Archivi tag: Mark Young

“utsanga” #30-31

mark young’s new selected poetry book

Songs to Come for the Salamander; Selected Poems 2013-2021: selected & introduced by Thomas Fink  has just been co-published by Sandy Press & Meritage Press.

Mark Young 
Songs to Come for the Salamander; Selected Poems 2013-2021:
selected & introduced by Thomas Fink

Sandy Press & Meritage Press, 2021
396 pages
ISBN: 978-1-7368160-4-2
Available through Amazon

Chosen by Thomas Fink from the 29 books of text poetry by Mark Young published since 2013, Songs to Come for the Salamander is a companion piece to the 2008 Pelican Dreaming, also selected & edited by Thomas Fink, & the 600-page 2013 The Codicils, which Young describes as nine books in one. It again highlights the variety, sly humor, & concern for social & political issues that the author is internationally known for. Many of his regular tropes — “A line from . . .,” “Today the Postwo/man,” & geographies are included, but they are only a small part of this delightful sampling from the 2500 or so poems from Young that have appeared in the nine years this selection covers.

“Some readers might assume that particular, highly pessimistic generalizations in Young’s poems are actually Mark Young presenting his sense of doom. The little ditty “democracy” registers the claim that “no-one// knows the/ words to” the “song” (the concept of democracy) even though “every-/ one sings” it, and “since violence is learned” tells us that “tolerance is no/ longer available, is replaced by trauma.” Although nothing in the poems—not even such affirmations of aesthetic transport as “Constant Craving,” which speaks of music “that acts as/ axis to steady everything around”—makes one identify the poet as a bright-eyed optimist, various moments in the work display too much respect for the complexity of cause and effect, limitations of human perception, the transience of trends, and sudden appearances of the unexpected to place sustained credence in large generalizations and foregone conclusions.”

— from the Introduction by Thomas Fink.

Recent books by Mark Young from Sandy Press:
The Sasquatch Walks Among Us

die leere mitte, issue #10

otoliths, issue #58

Issue fifty-eight, the southern winter 2020 issue of Otoliths is now live, featuring Javant Biarujia’s The Taneraic Dictionary.

Accompanying that are contributions from Guy R. Beining, Kim Trainor, Louise Landes Levi, Texas Fontanella, Brandstifter, J.D. Nelson, Jim Leftwich, John M. Bennett, Sanjeev Sethi, Simon Perchik, Continua a leggere

otoliths: issue #57 is out

Issue fifty-seven of Otoliths, the southern autumn, 2020 issue, is now available online. It is dedicated to poet, publisher, & piano teacher Peter Ganick who passed away in April.

 It’s also the fourteenth birthday of Otoliths.

Once again it’s a wide-ranging issue, with work from Mason McClay, Michael Ruby, Brandstifter, Texas Fontanella, Sanjeev Sethi, bofa xesjum, Dylan Williams, Andrew Topel, Jim Meirose, bart plantenga, Willie Smith, J. D. Nelson, David Matthews, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Tom Montag, Ed Higgins, Olivier Schopfer, Clara B. Jones, Christian ALLE, Lynn Strongin, David Harrison Horton & Hidesaburo Saito, Daniel de Culla, J. Crouse, John M. Bennett, Diane Keys, Jim Leftwich, Matthew Stolte, Pete Spence, Mike Callaghan, Jack Galmitz, Guy R. Beining, Rich Murphy, Robert van Vliet, Cecelia Chapman, Jacob Kobina Ayiah Mensah, Adam Fieled, John Levy, Alexander Jorgensen, Stacey Allam, Xe M. Sánchez, Joann Renee Boswell, Anna Cates, Rose Knapp, Isabel Gómez de Diego, dan raphael, Elaine Woo, DAH, Thomas Fink, Michael Grotsky, Januário Esteves, Seth A. Howard, Linda King, R. Keith, hiromi suzuki, Joanna Walkden Harris, Scott Helmes, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, Randee Silv & Miriam Bloom, Joel Ephraims, Richard Kostelanetz, Carol Stetser, Kristin Garth, Sean Negus & Amelia Dale,  Barry Allen & Nika, Stuart Wheatley, Kenneth Rexroth, Lila Dunlap, John Sweet, Kim Trainor, H. Mark Webster, Eric Hoffman, Tony Beyer, Jeff Bagato, Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad, Keith Higginbotham, Bill Wolak, M.J. Iuppa, Barnaby Smith, Karl Kempton, Jonathan Minton, John McCluskey, Simon Perchik, Dennis Andrew S. Aguinaldo, Tim Gaze, Charles J. March III, Anna Hedenrud, Kelly Sauvage Angel, Elmedin Kadric, Kell Nelson, John C. Goodman, gobscure, Keith Nunes, Bob Heman, Jen Schneider, Tom Beckett, Michael O’Brien, Robert Beveridge, Judith Skillman, Hrishikesh Srinivas, Dave Read, Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal, C. Mehrl Bennett, Piet Nieuwland, Penelope Weiss, Nathan Anderson, billy cancel, Taofeek Ayeyemi, Paul Pfleuger, Jr., Alberto Vitacchio & Carla Bertola, Ric Carfagna, Gareth Morgan, Valery Oisteanu, Kristian Patruno, Francesco Aprile, Kyle Hemmings, Katrinka Moore, Marilyn Stablein, RC deWinter, Mark Danowsky, Jane Joritz-Nakagawa, Michael Brandonisio, Eileen R. Tabios, Chris Brown, Marcia Arrieta, Joshua Wilkerson, Bruno Neiva, Edward Kulemin, Paul Rossiter, J.D. Rage, Tim Wright, & Marilyn R. Rosenberg. 

