ISSUES | Contributing Authors
Anne Fleming was born and raised in Pennsylvania.
Arthur Smith has poems in The Nation, The New Yorker, North American Review, Georgia Review, Chicago Review, and elsewhere.
Jack Driscoll received a PEN Syndicated Fiction Award in 1985.
Jean R. Matthew’s story collection, Testimony, won the University of Missouri Press Breakthrough Series in 1987. 
Ben A. Heller
Ben A. Heller has translated poetry by Raul Barrientos and others. 
Henry Carlile’s first book, The Rough Hewn Table, was published by the University of Missouri Press. A new book, Running Lights, should appear this fall or early next spring. He
Hilary Masters was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. He served as a Naval Correspondent toward the end of WWII, worked on the Washington Daily News, and graduated from Brown
Steve Kronen’s work has appeared in mutiple magazines besides the Missouri Review, including The New Republic, The American Scholar, Poetry, Agni, APR, The Georgia Review, Ploughshares, and The Threepenny Review. He has written two books, Empirical Evidence (Georgia Press, 1992) and Splendor (BOA
Terra Ziporyn is a former associate editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association and the author of Disease in the American Press (Greenwood Press, 1988).
Michael Heffernan’s new book, The Man at Home, appeared in 1988.