Monday, March 15, 2010
RUPERT WONDOLOWSKI recently returned to the small silver screen in Michael Kimball and Luca DiPierro’s film 60 Writers/60 Places. He is the author of The Origin of Paranoia as a Heated Mole Suit (Publishing Genius Press) and The Whispering of Ice Cubes (Shattered Wig Press). Rain Taxi Review called his writing "macabre, mischievous, playful, and irreverent, approximating a fusion of William Kotzwinkle, Ron Padgett (circa Great Balls of Fire), Richard Brautigan, and Charles Bukowski". His writing has most recently appeared in the i.e., Series Reader, Lamination Colony, Fell Swoop, and Mud Luscious Press Stamp Stories. He is the editor and publisher of The Shattered Wig Press.
ROBBY RACKLEFF is a graduate of the Mount Royal MFA program at MICA and a good friend of Bob O'Brien.
TIM PAGGI is a poet, playwright, performer, and co-conspirator of the Baltimore Annex Theater. Most recently, he adapted the film Fantastic Planet into a new stage play, which will debut in April at the Transmodern Festival before touring north. Paggi also organizes the sporadic Annex Theater Writing workshop. Please email him to participate: firstname.lastname@example.org
KIM TABARA lives and works in Baltimore City. Since before the turn of the century, he has been involved in Baltimore's underground music and arts community. He is working on a collection of short stories entitled Recent Failures: A Collection of Rejected Work.