- Debbi Brody has
co-owned and operated Canyon Road
Contemporary Art Inc. in Santa Fe since 1994. Her work appears in Ghost
Ranch Poetry Anthology annuals 1998-2003, The Broomweed Journal, Poetica
Magazine and Central Avenue.
Her recent chapbook is titled FreeForm.
- author of Red As A Lotus,
La Alameda Press, letters to Thomas Merton.
given an old copy of Thomas Merton’s Seeds of Contemplation by
a friend’s mother, Lisa Gill began a series of 14 line poems which
meticulously transcribe her own spiritual reckoning. NM Invitational
at the Taos Poetry
Circus. Seattle Poetry Festival. Fargo Poetry
Gary Mex Glazner founded
Poetry Slams in San Francisco, spent most
of 1998 travelling around the world both gathering & giving out
poetry, settled in Santa Fe, charter reader at the very first Poets'
graduate of Sonoma State University's Expressive Arts program with an
emphasis in poetry. His poetry has appeared in anthologies,
periodicals, on CD, radio, television, and underwater on the Bay Area
Rapid Transit system. His poems have been translated into Chinese,
Moldavian, Nepali, and Vietnamese." (2003 interview, Hoard magazine)
- Cari Griffo is a
published poet, and significantly shines as a performance poet. Her
work has appeared in numerous literary publications and
anthologies. Amid her chapbooks, a collection of over 40 poems is
published in her
book, Ripening, Molti Frutti
productions (1997). Cari has also recorded
the CD Ripening (poetry set
to music), produced by Glen Neff (1997).
She has performed her poetry in collaboration with musicians at such
notable venues as, The Nuyorican
Poets Café and The Knitting
Manhattan, and Site Santa Fe in Santa Fe. Recently, Cari Griffo
completed her first
novel, Standing Under Trees.
teaches English (Contemporary
Literature, Women's literature, particularly poetry, feminist theory,
modernism, and science fiction/fantasy genre literature by women) at
the University of New Mexico. Published in The TMP Irregular (Tamafyhr Mountain Poetry)
- Mary McGinnes,
publications include Listening For
Cactus & Written With A
Spoon (Sherman Asher) Blind since childhood, she is a social
worker and disabilities advocate.
- Todd Moore -
current credits: just starting to co edit a poetry magazine called St.
Vitus's Dance with his son. also, have had a chapbook out this
year from Spankstra Press called The Weather In Hell. Next year
Spankstra will bring out a book comprising two new sections of
DILLINGER ---- Sign of the Gun
and Russian Roulette, the
book as of yet untitled. Read The Wolf in the Cornfield, a
complete section of Dillinger, at Lummox
- Rachelle Woods is
the organizer for many recent peace and free speech events in Santa Fe.
She has recorded her poems on a CD Poets
For Peace (Santa Fe School For Wonder) Her work appears in Central Avenue and La Manzanita poetry publications.