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Buffalo Rooftop Poets: Day 2

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Matthew Baker Thompson resides in Buffalo, New York, which is far less snowy than the image in your head. He is the author of milquetoast.exe (2007) and Who knows? Nobody knows. (2008), both released by Bad Drone Media. His work has appeared in The Lanthorne and Elm Leaves. He was nominated to be a finalist in Artvoice's Best of Buffalo 2008, in the Best Poet/Spoken Word Artist category. He has never been named the World's Strongest Man. He maintains a website (matthewbakerthompson.com,) where he posts poems periodically. He works as an XML programmer for a technical consulting firm in Rochester, New York. Kim Chinquee is the author of Oh Baby (Ravenna Press), the forthcoming collection Pretty (White Pine Press) and is co-editor of the forthcoming anthology Online Writing: Best of the First Ten Years (Snowvigate Press). She lives in Buffalo, New York. Jennifer Campbell is an English Professor in Buffalo, New York, and co-editor of Earth’s Daughters feminist literary journal. Her poetry has appeared in Heart Lodge, Feile-Fiesta, Nerve Cowboy, Letterhead, Earth’s Daughters, Hudson View, Skyline Magazine, and Literary House. She received a Pushcart nomination in 2007 and her poem, “That Siren, Sleep,” appears in the anthology Mourning Sickness.