ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Rick Blackburn a disabled Vietnam Vet, is interested in astronomy, astrophysics, role-playing gaming, drawing, and writing. He's a FANatic fan of Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Dr. Who, and SF in general. He is also president of the Power Pack Fan Club, and can be reached at: POWER PACK FAN CLUB, PO Box 13712, Los Angeles, CA, 90013-0712.
Brian Burt is a systems analyst at a bank in Kalamazoo, Mich. (yes, it's a real town), and a struggling SF writer whose biggest credit to date is winning the L. Ron Hubbard Gold Award in the 1991 Writers of the Future Contest (for a story called "The Last Indian War"). He's had five other stories published in small-circulation/literary mags.
Peter Alejandro Cortes is a poet in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Biedermeier X. Leeuwenhoek is a fictional writer of nonfiction who does not appear in this issue. Nonetheless, we are impressed with his sincerity.
Kevin McAuley is a Brooklyn-based writer.
Andrew G. McCann is a writer and editor in New York City.
Margaret McCann is a painter and writer in New England.
George Pfister is an award-winning poet; his poems have appeared in "Parnassus" and "New Press," among other publications.
Mark Phillips is a poet in New York City.
Steve Ross is
a writer and book editor in New York City. His work has appeared in "Whiskey
Island," "World War III Illustrated," and other publications.
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