print parts of Otoliths issue #54

The print parts of Otoliths issue fifty-four are now available from The Otoliths Storefront at Lulu. Details are below. There is currently a 15% discount available from Lulu for all books. The promotional code is ONEFIVE.

Part One
332 pages b&w
Direct link:

Part one of Otoliths issue fifty-four contains poems, a questionnaire, an introduction to a book, vispo, short stories, & prose poems by Tom Montag, DS Maolalaí, Lynn Strongin, Doug Bolling, Eric Hoffman, Irene Koronas, C.R.E. Wells, Owen Bullock, Daniel Y. Harris, Pete Spence, Sanjeev Sethi, Judith Roitman, Steve Dalachinsky, J. D. Nelson, Rich Murphy, Norman Abjorensen, Kevin Tosca, John Greiner, Steve Kirby, Jim Leftwich, Pat Nolan, Thomas Fink, Heath Brougher, Michael Orr, Olchar Lindsann, Volodymyr Bilyk, Jim Meirose, Caleb Puckett, Reuben Woolley, Mary Kasimor, Mark DeCarteret, Jonel Abellanosa, Dennis Andrew S. Aguinaldo, J. Crouse, Glenn Ingersoll, Richard Kostelanetz, Michael J Leach, Sophie Finlay & Matthew Hall, Erik Fuhrer, Janna Grace, B. T. Joy, Anne Gorrick, Ricki Garni, John M. Bennett, Linda M. Walker, Joel Chace, Joseph Buehler, Toby Fitch, Yoko Danno, Hugh Tribbey, Jeff Miller, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, Elmedin Kadric, M.J. Iuppa, Natsuko Hirata, Joe Balaz, Hrishikesh Srinivas, Robert Beveridge, Aidan Coleman, Javant Biarujia, Tony Beyer, Keith Higginbotham, Joseph Harrington, Clara B. Jones, Kristin Garth, Andrew Taylor, Jeff Harrison, Daniel f. Bradley, Penelope Weiss, Dave Read, Anna Cates, Sheila E. Murphy & Douglas Barbour, M. C. Rush, Tim Wright, Jen Schneider, William Repass, Ian Gibbins, Jill Jones, Holly Day, Timothy Pilgrim, Les Wicks, Tom Beckett, Bob Heman, John Pursch, Jesse Glass, & Martin Stannard.


