Caroline Berry: Turning Twelve
Caroline Berry studied art and photography at UCLA in the early sixties. She has a BA in visual communications from San Francisco State University where she studied photojournalism. She survives by working part time as a dental hygienist and spends her summers in Marin County and winters in Mexico, where she paints and photographs the Mexican world.
Daria Brown: Dates—Not a Love Story
Daria Brown lives in the East Village in New York. She has worked as a
journalist, translator, and speechwriter. She has travelled frequently in Africa and South America and is oddly drawn to the sound of bagpipes.
Dušan Djordjevich: Losing One's Cool; Never Surrender
Dušan Djordjevich's writing has appeared in Salon, The San Jose Mercury News, Two Lines, Central Europe Review, and Extra!, among other publications. He is a doctoral student in history at Stanford University.
Nada Djordjevich: And Be Sure to Pack Along Your Neuroses; Fast Times at a Pennsylvania College; Sex, Angst, and a Sick Cat in the City
Nada Djordjevich is publisher of On the Page.
Vera Djordjevich: The Heights of Folly; Like a True Nature's Child; Max and the Millionaire
Vera Djordjevich is an editor at On the Page.
Carolyn Foley: Talking with Pam Houston
Carolyn Foley is an editor at On the Page.
Zoë Francesca: Dot Com Denouement; A Conversation with Ira Glass
Zoë Francesca is poetry editor at On the Page.
Gerren Liles: Mirror Image
Gerren Liles is a poet and author in Brooklyn, New York. His first volume of poetry, On The Road To Damascus, has developed a readership throughout the United States and Europe. He is a group leader at a children's center and Events Coordinator for Black Alchemist Press, Ink.
Susan Terris: Chickens Have No Myths; Natural Defenses
Susan Terris's recent books of poetry include Curved Space, Eye of the Holocaust, and Angels of Bataan. She has also published Susan Terris: Greatest Hits and Nell's Quilt, among others. Her work has been published in journals such as The Antioch Review, The Midwest Quarterly, Ploughshares, The Missouri Review, Nimrod, Southern California Anthology, and The Southern Poetry Review. To read more of her poetry, visit her Web site.