The Writers and Artists inEchoes

  

NOTE: Bios were provided by the writers and were current as of the date originally prepared. (Shown near the end of each listing.)

QR (updated October 14,1997)

Doug Rennie taught American and European history fortwenty-seven years before he moved to Portland in 1992 and startedwriting full-time. "I started writing stories when I was ten or so,"he says. "The instant I finished one, I'd take it to my grandmotherand watch her face as she read it. That's why I write: to tellstories that affect those who read them."(8/95) . "Burn-Out" - Issue #10

Jack Rickard, sixty-one, taught American and world historyfor twenty-five years at Central High School in Phoenix, Arizona. Heis also an artist whose paintings depict myths and folk tales ofJapanese Kabuki drama. He has been writing poetry for about a yearnow, and he mentions some of his favorite poets as Brendan Galvin andNaomi Shihab Nye. Jack qualified for the 400 meter event in the 1997National Senior Olympics. (12/96) "Fish World" - Issue #16

Edward J. Rielly grew up on a farm in Wisconsin and nowchairs the English department at Saint Joseph's College in Windham,Maine, where he also teaches a variety of courses, including creativewriting. In addition to poetry, Edward writes fiction, book reviews,and some nonfiction articles. He has several scholarly books to hiscredit, including a book on the poetry of the Vietnam war.(6/95) . "The Empirical Idealist"& "The World Is Perfect" - Issue #9

Kristine Ryan is a senior in high school, where she enjoysart, French, reading, and writing articles for the undergroundnewspaper. Among her many interests outside of school, Krissy enjoysbiking, swimming, role-playing games, and collecting "vast amounts"of comic books. (8/94) "Willow"- Issue #4


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