Dan Sicoli
Niagara Falls, NY

Dan Sicoli is a co-editor with Slipstream Magazine and press. Cars, broken guitar strings, and coffee beans have often made their way into his poetry. Influences include the work of Shakespeare, Tom Waits, Charles Bukowski, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, John Fante, Muddy Waters, John Steinbeck, E.R. Baxter III, John Coltrane, Gerald Locklin, Salvatore Dali, Wanda Coleman, Robert Service...

Pudding House Publications recently released his chapbook, Pagan Supper and another chapbook, the allegories, will be released in early 2004. Other poems have recently appeared in the following print publications: Concrete Wolf, Whirligig, Re)verb, Barbaric Yawp, Maelstrom, and Tokens: Contemporary Poetry for the Subway. Twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize, he performs his work regularly, often in collaboration with other writers.

His monthly poetry page appears in the weird and offbeat online magazine The Hold as well as in numerous e-zines including:

Atomic Petals
2River View
Wired Hearts
Blue Fifth Review