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contributor's notes

Peter Balestrieri is a geothermal vent located somewhere at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. His work has appeared in Mandorla, Deluxe Rubber Chicken, RealPoetik, The Experioddicist, potepoetzine, and is forthcoming in 5_TROPE. Peter can be reached at

In the near future Michael Basinski's poems will appear in Kenning, Lvng, Troup 5, Terrible Work and Fuck!

John M. Bennett is the author of hundreds of works of poetry, including the recent Door Door.

Joel Bettridge is a Ph.D student at SUNY at Buffalo. He has poems forthcoming in Kiosk. Trifecta Press will soon publish a chapbook of his poems.

William "Fergie" Ferguson lived from 1905 till 1984.

Loss Pequeño Glazier is the author of Leaving Loss Glazier and the forthcoming critical work, Digital Poetics. He has recently performed his digital and kinetic works in Mexico City, Norway, Buffalo, and New York City.

Kenneth Goldsmith is the editor of Ubuweb Visual, Concrete and Sound Poetry, one of the most terrific poetry sites on the web. His works Fidget and No. 111 2.7.93-10.20.96 are highly recommended by the editor.

David Greenberger is the creator of Duplex Planet. He lives in Saratoga Springs, NY.

Stephanie Hawkins was born in Carson City, Nevada on June 8, at 2:24 p.m. in the year of our Lord, 1971. Then she went to graduate school and has suffered a metaphorical death. WOMEN represents her resurrection from academic writing through the utopia of cyberspace.

Christopher Meyers lives in the land of enchantment--New Mexico. He is the editor of Diffference Engine.

Julie Nagle lives in Keene, New Hampshire, where she is a special education teacher. She can be reached at

Mark Peters is the editor of Deluxe Rubber Chicken and a five-ball jugggler who can perform a 4-ball Mill's Mess. During the summer, Mark is a cabin counselor at Cradle Beach Camp in Angola, NY.

Spencer Selby's latest book is a collection of poetry titled The Big R. His visual book Malleable Cast was published in 1995.

Alan Sondheim's work is at He edited Being On Line (Lusitania, 1977); his most recent work is a set of two casebooks by Potes and Poets, The Case of the Real (1998).

Uncle Eddy is a nine-year-old boy from Terre Haute, Indiana. His work has appeared in Deluxe Rubber Chicken #2

Ted Warnell is Poem by Nari, which are the results of a creative collaboration; artists, writers, computer programmers, and Netizens of the world. Digital code and data, program logic, information from cyberspace, all things digital, are source materials for creative exploration. Your participation is welcomed. You can send your ideas and logic, cyberstream data and debris via email to:

Pub. May 1999