International Fiction Editor
Robert Hill Long
Spring 2011, #17
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Michael Brodsky is the author of several books of fiction that investigate the philosophical experience of His latest novels are We Can Report Them (1999) and the vastly expanded version of Detour (2003). His other short story collections and novels, most available through Four Walls Eight Windows, include: Limit Point (2007), Southernmost And Other Stories (1996), *** (1994), Three Goat Songs (1991), Dyad (1989), X In Paris (1988), XMAN (1987), Circuits (1985), Project (1982), Wedding Feast and Two Novellas (1981) and Detour (1977).
John Domini has published in Paris Review, the New York Times, and many other places. Emerging Writers Network called his Naples novels from '07 and '08, Earthquake I.D. and A Tomb on the Periphery, "back-to-back stunners." Tomb was also cited at the London Book Festival among "the best of international publishing," and Earthquake, in Italian translation, was runner-up for the Rea prize. Visit his site at www.johndomini.com
Jeffrey Greene is the author of the memoir French Spirits and two nature books including The Golden-Bristled Boar, forthcoming in March 2010. He has also published four collections of poetry, most recently Beautiful Monsters (Pecan Grove Press, 2010
Jacqueline Kolosov's second poetry collection is Modigliani's Muse (TurningPoint, 2009), and her latest young adult novel is A Sweet Disorder (Hyperion, 2009). She has new poetry and prose in Water~stone Review, The Missouri Review, Poetry East, and in several anthologies including Dogs Singing (Salmon Press, 2010).