JulieAnn Carter-Winward is the author of four novels, an award-winning poetry collection (No Apologies), a short story collection and a stage play. She is also a performance poet, public speaker and visual artist. Carter-Winward lives and writes in the mountains of Northern Utah.
Poet, novelist, singer, actor, former prisoner, and underground cult figure, Raegan Butcher's first collection of poetry "End of the World Graffiti" appeared in 1991. In 1994, he appeared in the Seattle indie film "The Year Of My Japanese Cousin." Two years later he was convicted of armed robbery and spent seven years in prison, during which time he composed the poems that would appear in his next highly regarded book of poetry "Stone Hotel" published in 2003. He lives in the Pacific Northwest with three ferrets, two dogs, and a cat who enjoys waking him at three in the morning.