Randy Lee Gross
began writing poetry in 1991. She is a poet of
vivid imagery, with an eye for beauty, a heart focused on relationships
and an affinity for nature. Originally from South Jersey, Deborah has
made her home in South Central PA with her husband and daughters.
Her poems have appeared online and in print
in these fine publications: Eclipse, Megaera, Digges’ Choice,
for Ashes Poetry Review.
Deborah is the author of an CD and print chapbook entitled Tracing
Silver with Words.
Besides being a wife, mother, cat lover & poet, Deborah is also a
visual artist who works in a variety of mediums, acrylics, colored
pencils, stone, paper sculpture and digital graphics to name a few. She
holds an Associate of Art Degree in Commercial Art, is a member of the
Art Association of Harrisburg. Two of her drawings, were published Experimental
Forest (Fall 2000). View Photo Email: Deborah
is a poet and performance artist currently involved in
an epic project called "Thinking' 'bout Ng," in which he
thinks everyday about a woman who lives her life wantonly on the
Internet, via a live-cam. He doesn't watch. Just thinks about it.
Her! Daily. Keeps it pure. Calls her Ng, for Net Girl. This performance,
ongoing since 1998, will last until 2003.
A MegaeraAward poetry winner,
his poetry and photography have appeared in numerous books, magazines
and journals, including Miserere review, logodaedalus, Syzsgy,
Diffference Engine, Quasar Review and Experimental
His work, published both online
and offline, has been translated into twelve different languages,
including COBOL and FORTRAN.
Esworthy is an ex-Sagittarius,
who "has finally seen the light! Know I'm sayin'?" An enjoyer
of coffee, his favorite colour is turquoise. View
Photo Email: Marty
Glamour, adventure, triumph and
tragedy, Lynn Fetterolf has certainly had her share, and she's poured it
all into her poetry which ranges from the horrors of war to the humor of
being "Hefty at Sixty". A cross between Khalil Gibran and Irma
Bombeck, she's not had to imagine life, she's lived it. Her exotic expatriate life
spanned 20 years and made her an excellent witness to the modern history
of the Middle East including the civil war in Lebanon.
Lynn currently has two books of
poetry in print, Letters To My Love and Through Sand And
Sorrow, Memories of the Middle East, her autobiography. Through
Sand And Sorrow is nearly sold out in its second printing and is
endorsed by the Pennsylvania Poetry Society.
Widely published, you can find
Lynn's work in Writers' Digest magazine, Prolog, Harrisburg
Review, Digges' Choice and Beauty For Ashes Poetry Review
just to name a few.
41-year-old poet, playwright, and writer of radio commercials too
numerous to count (that's how I pay my bills!); winner of many poetry
awards in central Pennsylvania area, both written and performance;
published in the Poet's Page (1997), A Year of Voices (Harrisburg, PA
anthology, 1998), Out of the Mouths of Men (a Northern Maryland
audio/print anthology, (1999), Beauty for Ashes Poetry Review (2000), and Digges'
Choice (2000); 15 featured readings at coffee houses, book stores, and
on radio shows in Harrisburg, PA area since April of 1998; 2 featured
readings in the Maryland/Delaware region since September of 1998;
one-act play, The Waiting, Honorable Mention honors in Writer's Digest
Magazine Writing Competition, 1996; play, The Haunted Train, staged by
York Little Theater in May of 1997; screenplay, The Beast With No
semifinalist in New York International Independent Film and Video
Festival, 1997; screenplay, Seldom Is Heard, quarterfinalist in
Network Screenplay Competition, 1998; short film script, Peripheral
Visions, quarterfinalist in the Fade In: Magazine 1999-2000 screenplay