George Lober’s poems have appeared in numerous publications and e-zines, including Sage; Red Wheelbarrow; Eclectic Literary Forum; Quarry West; Homestead Review; Porter Gulch Review; Sandhill Review; The Central California Poetry Journal; The Anthology of Monterey Bay Poets, 2004; MiPOesias; Lily; Caesura; and the Monterey Poetry Review. He is the author of two books of poems, Shift of Light (Hummingbird Press, 2002) and A Bridge to There (Hummingbird Press, 2009). He is a former winner of the Ruth Cable Memorial Prize for Poetry and currently lives in Monterey, California.
Ken Weisner lives in Santa Cruz and teaches writing at De Anza College in Cupertino where he edits Red Wheelbarrow. For fifteen years, Ken edited Quarry West out of U.C. Santa Cruz. His most recent collection of poems is Anything on Earth (2010, Hummingbird Press). His work has appeared on Sam Hamill’s “Poets Against the War” website, in The Music Lovers Poetry Anthology (Persea, 2007), on The Writer’s Almanac (2010) and in recent editions of the Chicago Quarterly Review, Porter Gulch Review, DMQ Review, Phren-Z, Perfume River Poetry Review and the Monterey Poetry Review.