Christopher Jagmin attended the School of Fine arts at Indiana University, where he studied graphic design and silkscreen printing. After graduating in 1981 with an AB, Christopher Jagmin moved to Austin, Texas. There, he started his career as a graphic designer.
Issue 4 Fall 2009
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Laura Tohe is Diné and was raised by her family and relatives on the Navajo reservation. She has written and co-authored four books.
Sherril Jaffe is the author of six books of fiction, including Scars Make Your Body More Interesting & Other Stories, The Unexamined Wife, and House Tours. A new novel, Expiration Date, is forthcoming in 2011.
Michael Martone is the author of five books of short fiction including Seeing Eye published in September of 1995 by Zoland Books as well as Penses: The Thoughts of Dan Quayle (Broad Ripple Press, 1994), Fort Wayne Is Seventh on Hitler\'s List (Indiana University Press, 1990), Safety Patrol (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988), and Alive and Dead in Indiana(Alfred A. Knopf, 1984).
Rachel Yoder's work has appeared in the New York Times, Sun Magazine, Kenyon Review Online, Cimarron Review, and is forthcoming in Quick Fiction and PANK. This past year, she won 2nd prize in Opium Magazine's 500-Word Memoir Contest, had a piece recognized as a Distinguished Story in Best American Short Stories 2009, and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Billy Collins is the author of eight books of poetry including Ballistics, The Trouble with Poetry and Other Poems, Nine Horses, Picnic, Lightning, and Sailing Alone Around the Room.