Contributors to Poetry Salzburg Review Z

SIEGFRIED ZADEMACK, born 1952 in Bremen, is a German Surrealist Artist. He has worked as a freelance artist since 1980. His work has been exhibited internationally. His surrealistic visionary paintings are often ironical, deal with mythology and metaphysics, and probe into the depths of the human soul. [PSR 13] [PSR 25]

VASSILIS ZAMBARAS was born in Greece, and returned there after twenty-five years in the USA. He teaches at the language school he founded in 1977 in Meligalas, and has published two small volumes of poetry: Sentences (Querencia, 1976) and Aural (Singing Horse, 1984). More recent work can be found in The London Magazine, First Intensity, and Shearsman. [PSR 2] [PSR 3] [PSR 6] [PSR 9] [PSR 11] [PSR 14] [PSR 18]

ALESSIO ZANELLI, born in 1963, lives in Cremona, northern Italy. His work has appeared in Acumen, California Quarterly, Italian Americana, Other Poetry, and Poetry New Zealand. His fourth collection, Over Misty Plains, was published by Indigo Dreams in 2012. He is the poetry editor of Private Photo Review and the Italian Stanza Representative for the Poetry Society of London.[PSR 7][PSR 24][PSR 26] [PSR 32]

ANDREW ZAWACKI (born 1972) is an American poet, critic, editor, and translator. He has co-edited the literary magazine Verse with Brian Henry since 1995 andhas taught at the University of Georgia since 2005. He is the author of three collections, Petals of Zero Petals of One (Talisman House, 2009), Anabranch (Wesleyan UP, 2004), and By Reason of Breakings (U of Georgia P, 2002), and a chapbook, Masquerade (Vagabond, 2001).[PSR 15]

MOTOKIYO ZEAMI (1363-1443) was the principal figure in the development of the Japanese Noh play. Kinuta is oneof his most favoured plays and is highly valued today for its beauty and the difficult and demanding role of the main female role.[PSR 6]

For thirteen years JOHN ZEDOLIK taught English and Latin in a private school. His PhD thesis was on the pragmatic comedy of the Canterbury Tales. He has had poems published in The Alembic, Ascent Aspirations, The Journal, Pulsar Poetry Webzine, Third Wednesday, and Transom. A full-length collection, Salient Points and Sharp Angles (WordTech Communications), is scheduled for July 2019. [PSR 33]

Born in LA, LUCIEN ZELL is an expatriate writer based in Prague. A one-handed polymath, besides the miracle-trickle of cash derived from poetry, he works professionally as a singer-songwriter, a photographer, and an actor. Last year his first American poetry collection Tiny Kites was published by Dos Madres in Ohio. His latest alternative-rock album Fall into Flight is available on iTunes and Spotify. In fall 2022 his first orchestral work, Carnival of Shades, a co-operation with Dutch composer Peter-Jan Wagemans, will premiere in Amsterdam.[PSR 36]

JOHN ZHENG teaches at Mississippi Valley State University where he also edits two journals, Valley Voices: A Literary Review and Journal of Ethnic American Literature. He is the author of A Way of Looking (Silverfish Review Press, 2021), which won the Gerald Cable Book Award, Enforced Rustication in the Chinese Cultural Revolution (Texas Review Press, 2019), and editor of Conversations with Dana Gioia (UP of Mississippi, 2021). He has received two artist fellowships from Mississippi Arts Commission. [PSR 38]

ALAN ZHUKOVSKI's poetry and translations have appeared in The London Magazine, New Statesman, Ambit, The Threepenny Review, Oxford Poetry, Agenda, Acumen, Asymptote, The Manchester Review, and The Fortnightly Review. [PSR 37]

JENNIFER ZIELIŃSKA is an American freelance translator who makes her home in Sopot, Poland.[PSR 11]

DAVID ZIEROTH's sixth book of poems is Crows Do Not Have Retirement (Harbour Publishing, 2001). He won the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize for his fifth book, How I Joined Humanity at Last (Harbour, 1998). His poems have appeared in more than thirty-five anthologies, including A Matter of Spirit: Recovery of the Sacred in Contemporary Canadian Poetry (Ekstasis, 1998). His memoir, The Education of Mr. Whippoorwill: A Country Boyhood will be published in fall 2002 by Macfarlane Walter & Ross. [PSR 3]

ZORAN ZINZOVSKI is a Sydney-based poet. Born in Bitola, Macedonia. His poetry has been published in Australia and Japan. Educated at the University of Tasmania School of Art, and at the Sydney College of the Arts. He has received a 1998 Editor's Choice Award from the International Library of Poetry, and was equal second in the 1998 Clarissa Stein Multicultural Poetry Prize Competition. [PSR 1]

GERALD ZIPPER is a poet and playwright whose work has appeared in many magazines. He is also the author of the novel Inside Out (Helm, 2006). [PSR 21] [PSR 26]

ALI ZNAIDI lives in Redeyef, Tunisia. He is the author of the chapbooks Mathemaku x5 (Spacecraft Press, 2015), Taste of the Edge (Kind of a Hurricane Press, 2014), Bye, Donna Summer! (2014), Experimental Ruminations (2012; both Fowlpox Press), and Moon’s Cloth Embroidered with Poems (Origami Poems Project, 2012). [PSR 30]

RACHEL ZUCKER was born in New York City in 1971. After graduating from Yale with a BA in Psychology, she attended the University of Iowa where she received her MFA in Poetry. She has published three collections: The Bad Wife Handbook (2007), The Last Clear Narrative (2004), and Eating in the Underworld (2003; all Wesleyan UP). Her poems have appeared in many journals including American Poetry Review, Colorado Review, Iowa Review, Pleiades, and Prairie Schooner. [PSR 14]

CAROLYN ZUKOWSKI is a native English-speaking poet living in the Czech Republic, currently finishing her MA at Manchester Metropolitan University. She is also owner of Hostel Krumlov House and managing editor of The Literary Bohemian, a site that is devoted to words and wanderlust. Her poetry has been published in The Foundling Review, Orbis, Perigee, RHINO, and SAND. [PSR 22]

MAGDALENA ZURAWSKI lives in Philadelphia. She has an M.A. in Creative Writing from Temple University and is currently at the Macdowell Colony. She is writing a novel entitled M. Her chapbook, Bruised Nickelodeon, from which "A Book of Felled Musing" and "Noise the we took grimaced" were selected, is reviewed in PSR No. 2.

FREDRICK ZYDEK is the author of eight collections of poetry. Formerly a professor of Creative Writing and Theology at the University of Nebraska and later at the College of Saint Mary, he is now a farmer when he isn't writing. He is the editor for Lone Willow Press. His work has appeared in The Antioch Review, Cimmaron Review, The Hollins Critic, New England Review, Nimrod, Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Poetry Northwest, Yankee, and others. [PSR 17]