ISSUES | Contributing Authors
Gregory Orr is Director of the Graduate Program in Writing at the University of Virginia. He’s just completed a book-length critical introduction to the poetry of Stanley Kunitz for Columbia
John Helton, Jr.
John Helton, Jr., is a student at the University of Texas, Austin. 
Michael Alley’s fiction has appeared recently in Carolina Quarterly. 
Michael Bishop won a Nebula Award last year. 
Stephen Haven has had poems in Ironwood, River Styx, and other magazines.
Jeff Friedman was the 1993 Editors’ Prize winner for Poetry. He has been published in APR and elsewhere. His collection of poems is titled The Record-Breaking Heat Wave. 
Anthony Burke Lee
This is Anthony Burke Lee’s first published story.
Amy Kolen’s work has appeared in various publications, including Orion Magazine. She has an essay forthcoming in The Massachusetts Review and is currently working on a collection of personal narratives.
Jill Marquis earned an MFA in writing from the University of Montana. Her work has appeared in the Mississippi Review, McSweeney’s, and other journals. She lives and works in New Orleans.
Terrance Hayes is the author of Wind in a Box (Penguin, 2006), Hip Logic (Penguin, 2002) and Muscular Music (Carnegie Mellon University Contemporary Classics, 2005, and Tia Chucha Press, 1999).