Will Alexander - Poet, novelist, essayist, playwright, aphorist, visual artist, and pianist who written over 30 books and chapbooks in the above mention genres. He is both a Whiting and California Arts Council Fellow, a PEN Oakland recipient, an American Book Award winner,, as well as a 2016 Jackson Prize recipient for poetry In 2018 he received the first Lifetime Achievement Award from Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center where is also serves as the poet-in-residence.
Kristina Chew is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Classics at Rutgers University. She has published a translation of Virgil's Georgics (Hackett 2002) and is preparing a translation of Seneca's Tragedies.
Cody-Rose Clevidence is th author of the books "BEAST FEAST" and "Flung, Throne" from Ahsahata Press, and the chapbook "Perverse, All Monstrous" from Nion Editions. They live in the Arkansas Ozarks with their tender-eyed new puppy, Birdie.
C. Violet Eaton is the author of Quartet (Ahsahta, 2018), and Some Habits (Omnidawn, 2015), which was the winner of the 2013 Omnidawn Open Poetry Prize as selected by Forrest Gander. He lives in Arkansas.
Lisa Fishman's What Now, is forthcoming on Wave Books. Her six earlier books include 24 Pages and other poems, F L O W E R C A R T and The Happiness Experiment on Wave and Ahsahta Press. She is a U. S. and Canadian poet soon to be dividing her time between southern Wisconsin and Nova Scotia.
Tirzah Goldenberg is the author of Aleph (Verge Books, 2017). She was raised in an Orthodox Jewish community in Pennsylvania and lives in Colorado with her husband and cat.
Whit Griffin is an entheogenically-minded queer poet living in the Rocky Mountains. Interested in the merger of the poetic and the spiritual. Recent books include We Who Saw Everything (Cultural Society, 15) and Extramission (Lunar Chandelier Collective, 17). He can be reached at PO Box 989, Boulder, CO 80306.
Roberto Harrison is the author of the poetry books Os, Counter Daemons, bicycle, culebra, Bridge of the World, and Yaviza, as well as of many chapbooks. He is the publisher/editor of the Bronze Skull Press chapbook series and with Andrew Levy he edited and published the Crayon poetry journal from 1997 to 2008. He is the Milwaukee Poet Laureate for 2017-2019 and is also a visual artist.
Liana Jegers is an illustrator in Los Angeles, California.
Devin King is the poetry editor for The Green Lantern Press. The Grand Complication is forthcoming from Kenning Editions.
Caroline Knapp is the author of Facture (2015), The Hunters Enter the Wood (forthcoming), and Tanzsprachen (forthcoming), all chapbooks in the Little Red Leaves Textile Series. Her poems have appeared in Jubilat, CutBank, Posit, Verse Daily, and Opon. She lives in Oakland.
Carlos Lara is the author of The Green Record (Apostrophe Books, 2018) and the co-author, with Will Alexander, of The Audiographic As Data (Oyster Moon, 2016). A chapbook called GOD WAVE is forthcoming from Evidence in Montreal. Other poems and translations have appeared in numerous journals, including Lana Turner, Flag + Void, OmniVerse, and Seedings. He abides in Los Angeles with his wife Melissa and their two cats, Jules and Henri.
Jessica Laser is the author of Sergei Kuzmich from All Sides (Letter Machine Editions, 2019). She most recently taught at Parsons School of Design, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in English at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Michael O'Leary is the author of The Reception and publisher of Flood Editions. Before becoming a quantitative analyst, O'Leary spent nearly a decade as an engineer in the nuclear power industry. He lives with his family in Chicago.
Pam Rehm is a freelance proofreader living in New York City. Her most recent book is Time Will Show (Shearsman Books, 2018).
Eléna Rivera’s last book of poems, Scaffolding, was published by Princeton University Press (2017). Other publications include: Atmosphered (Oystercatcher Press, 2014), Overture (Metambesen, 2014), On the Nature of Position and Tone (Field Press, 2012) and The Perforated Map (Shearsman Books, 2011). Her booklength translation of The Ink’s Path by Bernard Noël has just published in a bilingual edition by Cadastre8zero (Nov. 2018) with artwork by François Rouan.
LM Rivera lives in Santa Fe, NM. He co-edits Called Back Books w/ his partner Sharon Zetter. His work has appeared in Prelude, Alien Mouth, FUZZ, Mannequin Haus, DUM DUM Zine, and elsewhere. His chapbook, THE LITTLE LEGACIES, is on Glo Worm Press and his first full-length book, The Drunkards, is available from Omnidawn.
Elizabeth Savage is the author of three poetry collections, Idylliad (2015), Grammar (2012), and Daylight Scoured (2019) from Furniture Press, as well as several chapbooks, including Woman Looking at a Vase of Flowers (2017) and the forthcoming Detail (2019) from Dancing Girl Press. Since 2008, she has been the poetry editor for Kestrel.
John Tipton has produced translations of Sophocles' Ajax and Aeschylus' Seven against Thebes along with two collections of his own poems, surfacesand Paramnesia, all published by Flood Editions. With Peter O'Leary he runs Verge Books.