Adrian Lurssen lives in Mill Valley, California with his wife and two children. He's originally from South Africa, which might explain why he's always nattering on about tea. His is the publisher of Practice, a journal of literary arts.
Andrea Sandke lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her family, her piano, her cats, and her books.
Angela Gunn's cubicle is clean. Her home office is messy. Every so often, articles emerge from the messy place.
Bill Boggs lives with his wife, Jacey, and their son, Utah, in Baltimore, Maryland. His probelm has yet to be fully resolved.
Brian M. Thomas lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with his wife and dog. At last count he had 12 fishing rods - hardly what anyone would call enough.
Chris Hodgdon is a writer who lives in Tennessee. He is currently raising a young daughter and working for a full-service consultancy. He can bench-press you.
David Lasky ain't nothin' but tired. He writes and draws post-modernist comic books, including Boom Boom, Urban Hipster, and a mini-comic version of Joyce's Ulysses.
Erik Gunther is a Bay Area native. He has no known hobbies. Everyday he thanks his lucky stars.
Gabe Weisert spent the Reagan years growing up in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is the director of the feature film, Fishing with Gandhi. Gabe lives in New York City with his wife, Claudia. His is currently a Senior Editor for Forbes Traveler.
Harold Check lives in San Francisco with his wife and two cats. Once upon a time, he worked at Yahoo! and Six Apart. He is the founder of the Media Nugget.
Havi Hoffman loves that joke about the panda "that eats shoots and leaves." She'd like to register the domain laughingpomegranate, and find out what a tuba tree is.
Jenny Check is a nurse, living and working in San Francisco. She loves knitting, spending time with her friends, and keeping alive the illusion that Buffy the Vampire Slayer is still on the air.
Joe Green graduated from Pioneer High School in San Jose, California. He lives with his wife and a Golden Doodle named Lily in San Francisco's Mission District.
Jon Brooks is a graduate of P.S. 41. His play, "The Button," was staged at Bloomington Playwrights Project in June, 2004. He is also the author of "Better Than Hitler" and cowrote the San Francisco Mime Troupe's 2006 presentation, "Godfellas."
A while back, Judith Zissman moved from Brooklyn to San Francisco. The score so far: SF is ahead on coffee, weather and carne asada. NY on baseball, newsstands and Chinese takeout.
Kevin Tiernan lives in Falls Church, Virginia with his ever-expanding family.
Kim Colwell is a graduate of Brown University. She is a big fan of ex-San Francisco third baseman Bill Mueller.
Laeleya Saludez lives in San Francisco and works in Silicon Valley. She does freelance writing and hula dancing in her spare time.
Michael Sippey is one of the founders of Quris. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business. His sites, Sippey.com and Stating the Obvious, are updated when the need arises. He is currently the VP of Product at Six Apart.
Mike McGonigal used to write about music for a bunch of publications, including NY Press, Raygun, Allstar, No Depression, Rhythm Music, Swing, Music, and ArtForum. Until recently, his day job was pimping music for Amazon.com. Check him out at Yeti Publishing.
Molly McCall lives in San Francisco in a blissful little room cramped with tin toys, old coats, records, and novels marked by hopelessly long sentences.
Nate Grover works at a big fat oil company. He lives in Oakland. He plays poker.
Richard Bausch is the author of many award-winning novels and short-story collections. His most recent work is Thanksgiving Night.
Roberta Marguerite Chavez has been dancing since she was five years old. She lives in San Francisco and enjoys attending lots of sketch comedy shows.
Steve Champeon is suspected of greatness, but previous acquittals on similar charges leave him feeling bleak of his hopes for future success. His most recent work is Building Dynamic HTML GUIs.
Susan Gale does whatever she can to make a living. Halloween is still her favorite holiday.
Thomas Rogers grew up in Texas, but he doesn't have much of an accent. He currently lives in San Francisco and works as a municipal employee for the city of Menlo Park.
Tom Nord writes about pop culture for The Courier-Journal in Louisville. Like most people raised in front of the television, he has a very short attention span.
Tony Peltier is a graduate of the Dramatic Writing Program at NYU where he learned that sometimes you have to cut your best line. He is married and lives and works in Raleigh, North Carolina.