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Russell Jaffe

Russell Jaffe holds an MFA in Poetry from Columbia College Chicago ('08') and is the founder and editor of Strange Cage (strangecage.org), a poetry chapbook press that also curates a reading series. He is the author of the chapbooks DOOM'D: zones 1 + 2 ('12) and so manifestoxoxo ('11), both published through Strange Cage, (accompanied by pushpins and balloons) (The Red Ceilings Press, 11), LITEROAST (Counterexample Poetics, '10), and note/worthy (Scantily Clad Press, '08). He lives in Iowa City, IA where he teaches a weekly poetry workshop, Write. Poetry. Right. Now!, runs NEW NEW APOCALYPSE: a salon reading series, hosts The Seagull Society monthly storytelling open mic, and volunteers with the Iowa Youth Writing Project. He collects 8-tracks.

 

Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal

Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal was born in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico and now lives in Los Angeles. His first book of poetry, Raw Materials, was published by Pygmy Forest Press in 2004. Some of his poems are influenced by his work for the Department of Mental Health in Los Angeles. His chapbooks have been published by Kendra Steiner Editions, Deadbeat Press and New Polish Beat. Alternating Current Press will publish his chapbook, Songs For Oblivion, in 2011.

 

Taufiq bin Abdul Khalid

Taufiq bin Abdul Khalid is a solicitor working in a small law office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He has a son named Mikhail (aged 7) who dreams of becoming a venture capitalist.

 

In his younger days, a girl once described Taufiq as someone who can take three hours to describe an orange. Now much older, he spends less time contemplating fruits and more time observing this strange and beautiful world, and the amazing personalities that inhabit it. He blogs obsessively in the Sinners’ Almanac and is a master ping-pong player. Or so he claims.

 

Russell Streur

Russell Streur is a born-again dissident residing in Johns Creek, Georgia. He was hit over the head with a baseball bat swung by an insistent muse from Crete in May of 2004 and has been just fine ever since. His poetry has been published in the United States and in England, Ireland, Malaysia, Mauritius, Scotland and Switzerland.

 

He operates The Camel Saloon, an on-line speakeasy catering to dromedaries, malcontents and jewels of the world: http://thecamelsaloon.blogspot.com/ He also edits publications associated with The Camel Saloon including The Eye of the Needle and The Second Hump, and is co-publisher of Poets Democracy.


Russell Streur is a born-again dissident residing in Johns Creek, Georgia. He was hit over the head with a baseball bat swung by an insistent muse from Crete in May of 2004 and has been just fine ever since. His poetry has been published in the United States and in England, Ireland, Malaysia, Mauritius, Scotland and Switzerland.
 
He operates The Camel Saloon, an on-line speakeasy catering to dromedaries, malcontents and jewels of the world: http://thecamelsaloon.blogspot.com/ He also edits publications associated with The Camel Saloon including The Eye of the Needle and The Second Hump, and is co-publisher of Poets Democracy.

Russell Jaffe
Russell Jaffe holds an MFA in Poetry from Columbia College Chicago ('08') and is the founder and editor of Strange Cage (strangecage.org), a poetry chapbook press that also curates a reading series. He is the author of the chapbooks DOOM'D: zones 1 + 2 ('12) and so manifestoxoxo ('11), both published through Strange Cage, (accompanied by pushpins and balloons) (The Red Ceilings Press, 11), LITEROAST (Counterexample Poetics, '10), and note/worthy (Scantily Clad Press, '08). He lives in Iowa City, IA where he teaches a weekly poetry workshop, Write. Poetry. Right. Now!, runs NEW NEW APOCALYPSE: a salon reading series, hosts The Seagull Society monthly storytelling open mic, and volunteers with the Iowa Youth Writing Project. He collects 8-tracks.
 
Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal
Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal was born in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico and now lives in Los Angeles. His first book of poetry, Raw Materials, was published by Pygmy Forest Press in 2004. Some of his poems are influenced by his work for the Department of Mental Health in Los Angeles. His chapbooks have been published by Kendra Steiner Editions, Deadbeat Press and New Polish Beat. Alternating Current Press will publish his chapbook, Songs For Oblivion, in 2011.
 
Taufiq bin Abdul Khalid
Taufiq bin Abdul Khalid is a solicitor working in a small law office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He has a son named Mikhail (aged 7) who dreams of becoming a venture capitalist.
 
In his younger days, a girl once described Taufiq as someone who can take three hours to describe an orange. Now much older, he spends less time contemplating fruits and more time observing this strange and beautiful world, and the amazing personalities that inhabit it. He blogs obsessively in the Sinners’ Almanac and is a master ping-pong player. Or so he claims.

Russell Streur
Russell Streur is a born-again dissident residing in Johns Creek, Georgia. He was hit over the head with a baseball bat swung by an insistent muse from Crete in May of 2004 and has been just fine ever since. His poetry has been published in the United States and in England, Ireland, Malaysia, Mauritius, Scotland and Switzerland.
 
