Born in 1947, Dion Farquhar (Editor) is a poet and fiction writer. Many years ago, she chose adjuncting in New York over tenure track in a rural town, though soon after, love catapulted her into Santa Cruz, where she lives with her partner and their nineteen-year-old twin boys (when home from college). She continues to scratch in the post-apocalyptic redwood dust for work while relishing the upsides of life on the Left Coast. She still misses the old country and her friends and family in Manhattan and Brooklyn, especially off-off Broadway theatre. Recent poems appear in Cricket Online Review, Shampoo, BlazeVOX, etc. Her second poetry book, Wonderful Terrible, is in press with Main Street Rag Publishing Company.
James Maughn (Editor) lives in Santa Cruz, CA, where he a poetry co-editor for the literary arts journal Perihelion. He also coordinates A New Cadence Poetry Series out of the Felix Kulpa Gallery in Santa Cruz. His first book, Kata, was published by BlazeVOX Books in 2009. He is a member of the Black Radish Books Publishing Collective, and his second book, Arakaki Permutations, was published by Black Radish Books in 2011. His most recent book, These Peripheries, was published in 2012 by Otoliths Press. Work has appeared in Otoliths, Lungfull, Parthenon West Review, TinFish, Big Bell, Sentence, Moria, Poetry Salzburg Review, Dusie, MiPoesias, and Horse Less Review.
John Delfino (Webmaster) studied English and Theatre at Boston College. His poetry and prose have been published in several literary journals, and his short plays have been performed at Boston College and various community theaters in New York. This year he will be attending CalArts, studying towards his MFA in Lighting Design with Anne Millitello.
Michael Neff (publisher) is the director and creator of Web Del Sol.Com and Algonkian Writer Conferences.