Alessio Zanelli

Alessio Zanelli

Alessio Zanelli is an Italian poet who has long adopted English as his artistic language and has published widely in literary magazines around the world, including California Quarterly, Dream Catcher, First Class, Italian Americana, Mattoid, Orbis, Other Poetry, Poesia, Potomac Review and Poetry Salzburg Review. He is the author of three collections, most recently Straight Astray, and a featured author in the 2006 edition of Poet’s Market as well as in several poetry anthologies. A member and the Italian Stanza representative of the Poetry Society of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Mr. Zanelli lives and works as a private financial advisor in his small hometown, Cremona, in northern Italy.

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Theresa Whitehill

Theresa Whitehill

A California poet, graphic designer, and letterpress printer, Theresa Whitehill has been a resident of Mendocino County in northern California for over twenty years. She currently collaborates with California chef and writer Shannon Hughes on culinary poetry events, combining poetry with food in a venue intended to enhance the words and flavors in an intimate setting. As Poet-in-Residence at Stags’ Leap Winery in Napa, California, she participated in a project, “Napa Valley: Portrait of a Community,” which became a traveling exhibit and the subject of a CBS Television Special in March of 1999. “Évora a Doce,” her poem about Portuguese soul and food, was published as a limited edition letterpress broadside by Berkeley chef Alice Waters of the restaurant Chez Panisse, and her animated version of this poem was honored by the American Film Institute in their annual report in 1998. Her poetry appears in regional California magazines and anthologies, and her letterpress broadsides, many produced with her husband, artist Paulo Ferreira, are in major national collections, including the Getty Center for the Arts, Brown University, Stanford University, the New York Public Library, UCLA, UC Berkeley, the San Francisco Public Library, and Mills College, as well as many private collections. She is well known to local audiences as an expressive performer.

Steve Troyanovich

Steve Troyanovich

Correctional educator. Freelance journalist and editor. Interested in the critical role of international poetry for bringing peace and understanding to a hostile, non-tolerant world. Work has appeared in poetry publications and anthologies including: Goose River Anthology: 2006, Quarry, Abraxas, Weirdbook, Treaders of Starlight, Broken Streets, Amanda Blue, Blue Unicorn, Stone Country, The Wormwood Review, and Mundus Artium. Co-editor of the fantasy poetry collection: Omniumgathum. Author of Dream Dealers and Other Shadows. Has translated from the work of the French-Canadian poet, Fernand Ouellette. Presently engaged in translating from the poetical works of the Argentine poet, Rodolfo Alonso.

Michael Mirolla

Michael Mirolla

Michael Mirolla is a Toronto, Canada-based novelist, short story writer and poet with a novel--Berlin--and collection of short stories—The Formal Logic of motion—under his belt. One of the stories from the collection, “A Theory of Discontinuous Existence,” was also selected for the The Journey Prize Anthology, awarded for the year's best short fiction published in literary magazines in Canada. He has had short stories and poems published in numerous journals in Canada, the U.S. and Britain, including several anthologies such as Event’s Peace & War Anthology, Telling Differences: New English Fiction from Quebec, Tesseracts 2: Canadian Science Fiction, the Collection of Italian-Canadian Fiction, and New Wave of Speculative Fiction Book 1.

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