Part Two
268 pages, full color
Direct link:

Part two of Otoliths issue fifty-four, the full color part, contains collages, photographs, vispo, assemblages, montages, paintings, & text poems by Edward Kulemin, Elaine Woo, Diane Keys, Kyle Hemmings, Jim Leftwich, Scott Helmes, Volodymyr Bilyk, hiromi suzuki, AG Davis, Daniel de Culla, John Martone, Sheila E. Murphy, John M. Bennett, Drew B. David, Márton Koppány, Thomas M. Cassidy, David Baptiste Chirot, Olivier Schopfer, Colin Stewart Jones, Brendan Slater, Kellyn Elson, Andrew Topel, Nick Nelson, Judith Skillman, Jim George, Jeff Bagato, Texas Fontanella & Stuart Wheatley, Keith Nunes, Sacha Archer, John Levy, Marilyn Stablein, Cecelia Chapman & Jeff Crouch, gobscure, Marcia Arrieta, Gian Luigi Braggio, Mary Ellen Derwis, John McCluskey, R. Keith, Michael Brandonisio, Ella Skilbeck-Porter, Kristian Patruno, & Demosthenes Agrafiotis.


Part Three
68 pages, full color
Direct link:

Part three of Otoliths issue fifty-four is a full color chapbook which contains discourses 5 & 6 by Karl Kempton.

“les échiquiers effrontés”, by mark young

“Duchamp’s Nude came eddying down the staircase carrying a chessboard & some sort of dictionary. ‘Your move,’ she said. I started with ‘angular.’ She won in less than ten moves. Kept on winning. Even when I painted the board red she beat me. It wasn’t until I started opening with Smurfs or the sigils of YouTube & Facebook, things she’d never seen before, that I began to be competitive. I finally won when I brought Nelson Mandela forward. That’s when Daddy stepped in. I never won again. ‘A readymade Mark,’ he called me,” Mark Young – Conceptual and surrealist visual poetry constructed on chessboard grids by the Australia-based poet and editor of the international journal, Otoliths. 

“a large and complex constellation, with no discernible center” (jim leftwich)

Jim Leftwich: “Look through these linked sites and you will find​ the work of hundreds of writers and artists. […] a large and complex constellation, with no discernible center”.

textimagepoetry / flickr

lost and found times archives, ed. john m. bennett

the ohio state university avant writing collections
the journal of the institute for study & application, kohoutenberg​, edited by scott macleod​

otoliths archives, ed. mark young

xPress(ed) ebooks

xStream magazine


arrum press

gradient books


nonlinear poetry

self-similar writing


merisusi puolaksi (in Finnish)

codes-writing (not working because of lost server)

consonant clusters

open scores

blue lion books

ankkuri (Finnish experimental publishing)

medulla (vispo, only one book/issue published)

linklists project

Maybe you’ve already noticed that is posting lists of links.

Here they are (and will be):

Just contribute to this living archive of stuff on line. Send your own list to Slowforward.
(Links to your blogs and sites).

Slowforward has already published links to works of Billy Bob Beamer, Jim Leftwich, differx, Márton Koppány, Crank Sturgeon, Mark Young, John M. Bennett, Tomislav Butkovic.

Slowforward owes the idea of this ongoing project to Jim Leftwich.

And also: support net (neutrality). Spread lists. Store works. Open accounts. Publish stuff on line. Send lists to Slowforward. Publish lists in your personal sites and blogs.

mark young on line

new zealand electronic poetry centre

The University of Auckland Library,contains,mark%20young,%201941,AND&tab=combined&search_scope=Combined_All&sortby=rank&vid=NEWUI&mode=advanced&offset=0


Ohio State University Collection

gamma ways

mark young’s Series Magritte

Pelican Dreaming

won des laits

Otoliths archives

The Otoliths Storefront

gradient books

The Series Magritte e-books (x 3)
moria books

Four Books from Meritage Press
(includes the Kervinen/Young collaborative e-book The Oracular Sonnets)

The Argotist Online
Mark Young interviewed by Sheila E. Murphy

some geographies (e-book)

Fai clic per accedere a SOME%20GEOGRAPHIES.pdf

otoliths, issue #47

Otoliths issue forty-seven, the southern autumn issue, is now live.

