Rick Campbell is the author of four books of poems: Dixmont (Autumn House), The Traveler's Companion (Black Bay), Setting the World In Order (Texas Tech Press), and A Day's Work (State Street Press). He has won a Pushcart Prize, an NEA Poetry Fellowship, and two poetry fellowships from the Florida Arts Council. He has published poems and essays in many journals including The Georgia Review, The Florida Review, and Prairie Schooner. Campbell teaches at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida.
In this issue: Priscilla Atkins, Jan Ball, John F. Buckley, Rick Campbell, Bruce Cohen, Geraldine Connolly, Mark Defoe, Richard Hague, Lola Haskins, William Jolliff, Charles Nutter Peck, Rachael Peckham, Kenneth Pobo, Charles Rammelkamp, Daniel Saalfeld, Steve Scafidi, Ciara Shuttleworth, Red Shuttleworth, Richard Spilman, Charles Stacy, Slobodanka Strauss, Stephen Sundin, Melissa Tuckey, Mitchell Untch, and Arne WeingartABZ