FJ Bergmann
Earthly Delights
Looking Backward

F.J. Bergmann lives in Wisconsin, for the 4th or 5th time. She has an MFA from the School of the Americas, where she always got extra credit. She is currently designing websites; a previous existence was spent working with horses. She considers herself primarily a visual artist with tendencies toward the Surreal. She maintains, a public-service poetry website for Madison, Wisconsin, as well as her own site, She reads at spoken word venues and has been published in print magazines including Margie, the North American Review, Wind, at the 2002 Electronic Literature Symposium, on Blue Fifth Review, RealPoetik, and last, but not least, on under the nom de plume Easter Cathay. In 2003 she won the Mary Roberts Rinehart National Poetry Award, was a co-winner in the Pavement Saw chapbook contest with Sauce Robert, and was a finalist for both the Joy Bale Boone and the James Hearst prizes. Her hairstyle is deceptive. One of her pseudopodia can reach all the way from the bedroom to the refrigerator. Her favorite authors all write science fiction.