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Rob Plath is The Whirligigzine's poetry editor. He has published hundreds of poems in well over one hundred magazines and journals in print and online. He has three books of poetry out: Ashtrays and Bulls (Liquid Paper Press 2003), An IV Bag Full Of Bile (Scintillating Publications 2007) and the recently published Whiskey and Clay (Pudding House Publications 2007), which can be ordered by contacting Jennifer at pudding house at firstname.lastname@example.org. Rob has three books forthcoming in 2007/2008: Sour Milk For The Soulless (Cat Scan Press), My Soul Is A Broken Down Valise (Pooka Press) and Tapping Ashes In The Dark (Lummox Press).
Rob once studied with Allen Ginsberg at Brooklyn College from '95-97 and performed on a spoken word CD "Northport Celebrates Jack" --a tribute to Jack Kerouac featuring David Amram. Being poetry editor here is his latest "gig".
J.D. Finch -- refering to himself now in the third person because he's the editor and he can if he feels like it -- has worked for northern New Jersey newspapers as a columnist, reporter and photographer. He's written on film for publications like Cinefantastique and Fangoria and on collectibles for Scott's Monthly, among others. Currently he writes a column for The Journal Of Antiques and Collectibles, published in Sturbridge Mass. His fiction has appeared on the Internet at nealpollack.com and pindeldyboz.com, eyeshot.net, and mcsweeneys.net and in print in national magazines. He once tweaked a well-known lit zine by publishing McStoney's, a parody bordering on hoax that has done nothing for the author's reputation, neither in these United States nor abroad.