The Writers and Artists inEchoes
NOTE: Bios were provided by the writers and were current as of the date originally prepared.
(updated October 14,1997)
Robyn Kehoe is a student at Northwestern University, in acombined education and English major. She is be completing theEnglish literature portion of her major at Oxford. A native of SanFrancisco, Robyn keeps warm through the Chicago winters by writingshort stories and poetry, and daydreaming about a career as a writer.Robyn tells us that she began writing in kindergarten ("starting withthe letter A") and no one has been able to stop her since!(5/95) .
Carmen Koblitz is a freelance writer who was born inZurich, Switzerland, in 1958. She immigrated to Canada in 1966 and isworking part-time and happily raising her two children. Her love forwriting grew out of a creative writing class she took in high school,where she received honors in poetry. (6/96)"The Hurricane" - Issue #14
Philip C. Kolin is fifty and a professor of English at theUniversity of Southern Mississippi. He has written a number of booksand is one of the founding editors of the award-winning journalStudies in American Drama, 1945 Present. Kolin has beenwriting poems since his college days in Chicago and is fascinated andinspired by religious rituals and metaphysical images. Histwenty-one-year-old daughter, Kristin, is also a poet, "though farless sentimental than my dad." (3/96) ."The Floor Man" - Issue #12
Laird D. Kopp is a twenty-one-year-old senior at HaverfordCollege, in Pennsylvania, where, in addition to reading and writing,he enjoys singing in an a cappella choir and playing intramuralbasketball. Laird grew up in Buxton, Maine, and as a child, he wantedto learn to write "like his mom." He feels that his most genuinepoems center around his family and home.(2/96)
"Down by Darby Brook"
David Kowalczyk lives in Phoenix, Arizona, where he isworking on a novel. His publications include A GentleMetamorphosis as well as stories in Oxalis, MarylandReview, and a number of other magazines. He claims to haveabsolutely no insights concerning the writing process, which remains"a form of demonic possession." (10/95) .
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