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Review, Ploughshares, Poetry, Poetry East, Prairie Schooner, Rattapallax, The Sewanee Review, Southwest Review, Verse, and many other journals. Her poems have also been featured on Poetry Daily and Verse Daily. A painter and printmaker, Duffin lives in Somerville, MA. Lynnell Edwards' first volume of poetry is The Farmer's Daughter (Red Hen Press, 2003). Her work has most recently appeared in Southern Poetry Review, the Los Angeles Review, Poems and Plays, and others. She is a regular reviewer for Rain Taxi, Pleaides, and The Georgia Review. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky where she teaches at the University of Louisville. Matthew Gavin Frank has published in The New Republic, Tampa Review,

Epoch, Crazyhorse, Indiana Review, Creative Nonfiction, Willow Springs, Bellingham Review, Pleiades, The Florida Review, Ninth Letter, Gastronomica, and others. He received the 2005 Summer Fellowship from the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing and a 2006 Artist's Grant from the Vermont Studio Center. He recently completed Barolo, a memoir concerning his illegal work in the Italian wine industry. He teaches at Arizona State University and edits for Hayden's Ferry Review. Timothy G reen recently moved from upstate New York to Los Angeles, where he works as Associate Editor of the poetry journal Ratt.le, and is a Master's in Professional Writing candidate at USC. Poems are forthcoming in Diner, Gargoyle, Florida Review, Hazmat Review, Nimrod, and others, and in the current issues of Crab Creek Review, Cranky, Euphony, Portland Review, and Slipstream. His first book-length collection, The Dream Token, is seeking a publisher. Janine Joseph was born in the Philippines, and now lives in both California and New York, where she is pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing at New York University. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Susquehanna Review, Mosaic, Oberon, and Homage to Vallejo, an anthology by Greenhouse Review Press. Robert Krut's poetry has been nominated for two Pushcart Prizes, and appeared in journals like Blackbird, Barrow Street, Hayden's Ferry Review, and The Mid-American Review. Currently, he teaches at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Philip Levine is the author of sixteen books of poetry, most recently Breath (Alfred A. Knopf, 2004 ). His other poetry collections include The Mercy (1999); The Simple Truth (1994), which won the Pulitzer Prize; What Work Is (1991), which won the National Book Award; New Selected Poems (1991); Ashes: Poems New and Old (1979), which received the National Book Critics Circle Award and the first American Book Award for Poetry; 7 Summer - Fall 2006

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Fugue 31 - Summer/Fall 2006 (No. 31)  

The Literary Digest of the University of Idaho