Rich Levy is a poet whose work has appeared in Boulevard, Gulf Coast, High Plains Literary Review, Intro, The Texas Observer, The Texas Review, and other magazines. Since 1995 he has been Executive Director of Inprint, a nonprofit literary arts organization that champions creative writing and reading in Houston. He received his MFA from the Iowa Writers Workshop and has taught literature and creative writing at the University of Iowa, University of St. Thomas (Houston), and Cornell College (Mount Vernon, IA).
Randall Watson received the 2004 Blue Lynx Poetry Award for his book The Sleep Accusations, which is available from Eastern Washington University Press. His poetry has appeared in many journals, including Chelsea, Confrontation, The Georgia Review, Lyric, North American Review, Shenandoah, and Western Humanities Review. His first book, Las Delaciones del Sueno, was published in a bi-lingual edition by the Universidad Veracruzana in Xalapa, Mexico. He is currently teaching a poetry workshop at Inprint.
Miah Arnold is a fiction writer completing work on her PhD at the UH Creative Writing Program. She was awarded a 2006 Inprint Barthelme Memorial Fellowship in non-fiction, and her fiction has appeared in literary journals, most recently, Confrontation; her story "Snap" will appear in the spring edition of Painted Bride Quarterly. Miah has worked as a genre editor for both Gulf Coast and Lyric Poetry Review. She has led creative writing workshops in Houston and Galveston, and is currently teaching fiction at Inprint.