Igloria, Louisa A.
Luisa A. Igloria (previously published as Maria Luisa Aguilar-Cariño) is an Associate Professor at Old Dominion University. She edited the anthology Not Home, But Here: Writing From the Filipino Diaspora (Anvil, 2003), and has published nine books including In the Garden of the Three Islands (Moyer Bell/Asphodel, 1995), Blood Sacrifice (University of the Philippines Press, 1997) and most recently Trill & Mordent (WordTech, 2005). Her poetry appears in Smartish Pace, Issues 5, 10 and 13. [bio updated 2006]
Pentek Imre is a Hungarian poet. His first of five books of poetry appear in 1969. He has made his living as a teacher and a journalist. (2000)
Colette Inez is the author of eight poetry collections, including Clemency (Carnegie Mellon, 1998). She has received fellowships from the Guggenheim and Rockefeller foundations, and twice from the NEA. A visiting professor at Cornell, Bucknell and Colgate Universities, she is currently on the faculty of Columbia University’s writing program. (2002)
Mark Irwin is the author of White City (BOA, 2000), Bright Hunger (BOA, 2004), Tall If (New Issues, 2008) and three earlier collections of poetry. He lives in Colorado and Los Angeles, where he teaches in the Graduate Creative Writing Program at the University of Southern California. [bio updated 2011]