Roland—in his own mind—is arguably the most important novelist of the last fifty years, since Hemingway perhaps. The self-delusion is especially apparent when you consider he’s never written a novel of any kind whatsoever in his entire life. He’s really a short story guy, and his fiction has really and truly been rejected by dozens of the most esteemed literary publications worldwide. Some of his stories have even been published, too. When he can, Roland also writes non-fiction features for magazines, reviews books for the San Francisco Chronicle, and reviews albums for OnlineRock. He is a graduate of San Diego State University’s MFA program, where he was assistant editor of Fiction International. His Web site is www.rolandgoity.com
John works remotely, from atop a fire lookout in the Utah wilderness. He has collaborated closely with Goity and Martinez for years, but has never met either one of them in person. He was a professional magician at age 8, which damaged him severely for life, and led him to live as a recluse. John attributes his more recent efforts to reach out to the rest of the world to those mushrooms that college kid from Syracuse gave him last November. When he is not writing bogus autobiographical statements, he is working on a documentary film, The Church of Reality.
My name is Teseleanu George and I live in Bucharest, Romania. I am a Mathematics student, but in my free time I like to create collages. I choose collage as an art form because it offers me the opportunity to express myself. Since I have no talent in drawing or painting, collage was a great discovery for me. This kind of artwork is truly a democratic form of art. My inspiration comes from the surreal and dada art movement, that translates in dream like ideas and anti-logic thoughts. If you want to see all my works you can visit my gallery at hrn.deviantart.com.
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