portrait One on One Archives

Alfred Corn

Issue No. 203 ~ April, 2014

Alfred Corn has published several collections of poetry over the years, including his first collection All Roads at Once (1976), A Call in the Midst of the Crowd: Poems (1978), The Various Light (1980), Notes from a Child of Paradise (1984), and Tables (Press 53, 2013). Other collections are The West Door: Poems (1988), Autobiographies: Poems (1992), Stake: Selected Poems, 1972-1992, and Contradictions: Poems (2002).

Dagmar Hricková

Issue No. 203 ~ April, 2014

Born in Czech Republic, visual artist Dagmar Hrickova (Dag-mar H-ree-ck-ova) has led a somewhat nomadic life, taking inspiration and perspective from an array of ever-changing countries, surroundings, and cultures.

Mark Statman

Issue No. 201 ~ February, 2014

Mark Statman's most recent books are the poetry collection, A Map of the Winds (Lavender Ink, 2013), and Black Tulips: The Selected Poems of Jose Maria Hinojosa (University of New Orleans Press, 2012). He is also the author of the poetry collection, Tourist at a Miracle ((Hanging Loose, 2010), as well as a translation, with Pedro Medina, of Federico Garcia Lorca's Poet in New York (Grove, 2008).

Nicholas Ward

Issue No. 201 ~ February, 2014

Nicholas Ward is a bit of a wild card. Extremely talented and friendly, he has experience with almost any artistic medium - filmmaking, photography, painting, drawing, storytelling, and even creative writing - to name a few. His natural curiosity and, as he calls it, "painful optimism," combine to make him one incredible artist and person.

Travis Cebula

Issue No. 200 ~ January, 2014

Travis Cebula resides with his wife and trusty dog in Colorado, where he founded Shadow Mountain Press in 2009. His poems, photographs, essays, and stories have appeared internationally in various print and on-line journals.

John Dufresne

Issue No. 199 ~ December, 2013

John Dufresne's most recent novel is No Regrets Coyote (W.W. Norton & Company, 2013). He has written four previous novels, including his first novel, Louisiana Power & Light (1994), as well as Love Warps the Mind a Little, (1997), which were both New York Times notable books. His other novels are Deep in the Shade of Paradise (2002) and Requiem, Mass. (2008).

Dave Loewenstein

Issue No. 199 ~ December, 2013

Inspiring muralist, writer, and printmaker, Dave Loewenstein strives for a “people’s art.” His community murals incorporate many voices and can be seen throughout the United States, in Northern Ireland and even South Korea. His prints challenge social and political issues, are exhibited nationally, and can be found...

Jack Smith

Issue No. 198 ~ November, 2013

Jack Smith is author of the novel Hog to Hog, which won the George Garrett Fiction Prize (Texas Review Press. 2008), and also is the author Write and Revise for Publication for Publication: A 6-Month Pan for Crafting a Publishable Novel and Other Works of Fiction, published earlier this year by Writer's Digest Books.

Patty Dann

Issue No. 197 ~ October, 2013

Patty Dann is the author of the novel, Starfish (Greenpoint Press, 2013), a sequel to her novel, Mermaids, a coming of age novel about a teenage girl which was published in 1986. In 1990, Mermaids was made into a movie of the same name, starring Cher, Winona Ryder, Bob Hoskins, and Christina Ricci.

Cristina Martín

Issue No. 197 ~ October, 2013

It’s hard not to be intrigued by Cristina Martín and her artwork, especially after  watching the short artistic “about me” video on her website. While  honing and expanding her own repetoire, Martín has focused on helping young artists develop their own unique styles. In her …