sam Smith of The Journal in the UK. John's pathetically grateful for all of that. He also has a web site where you can waste some time: www.cooldragon.co.nz. He has been published in a number of print and online magazines, including Australian Reader, Wicked Karnival, Black Ink Horror, Illuminations, Sam Smith’s Select Six, Whispers of Wickedness, Scifaiku, Stylus, the NZ Poetry Society's 2006 haiku anthology and NZ’s own Magazine. And now he may be read in that truly amazing, splendiferous, astounding, heroic online magazine Noneuclidean Café. Oh, yes... and Noneuclidean Press is to publish a volume of poetry about my pet rat Brian some time in 2007, which has been cleverly illustrated by Australian self-confessed teabag squeezing genius Dave Freeman.
Leland Jamieson, a performing arts center manager for most of his working life, is retired and lives in East Hampton, Connecticut, USA. His recent and forthcoming work appears in Bellowing Ark, Blue Unicorn, Neovictorian /Cochlea, Raintown Review, and 3rd Muse. He has gathered a number of published formal poems, some with streaming audio, under the title Needles in a Pinewood at www.geocities.com/lelandjamieson. His new collection of poetry 21st Century Bread is now out.
Kevin P. Keating has worked as a landscaper, a painter, a bookie's apprentice, a boilermaker, and a beauty pageant judge. He currently earns his living as an instructor of English at Baldwin-Wallace College near Cleveland, Ohio. His fiction and essays have appeared in a number of literary journals, including most recently Fringe, Identity Theory, The Deepening, Mad Hatter's Review, Smokebox, Exquisite Corpse, Green Hills Literary Lantern, The Stickman Review, Underground Voice, Perigee and many others. You can access much of his work by visiting his blog at http://www.kevinpkeating.blogspot.com/
Jodi Lee is a 30-something year old single mom and writer from Manitoba, Canada. She has been writing and editing professionally for 9 years; published in numerous magazines and online sources, she is currently exploring the shadows and hidden, bloody corners of her mind through dark fiction, horror/splatterpunk and mild sci-fi. A current list of works in progress, writing challenge information and publication schedule is located on her blog: http://www.jodilee.ca.
Carole Ann Moleti lives and works in as nurse-midwife in New York City, specializing in the care of socially high risk women and children. She lectures and writes on all aspects of women’s health with a focus on feminist and political issues. Carole is just finishing Someday I’m Going To Write a Book, a memoir about her experiences as a public health professional in the inner city. She is at work on her second memoir Karma, Kickbacks, and Kids, the title of which is self-explanatory. But her first love is writing science fiction and fantasy because walking through walls is a lot less painful than running into them. Visit her blog at http://360.yahoo.com/caroleannmoleti.
Femke Stuut (a Noneuclidean Cafe Contributing Editor) is an internationally certified NLP trainer and meta-coach (neuro-semantics). She has an extensive background in international business and specializes in organizational change as well as personal and professional leadership. She is founder of "Completely You - The human quality headquarters" in the Netherlands. Her vision is to facilitate in connecting people with their core so they can live the purpose of their existence. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
James Swingle (Noneuclidean Cafe's Publisher and Editor) offers business training and consulting. You can find out more at www.jamesswingle.com. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Aoife's Kiss, Black Ink Horror, Susurrus, Byzarium and other publications. Mr. Swingle's short story "Fortune Cookie" was just made into a short film, directed by Mike Allore. You can find out more about Mr. Swingle's writing at fiction.jamesswingle.com.Sharon M. White lives in the small rural town in Tennessee. Several of her short horror stories and dark poems have been published in various media and she is currently working on her second novel of supernatural horror. Visit Inkspot, the author's website, for more news and updates.
Lisa Wright is a freelance writer in Connecticut. She is currently seeking a publisher for her novel The Invisible Visitor. In her spare time, Lisa creates human holograms from electricity and moxie. You’re encouraged to visit her website at www.wrightwrong.com.
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