It contains work from Mary Kasimor, M. Leland Oroquieta, Texas Fontanella, differx, Bill Yarrow, Jim Leftwich, Steve Dalachinsky, Vernon Frazer, Andrew Topel, Philip Byron Oakes, j4, Kyle Hemmings, Sanjeev Sethi, Karl Kempton, Robert van Vliet, Heath Brougher, hiromi suzuki & Márton Koppány, Kevin Tosca, Karen Downs-Barton, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Seth Howard, Aurélien Leif, John M. Bennett, Lakey Comess, Drew B. David, Howie Good, Olivier Schopfer, Dah,  Raymond Farr, Carol Stetser, Adam Fieled, Joe Balaz, Martin Edmond, Jill Chan, Thomas M. Cassidy, osvaldo cibils, Neil Leadbeater, Christopher Barnes, Pete Spence, Ken Bolton, Dawn Nelson Wardrope, Ben Oost, Piet Nieuwland, Stephen Nelson, dan raphael, gobscure, Travis Cebula, Stuart Barnes, J.J. Campbell, Pearl Button, Nika + Jim McKinniss, Penelope Weiss, Brendan Slater, Jack Kelly, Bryony Bodimeade, Tony Beyer, Cecelia Chapman, William Allegrezza, David Baptiste Chirot, Willie Smith, Cheryl Penn, Obododimma Oha, Michael Brandonisio, Kenneth Rexroth, John Levy, Richard Kostelanetz & Igor Satanovsky, Luigi Coppola, Keith Nunes, Jesse Glass, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, David Lohrey, Scott MacLeod, Tom Beckett, Angad Agora, Jeff Harrison, Gregory Stephenson, Simon Perchik, wiggly jones, Michael Gould, Shloka Shankar, Volodymyr Bilyk, Marcia Arrieta, Cindy Hochman,  Bob Heman, Jack Galmitz, Jeff Bagato, Andrew Galan, Barnaby Smith, Edward Kulemin, Indigo Perry, Paul T. Lambert, John Pursch, Marilyn Stablein, J.D. Nelson, Carey Scott Wilkerson, Cherie Hunter Day, Bela Farkas, Menkah, Erik-John Fuhrer, Diane Keys, & Ishita Basu Mallik.


otoliths, issue #44

Issue forty-four of Otoliths is out. The contents here.

Included in this issue are Eileen R. Tabios, Sheila E. Murphy, Steve Dalachinsky, Andrew Topel, Brandon Nakasato, Cecelia Chapman, David Lohrey, C. R. E. Wells, Norman M. Gendelman, Texas Fontanella, Philip Byron Oakes, Caitlin Rose Doyle, Keith Walker, John Xero, David Dick, Kyle Hemmings, Mary Claire Garcia, Jesse Glass, Arpine Konyalian Grenier, Philip Elliott, Sanjeev Sethi, sean burn, Kirk Robinson & Garin Cycholl & William Allegrezza, Bill Wolak, Pete Spence, Jim Leftwich, John M. Bennett, Thomas M. Cassidy, osvaldo cibils, Kelly J. Powell, harry k stammer, Raymond Farr, John Amen, Lucianna Chixaro Ramos, a.j. carruthers, Olivier Schopfer, Joel Chace, Carol Stetser, Les Wicks, Volodymyr Bilyk, Lana Bella, Diana Magallón, Clara B. Jones, Laurent Grison & Yvon Guillou, Meeah Williams, Michael Berton, Michael Farrell, Anatoly Kudryavitsky, Charles Borkhuis & John McCluskey, Lakey Comess, John Martone, Evan Gray, Willie Smith, Allen Forrest, M. Leland Oroquieta, hiromi suzuki, Jack Galmitz, Mason Keys, Joe Balaz, Luisa-Evelina Stifii, Howie Good, Matina L. Stamatakis, George Moore, Drew B. David, Adam Levon Brown, Márton Koppány, Michael Caylo-Baradi, Carlyle Baker, J. Crouse, Richard Kostelanetz, Heath Brougher, Anwer Ghani, J. Ray Paradiso, AG Davis, Joanna Thomas, Kasy Long, Heller Levenson, Tom Snarsky, Dawn Nelson Wardrope, cathy aragon, Jeff Harrison, Marco Giovenale, John W. Sexton, Eugenia Hepworth Petty, bruno neiva, Stu Hatton, Ian Gibbins, dan raphael, Alberto Vitacchio, Douglas Penick,  Nika & Jim McKinniss, Alan Summers, Jeff Bagato, Mariapia Fanna Roncoroni, Michael O’Brien, M.J. Iuppa, Carla Bertola, Andrew Galan, Katrinka Moore, Thom Sullivan, Joseph Veronneau, Marcia Arrieta, Sean Negus, Shloka Shankar, Seth Howard, Paul T. Lambert, John Pursch, Ella Skilbeck-Porter, Linda M. Walker, Tony Beyer, Edward Kulemin, PT Davidson, Michael Brandonisio, Adam Fieled, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Angad Arora, Bob Heman, Carol Ciavonne, Sheila Windsor & Brendan Slater, Stephen J. Williams, Marilyn Stablein, Felino A. Soriano, Louie Crew Clay, Peter Bakowski, David Heg & Nicolette Wong, Francesca Jurate Sasnaitis, J. D. Nelson, & Marilyn R. Rosenberg & Ann R. Shapiro.

