David Memmott has published five books of poetry, a novel and a story collection. Recent work has been published by Strange Horizons, High Desert Journal, Windfall and in the anthologies, Deer Drink the Moon: Poems of Oregon, Salt: An Oregon Coastal Poetry Anthology, Writers on the Job: Tales of the Non-Writing Life and The Alchemy of Stars: An Anthology of Rhysling Award Winners. He has an interview as well as a review of his postcyberpunk novel, Primetime, in the on-line arts magazine, Perigee, #20 (May 2008)  http://www.perigee-arts.com/ Paul Di Filippo, in his review for Isaac Asimov’s SF Magazine, wrote that Primetime is “philosophic sf at its best.” Memmott is a Fishtrap Fellow and has received three Oregon Literary Fellowships from Literary Arts, Inc. in publishing, most recently in 2006. His newest book is the poetry collection, Giving It Away. Along with Erik Muller, he organized the East/West Poet Gatherings in Madras (2004) and La Grande (2006). He is the editor and publisher of Wordcraft of Oregon http://www.wordcraftoforegon.com/. He has been working on his own digital art for the last few years.