John Carnahan: The Same Gestures at Different Speeds: Work and Pleasure at the Movies
John Carnahan teaches film at California State University, Hayward, and therefore is paid to watch movies. As a freelance counterculture writer and editor he has also been paid to play fantasy games, describe the effects of marijuana, and read underground comix.
Nada Djordjevich: Girl Gets Job, Loses Boy
Nada Djordjevich is editor-in-chief of On the Page.
Zoë Francesca: Dot Com Denouement
Zoë Francesca is contributing poetry editor at On the Page.
Janet McCann: Lazy Sunday; The Red Ink
Janet McCann has been a professor at Texas A&M University in the Department of English since 1969 and has been published in the Kansas Quarterly, Parnassus, Nimrod, Sou'wester, New York Quarterly, Tendril, Poetry Australia and McCall's. She has co-edited two anthologies, Odd Angles of Heaven (1994) and Place of Passage (now in press with Story Line.) Her most recent book is Looking for Buddha in the Barbed Wire Garden (1996). She was awarded a NEA Creative Writing fellowship in 1989.
Doug Oakley: People at Work
Doug Oakley is a San Francisco-based photojournalist. He is at the end of his rope, on the edge, gasping for air, spreading the butter, laughing hysterically, charging a 20-foot face. His work is available online at www.dougoakley.com.
Susan Terris: Palatino
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.