Jack Krick, Webmaster
Jack Krick received his bachelor's degree in English, with significant concentrations in journalism and in film and television production, from the Pennsylvania State University. He worked for a time in commercial film production in the Philadelphia area, then, for thirty years, in the telecommunications and computer industries, initially as a technician, then as a member of the computer industry press, and finally, as a technical writer producing documentation in software development environments. He studied computer science at Drexel University and Arcadia University, graphic design at the University of the Arts, and contemporary poetry with Charles Bernstein and Kenneth Goldsmith at the University of Pennsylvania. Recently he received a post-baccalaureate certificate in entrepreneurship from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Since 2004, he has been a senior editor at the Electronic Poetry Center at SUNY Buffalo (http://epc.buffalo.edu) and since 2009, webmaster at Big Bridge (https://bigbridge.org). He teaches at Temple University. He is currently editing, with Ryan Eckes, the anthology Unbuilt Philadelphia - Innovative Poetry in Philadelphia in the 2000s, and, with Ron Silliman and Bob Perelman, The Collected Poems of David Bromige.