He operates The Camel Saloon, an on-line speakeasy catering to dromedaries, malcontents and jewels of the world: http://thecamelsaloon.blogspot.com/ He also edits publications associated with The Camel Saloon including The Eye of the Needle and The Second Hump, and is co-publisher of Poets Democracy.


Taufiq bin Abdul Khalid
Taufiq bin Abdul Khalid is a solicitor working in a small law office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He has a son named Mikhail (aged 7) who dreams of becoming a venture capitalist.
 
In his younger days, a girl once described Taufiq as someone who can take three hours to describe an orange. Now much older, he spends less time contemplating fruits and more time observing this strange and beautiful world, and the amazing personalities that inhabit it. He blogs obsessively in the Sinners’ Almanac and is a master ping-pong player. Or so he claims.

Russell Jaffe
Russell Jaffe holds an MFA in Poetry from Columbia College Chicago ('08') and is the founder and editor of Strange Cage (strangecage.org), a poetry chapbook press that also curates a reading series. He is the author of the chapbooks DOOM'D: zones 1 + 2 ('12) and so manifestoxoxo ('11), both published through Strange Cage, (accompanied by pushpins and balloons) (The Red Ceilings Press, 11), LITEROAST (Counterexample Poetics, '10), and note/worthy (Scantily Clad Press, '08). He lives in Iowa City, IA where he teaches a weekly poetry workshop, Write. Poetry. Right. Now!, runs NEW NEW APOCALYPSE: a salon reading series, hosts The Seagull Society monthly storytelling open mic, and volunteers with the Iowa Youth Writing Project. He collects 8-tracks. 
 
Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal was born in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico and now lives in Los Angeles. His first book of poetry, Raw Materials, was published by Pygmy Forest Press in 2004. Some of his poems are influenced by his work for the Department of Mental Health in Los Angeles. His chapbooks have been published by Kendra Steiner Editions, Deadbeat Press and New Polish Beat. Alternating Current Press will publish his chapbook, Songs For Oblivion, in 2011.
 

 
Russell Streur
Russell Streur is a born-again dissident residing in Johns Creek, Georgia. He was hit over the head with a baseball bat swung by an insistent muse from Crete in May of 2004 and has been just fine ever since. His poetry has been published in the United States and in England, Ireland, Malaysia, Mauritius, Scotland and Switzerland.
 
He operates The Camel Saloon, an on-line speakeasy catering to dromedaries, malcontents and jewels of the world: http://thecamelsaloon.blogspot.com/ He also edits publications associated with The Camel Saloon including The Eye of the Needle and The Second Hump, and is co-publisher of Poets Democracy.

 

Taufiq bin Abdul Khalid
Taufiq bin Abdul Khalid is a solicitor working in a small law office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He has a son named Mikhail (aged 7) who dreams of becoming a venture capitalist.
 
In his younger days, a girl once described Taufiq as someone who can take three hours to describe an orange. Now much older, he spends less time contemplating fruits and more time observing this strange and beautiful world, and the amazing personalities that inhabit it. He blogs obsessively in the Sinners’ Almanac and is a master ping-pong player. Or so he claims.
Russell Jaffe
Russell Jaffe holds an MFA in Poetry from Columbia College Chicago ('08') and is the founder and editor of Strange Cage (strangecage.org), a poetry chapbook press that also curates a reading series. He is the author of the chapbooks DOOM'D: zones 1 + 2 ('12) and so manifestoxoxo ('11), both published through Strange Cage, (accompanied by pushpins and balloons) (The Red Ceilings Press, 11), LITEROAST (Counterexample Poetics, '10), and note/worthy (Scantily Clad Press, '08). He lives in Iowa City, IA where he teaches a weekly poetry workshop, Write. Poetry. Right. Now!, runs NEW NEW APOCALYPSE: a salon reading series, hosts The Seagull Society monthly storytelling open mic, and volunteers with the Iowa Youth Writing Project. He collects 8-tracks. 
 
Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal was born in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico and now lives in Los Angeles. His first book of poetry, Raw Materials, was published by Pygmy Forest Press in 2004. Some of his poems are influenced by his work for the Department of Mental Health in Los Angeles. His chapbooks have been published by Kendra Steiner Editions, Deadbeat Press and New Polish Beat. Alternating Current Press will publish his chapbook, Songs For Oblivion, in 2011.
 
 
Russell Streur
Russell Streur is a born-again dissident residing in Johns Creek, Georgia. He was hit over the head with a baseball bat swung by an insistent muse from Crete in May of 2004 and has been just fine ever since. His poetry has been published in the United States and in England, Ireland, Malaysia, Mauritius, Scotland and Switzerland.
 
He operates The Camel Saloon, an on-line speakeasy catering to dromedaries, malcontents and jewels of the world: http://thecamelsaloon.blogspot.com/ He also edits publications associated with The Camel Saloon including The Eye of the Needle and The Second Hump, and is co-publisher of Poets Democracy.