Andrew Lundwall, Contributing Editor
Andrew Lundwall was born and lived for many years in southern Wisconsin. Currently he is a resident of the Washington, DC metropolitan region. With Jeannie Smith, he is a managing editor and cofounder of the electronic literary journal Poetic Inhalation, a bi-monthly journal of art and experimental literature, (www.poeticinhalation.com).
Lundwall's work has appeared in numerous print and electronic literary journals internationally, including Aesthetica, Lost & Found Times, Big Bridge, Eratio, Shoestring, The Muse Apprentice Guild, Shampoo, Moria, Deep Cleveland, Sidereality, Retort Magazine, SpaceBreather, Aught, xStream, Ink Magazine, Dream People, Dead Drunk Dublin, Oracular Tree, Blackbox, Score, James River Poetry Review, Zygote in My Coffee, Subterranean Quarterly, Near South, Picklebird, Miami Sun Post's Mad Love, 88: A Journal of Contemporary American Poetry, and Blazevox.
He is the author of five e-chapbooks The Fugue of Corridors (L’Arcade Mentale) (Deep Cleveland Junkmail Oracle, 2002), wouldn't be here if it wasn't (xPressed, 2003), eye pharmacy (xPressed, 2003), stormy body-work love (Tamafyhr Mountain Poetry, 2003), and a calendar page from the edge of form (xPressed, 2005). He recorded two spoken word tracks on the recent cd release of 31 Arlington Poets (Paycock Press, 2004) and made a guest appearance in January 2004 on Arlington Independent Media's 2nd episode of the local cable access show The Poetic Eye hosted by Perry Lindstrom.
As a fervent participant in the literary and art community, he has collaborated with a diverse assortment of poets and literary journals and co-hosted local poetry readings/art exhibits. He was a former poetry editor and a columnist for Get Underground. He acted as a guest poetry editor for Outsider Ink (www.outsiderink.com), selecting poetry for the Winter 2003 and Spring 2004 issues of the journal.