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BIOS & LINKS (alphabetical)

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Robin Bisio
Your Flesh Shall Be a Poem

Robin Bisio’s award-winning dance films have been screened at film fests worldwide, including six years at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Palm Springs International Short Fest, Dance On Camera, Danza Di Napoli, Festival Du Films Independents/Brussels, Chicks With Flicks, Hollywood Short Pictures Film Fest, Wine Country Film Fest and many others. Her aim is to present indigenous dance that celebrates landscape. Bisio studied at the Sorbonne, UCSB and UC Berkeley where she received an MA in English with emphasis on the structure of the novel. She was born in San Francisco and raised in the Bay Area. See more at


Lucas Cain Cushanick

Silent Partner of Nauset Press

Lucas Cain provides unstinting support to Nauset Press. Without his assistance, Nauset Press would be far more limited.


Bryant L. Clifford
The Monarch of Evening Time

The artist is anonymous.
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Jane Fine
Contents Under Pressure
Represented by Pierogi Gallery. See more at


Linda Ganjian
Fine Art Prints
Linda Ganjian was born in Brighton, Massachusetts, and raised in the suburbs of Boston. She received her B.A. (with a major in painting) from Bard College in 1992 and her M.F.A. from Hunter College CUNY in 1998. Some exhibition highlights include: Artspace, New Haven, CT (un(spoken) 2009), National Academy of Design (Invitational 2008), Socrates Sculpture Park (EAF 2007), Queens Museum, (Queens International 2006), the Brooklyn Museum of Art (Open House: Working in Brooklyn 2004), and Stedelijk museum de Lakenhal in Leiden, Holland (2001). See more at


Dora Händel
The Peripatetic Sketchbook; I and II
Dora Händel likes all kinds of photographs, from landscape to studio; from collodion-process to digital. She has shown her work at Pingree Gallery (East Hamptons, New York); Pink Pony (solo show) New York City; Käthe Be (solo show), Berlin; Germany; Artemisia Gallery, Chicago; and her work has been published in Blindspot Magazine.


Roberta Harper-McIntosh
The Land and Her Vanity
Roberta Harper-McIntosh comes from the military-settled prairie of North America. Born on Warren Air Force Base to Wyoming homesteaders, she grew up in various points on the globe, finally settling in the Hudson Valley to attend  Bard College, and for a few years of exposure to all that is yin and miasmatic. Now back in Wyoming, she is raising her son and working toward practicing as a psychotherapist and homeopath.


Karyn Kloumann
Founder of Nauset Press; Tiny Shells of Abaco
Karyn Kloumann is the publisher and an author at Nauset Press. She graduated from Bard College with a BFA. She worked as a production editor at Condé Nast for ten years. Karyn grew up on Cape Cod and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York with her spouse and cat. See more at and


Jesse Lambert
Fine Art Prints
Jesse Lambert was born in Hudson, NY in 1972. He grew up in rural New Hampshire and New York City. Jesse received a BFA from Cooper Union in 1994 and an MFA in Painting from Hunter College in 1998. In the summer of 1993 he attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Jesse has had one-person shows at Ningyo Editions, Watertown, MA; Matter Gallery in Portland, ME; at Miller Block Gallery, Boston and at the Roger Smith Gallery in New York City.  He currently lives in Jackson Heights, NY and works in Long Island City, NY. See more at


Eliot Markell
Fine Art Prints
 "I’ve never been a virtuoso; just a grind-it-out, seat-of-my-pants kind of artist. I prefer the hands-on ethic of vigorous, yet nuanced craft that proposes an interpretative aesthetic." Markell has exhibited extensively in Brooklyn, NY and New York City. See more at



Virginia Mayo
Dit Huis is Bewoond [This House is Inhabited]
Virginia Mayo grew up on Cape Cod, where she first became interested in photography. She received a BFA from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts and attended Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California. She is currently a working photojournalist in Brussels, Belgium.



Caitlin Grace McDonnell

Looking for Small Animals

Caitlin Grace McDonnell was a New York Times Fellow at NYU in 1995-97, where she was awarded the Washington Square Poetry Award. She has received fellowships from Yaddo, Blue Mountain Center and the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. Currently, she teaches English in NYC public schools, and hangs out with her three-year-old daughter, Kaya Hope.



Michelle Meier

Famous Geranium

Michelle Meier is a writer, artist and educator from New York City. Michelle received an MFA in Photography + Related Media from the School of Visual Arts. Her work has appeared in POOL Poetry, The Dialogist, The 2River View, and elsewhere. In 2011, she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in poetry. Famous Geranium is her first collection of poems.


Linda Neaman

Dead Stuff
Linda Neaman is a graphic artist and book lover. She has published two previous books, Foot Facts with Top Stories and Sex & Monsters through Hallwalls Gallery She lives in Brooklyn, New York and in a cabin in the Catskill Mountains.


Ami Plasse

Ami Underground

Ami (short for Amitai, ahh-mee-tie) Plasse is a NYC native artist with a pile of sketchbooks THIS HIGH (picture a 6’4” bald man reaching real high). He is a 1995 graduate of  Parsons School of Design, with a BFA in Illustration. He has worked as an illustrator, art director and animator and has lived/worked in Israel and Italy. From 2007-2011 he compiled a collection of almost 2000 drawings of the moments and characters he encountered on his daily subway ride between Brooklyn and Manhattan. He now happily resides in Austin, TX with his wife and 3 boys, longing only for the screech of the train car and those 2 million characters he shared his commute with. See more at



Jeanne Tremel
Fine Art Prints

Jeanne Tremel works and lives in Brooklyn. See more at



Moonching Wu

Fine Art Prints

Born and raised in Taiwan, Moonching Wu immigrated to the United States at 10 years old. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts with honors from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City in 1998. Since 1997, she has worked as a designer and production artist for numerous individual and corporate clients, including Condé Nast Publications and the short lived but well loved magazine BREATHE. She also served as the interpreter and studio assistant for the renowned Chinese artist Cai Guo Qiang, a job which not only took her around the world, but also rekindled her interest in Chinese philosophy and culture. Dedicated to the wisdom of Chinese antiquity, Moonching applies science and philosophy from both the Eastern and Western traditions in her practice of Chinese medicine to diagnose and treat with a classical interpretation and focus. See more at;







































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