Tony Barnstone - Writer

Tony Barnstone is Associate Professor of Creative Writing and English at Whittier College, and has published his poetry, fiction, essays and translations in dozens of major American journals. His books include Sad Jazz: Sonnets; Impure: Poems by Tony Barnstone; The Anchor Book of Chinese Poetry; Out of the Howling Storm: The New Chinese Poetry; Laughing Lost in the Mountains: Poems of Wang Wei; and The Art of Writing: Teachings of the Chinese Masters. His forthcoming books are Sad Jazz: Sonnets (Sheep Meadow Press, Fall 2005) and a number of textbooks for Prentice Hall Publishers, including The Pleasures of Poetry: An Introduction, World Literature (two volumes), and Modern Poetry: An Anthology with Contexts, among others. He is currently working on two new books of poems and a critical book titled The Poetics of the Machine Age: William Carlos Williams and Technological Modernism. Born in Middletown, Connecticut, and raised in Bloomington, Indiana, Barnstone lived for years in Greece, Spain, Kenya and China before taking his Masters in English and Creative Writing and Ph.D. in English Literature at UC Berkeley.

Jonathan Minori - Artist

Jonathan Minori is an Interactive Designer/Developer who has worked on a variety of interactive projects from web sites to mobile games. Currently he is working as an Interactive Designer at Blattner Brunner in Pittsburgh, PA. His full body of work can be found on his portfolio at

Fabrizio Aiello - Artist

Fabrizio Aiello is a Fine Artist who is skilled in several traditional media such as charcoal, pen and ink, pastels, watercolor and oils. He is currently living in Pittsburgh, PA working as a Visual Developer for Blattner Brunner and doing freelance illustration. You can see more of his work at

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