Also: take a loot at Thomas Fink’s new interview site, Dichtung Yammer, where Mark Young, editor of Otoliths, is interviewed by Tim Wright about the Otoliths journey.

otoliths, issue #43 now on line


Issue forty-three (the southern spring 2016 issue) of Otoliths is now live & available for your reading & viewing pleasure

featuring works in a variety of styles & a variety of media from

Jesse Glass, El Habib Louai, Scott MacLeod, Maria Damon & Alan Sondheim, Dennis Andrew S. Aguinaldo, Cecelia Chapman, Pete Spence, Kyle Hemmings, Heath Brougher, Volodymyr Bilyk, George McKim, Nicole Pottier, John J. Trause, Sanjeev Sethi, Ian Ganassi, Jim Leftwich, Willie Smith, Philip Byron Oakes, Mary Claire Garcia, Douglas Barbour & Sheila E. Murphy, AG Davis, Peter Ganick, differx (Marco Giovenale), Jim Meirose, Mark Roberts, Olivier Schopfer, William Repass, Texas Fontanella, Michael Gottlieb, John W. Sexton, Edward A. Dougherty, Eric Hoffman, hiromi suzuki, Simon Perchik, John M. Bennett, Ivan Argüelles, Scott Helmes, John Xero, Pat Nolan, Andrew Topel, Daniel John Pilkington, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Raymond Farr, Lakey Comess, Bill Dunlap, Christopher Barnes, Robert Okaji, Jeff Bagato, Nico Vassilakis, Mitchell Garrard, Keith Higginbotham, Fabrice Poussin, Richard Kostelanetz, Sabine Miller, Meeah Williams, sean burn, Louise Landes Levi, Brendan Slater, Oscar Towe, Tom Beckett, Mark McKain, Jürgen O. Olbrich,  Sneha Subramanian Kanta, Jorge Lucio de Campos, Eileen R. Tabios, Andrea Mason, Joe Balaz, Michael Caylo-Baradi, Jacqueline M. Pérez, Owen Bullock, Roger Mitchell, Steve Dalachinsky, Jeff Harrison, Aurélien Leif, Holly Day, Stephen Vincent, Carol Stetser, nick nelson, Seth Howard, Taylor Leigh Ciambra, Poornima Laxmeshwar, Hamish Spark, Márton Koppány, Alicia Cole, Cara Murray, bruno neiva, Jack Kelly, Mark Cunningham, Massimo Stirneri, Matt Dennison, Olchar E. Lindsann, Karen Greenbaum-Maya, Darren Marsh, Nika & Jim McKinniss, Natsuko Hirata, Tony Beyer, Edward Kulemin, John Pursch, Irene Koronas, Darren C. Demaree, nick-e melville, Josette Torres, Shloka Shankar, Piotr Kalisz,  Ella Skilbeck-Porter, Bob Heman, Garima Behal, Paul T. Lambert, J. D. Nelson, Michael Brandonisio, Eddie Donoghue, Katrinka Moore, Indigo Perry, & Marilyn Stablein.

