WANDLER, Zeitschrift für Literatur, No 29
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Peter Blickle lives in Michigan and Oberschwaben. He publishes in English and German. His first novel Totentanz will appear in Germany in 2002.
Bonnie Jo Campbell used to work in a circus. Her first collection of stories, Women & Other Animals, won the Associated Writing Programs Award for Short Fiction in 1999. It appeared in German in 2001 as Gorilla Girls.
In 1992, Jaimy Gordon won an Academy-Institute Award for fiction from the American Academy of Arts & Letters. Her latest novel is Bogeywoman (1999).
Kurt Haenicke lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan. His stories have appeared in The South Carolina Review and American Writing.
Marcy Jarvis is an American writer living in the Black Forest. Her stories have appeared in Hawaii Review, Exquisite Corpse, and Arts & Letters.
Liesel Litzenburger´s novel-in-stories Now You Love Me appeared in 2001. She was Writer in Residence in spring 2001 at the University of South Florida in Sarasota.
Daniel Mueller´s first collection of stories, How Animals Mate, appeared in 1999. He lives in New Hampshire and New Mexico.
Patricia Anne Simpson lives with her husband and two sons in Gambier, Ohio, Cape Cod, and, whenever possible, in Berlin. Her poetry has appeared in Traffic Report and Kalliope.
R. D. Skillings lives in Provincetown, Rhode Island. His latest books are How Many Die (2001) and Where the Time Goes (1999).
Sarah Jane Smith´s novel-in-stories No Thanks and Other Stories appeared in 2001. She lives in Miami, Florida.
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