|Meet the artists of the stories that appeared on the pages of The Lorelei Signal during the year.
Born a military brat in Elmendorf, Alaska, she has otherwise grown up and
lived in Warrensburg, Mo, where she currently resides with her husband and
two cats. She is, at the moment, an illustration major at Central Missouri State
University, at least until the spring.
With her very small amount of spare time she loves drawing, painting, sewing,
wood carving, printing, and nearly everything there is to love about the SCA, a
Medieval recreation organization she has been involved with since she was but
a wee child.
Lee Kuruganti resides in Littleton, Colorado near the foothills of the Rocky
Mountains. She is a Metropolitan State College of Denver student graduating
with honors in Fall 2006 with an English B.A. degree in Creative Writing and
Studio Art minor. Visit her online portfolio:
Marge Ballif Simon free lances as a writer-poet-illustrator for genre
and mainstream publications such as From the Asylum, Chizine, The
Pedestal Magazine, Strange Horizons, Flashquake, Aeon, Vestal
Review, Flash Me Magazine, more. She has three collections coming
out in 2007: Vectors: A Week in the Death of a Planet with Charlee
Jacob, Dark Regions Press, and self illustrated Like Birds in the Rain,
Sam’s Dot Publications and (also self-illustrated) Night Smoke, with
Bruce Boston, Kelp Queen Publications. Her self illustrated poetry
collection, Artist of Antithesis, was nominated for a Bram Stoker
award in 2004. Marge is former president of the Science Fiction
Poetry Association and now serves as editor of Star*Line.