Contributors: Winter 2005 - 2006


Richard Burgin is the founding editor of the nationally renowned, Boulevard Magazine, and the author of The Identity Club: New and Selected Short Stories and Songs


Al Gury is Chair of the Painting Department of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, awarded the National Medal of Arts for Distinguished Service to the Arts in America, the only art school to be so honored.  He received his BA in fine arts and humanities from Saint Louis University, a Certificate of Art from PAFA, and an MFA from the University of  Delaware. He is a recipient of the Cresson Traveling Fellowship.  He is represented by F.A.N. Gallery in Philadelphia. 
His paintings have been exhibited, among other places at the National Academy of Design, Philadelphia Museum of  Art, National Capitol in Washington D.C., Washington and Lee University, the University of Pennsylvania and the Painted Bride Art Center in Philadelphia.

He writes for American Artists and is working on a book about painting technique.


Randall Brown is a fiction editor with SmokeLong Quarterly, an MFA in Writing candidate at Vermont College, a recipient of a 2004 Pushcart nomination, and a three-time winner of Zoetrope Workshop's Top Story. Sixty or so pieces have appeared or are forthcoming in a number of publications such as Timber Creek Review, The Iconoclast, Ink Pot, The MacGuffin, Philadelphia Stories,  and Del Sol Review.


Kay Sexton is an Associate Editor for Night Train journal and a Jerry Jazz Fiction Award winner with columns at  and  Her website gives details of her current and forthcoming publications.  Her current focus is ‘Green Thought in an Urban Shade’ a collaboration with the painter Fion Gunn to explore and celebrate the parks and urban spaces of Beijing, Dublin, London and Paris in words and images.


Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz is a fiction writer and poet.  She raises turtles and children in the New Mexico desert.  Visit her blog at


Fion Gunn is a gallery artist with David Curzon Gallery, Wimbledon and has shown at the Affordable Art Fair in London. She also shows with "Regard sur Objets", Monmartre, Paris and will be showing at the Grand Foire d'Art Contemporain at la Bastille in May 2005, Artspace 2005 in Henley-on-Thames, the Wine Gallery in Chelsea and with the London Arts Cafe in Hoxton over the next few months.  Examples of her work can be viewed at  She can be contacted at










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