Also, the print parts of Issue forty-two are now available from The Otoliths Storefront. Issue forty-three will be available by the middle of November. Continua a leggere

otoliths, issue #41

OTOLITHS, issue #41
Pam Brown, Jesse Glass, Philip Byron Oakes, Marco Diotallevi, Travis Cebula, Charles Borkhuis, Kyle Hemmings, Daniel Y. Harris, Jack Galmitz, Mark Melnicove, Michael Allen, Raymond Farr, Jennifer MacBain-Stephens, Texas Fontanella, Jane Joritz-Nakagawa, Archana Kapoor Nagpal, Pete Spence, Joel Chace, AG Davis, Márton Koppány, Sanjeev Sethi, Martin Law, Gheorghe Marian Neguțu, Niloofar Fanaiyan, Tomás Sánchez Hidalgo, Andrew Brenza, Luisa-Evelina Stifii, John M. Bennett, John M. Bennett & Baron, John M. Bennett & Jim Leftwich, Tim Suermondt, Scott MacLeod, John W. Sexton, Andrew Topel, Francesco Aprile, Catherine Vidler, Olivier Schopfer, Lakey Comess, Louise Landes Levi, Richard Kostelanetz, bruno neiva, Hugh Schwarz, Timothy Pilgrim, Billy Cancel, Cecelia Chapman, Amelia Dale, sean burn, Zachary Scott Hamilton, Bill DiMichele, Javant Biarujia, Valeria Sangiorgi, Steve Dalachinsky, Charles Freeland, Michael Prihoda, Bobbi Lurie, Glen Armstrong, Jeff Harrison, Martin H. Levinson, Carol Stetser, Christopher Barnes, hiromi suzuki, sutcliffe lovingood, Edward Kulemin, Laurent Grison, Ana Prundaru, Clara B. Jones, Marco Giovenale, William Garvin, Stephen Nelson, Aidan Coleman, Rebecca Eddy, Bob Heman, Annette Plasencia, Bogdan Puslenghea, Carla Bertola, Tom Beckett, Alberto Vitacchio, Susan Gangel, Jeff Bagato, Kit Kennedy, Owen Bullock, J. D. Nelson, Brendan Slater, John Pursch, Ginny O’Brien & Michael Basinski, Matthew Carbery, Karl Kempton, Seth Howard, Sal Randolph, Gian Luigi Braggio, Robert Lee Brewer, Shloka Shankar, Shloka Shankar & Bill Waters, Tony Beyer, Marcia Arrieta, Tim Wright, Arpine Konyalian Grenier, Michael Brandonisio, Eric Hoffman, Reijo Valta, & Katrinka Moore.

“otoliths”, issue #38

Issue thirty-eight of Otoliths, the southern winter, 2015, issue, has just gone live:

The list of contributors:
Cecelia Chapman, Felino A. Soriano, Texas Fontanella, Heath Brougher, George McKim, Kyle Hemmings, Philip Byron Oakes, Jim Leftwich, Paul Summers, Annette Plasencia, Steve Dalachinsky, Karl Kempton, Vernon Frazer, Pete Spence, Eileen R. Tabios, Anna Ryan-Punch, Toby Fitch, Olivier Schopfer, Carlyle Baker, Lakey Comess, A. A. Kostas, John M. Bennett, Cheryl Penn, Joel Chace, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Jack Galmitz, Ric Carfagna, Owen Vince, Keith Kumasen Abbott, Russell Bennetts & Rauan Klassnik, Marco Giovenale, David Greenslade, Chris Moran, Alyson Miller, Raymond Farr, John Pursch, Richard Kostelanetz, Michael Jacobson, hiromi suzuki, Tyler Pruett, Rosaire Appel, Lee Ballentine, Jessie Janeshek, Márton Koppány, Sal Randolph, Jim McCrary, John Lowther, Sabine Miller, Volodymyr Bilyk, Howie Good, John Martone, Tim Wright, Eric Hoffman, Bill Wolak, Jeff Harrison, David Adès, Kathup Tsering, Natsuko Hirata, Tim Gaze, Daniel Pilkington, sean burn, Patrick Williams, Rob Stuart, Amelia Dale, Spencer Selby, Tony Beyer, Cecelia Chapman & Jeff Crouch, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, Carol Stetser, Joe Balaz, Bobbi Lurie, Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, Ed Baker, Emma Corcoran, Sean Bolton, bruno neiva, Barnaby Smith, dan raphael, PT Davidson, Sheila E. Murphy, Cherie Hunter Day, A. Scott Britton, Marco Diotallevi, Willie Smith, Susan Connolly, SS Prasad, Michael Brandonisio, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Mark Russell, Bob Heman, Ian Gibbins, J. D. Nelson, Lotto Thießen, Sam Langer, harry k stammer, & Katrinka Moore.