Online Writings: The Best of the First Ten Years

May 22, 2009
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Carol Novack is the publisher of Mad Hatters’ Review.  A former Sydney resident, she received a grant from the Australian government and authored a chapbook of poems.  A collection of short writings (inventions), “Giraffes in Hiding, ” will be published in March, 2010 (Crossing Chaos). Works may be found in numerous journals, including American Letters & Commentary, Diagram, Fiction International, First Intensity, Gargoyle, LIT, Notre Dame Review, and Otoliths, and in several anthologies, including “The Penguin Book of Australian Women Poets” and “Heide Hatry: Heads and Tales” (Charta).

Kim Chinquee is the author of OH BABY (Ravenna Press), the forthcoming PRETTY (White Pine Press), and is co-editor of the anthology ONLINE WRITING: BEST OF THE FIRST TEN YEARS (Snowvigate Press). Her work has been published in journals and anthologies including Noon, Denver Quarterly, Conjunctions, New York Tyrant, Fiction, Notre Dame Review, Mississippi Review, the Pushcart Prize anthology, and many others. She lives in Buffalo, New York.

Christine Boyka Kluge is the author of Teaching Bones to Fly (2003) and Stirring the Mirror (2007), both from Bitter Oleander Press.  Her chapbook, Domestic Weather (2004), won the 2003 Uccelli Press Chapbook Contest.  Other honors include winning the 2006 Hotel Amerika Poetry Contest, the 1999 Frances Locke Memorial Poetry Award, and receiving several Pushcart Prize nominations.

Holly Tavel is an artist and writer living in Brooklyn, whose fiction has appeared in elimae, DIAGRAM, and McSweeney’s.  A former member of Glowlab, a Brooklyn artists’ collective centered around psychogeographic and social space investigations, she has taught courses on psychogeography at Brown University. She received her MFA from Brown and is at work on a novel.

Susan Henderson is a curator for NPR’s literary venue, DimeStories, produced by Jay Allison of This I Believe. Her work has appeared in Zoetrope, Amazon Shorts, The World Trade Center Memorial, The Future Dictionary of America (McSweeney’s Books, 2004), Six-Word Memoirs (HarperCollins, 2007), and The Best American Non-Required Reading (Houghton Mifflin, 2007). She blogs at, and occasionally at The Huffington Post. Her novel, THE RUBY CUP, is represented by Dan Conaway at Writers House.

Anthony Tognazzini was born in California and lives in New York City. His first book, I Carry a Hammer in My Pocket for Occasions Such as These, was published by BOA Editions in 2007.