Jack Christian is the author of Let’s Collaborate from Magic Helicopter Press. His poems have appeared recently in notnostrums, DIAGRAM, Phoebe, and Cimarron Review. They are upcoming in Drunken Boat and Sixth Finch.
Heather Christle grew up in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. She is the author of The Difficult Farm, a poetry collection published by Octopus Books. A portfolio of her poems and other documents recently appeared in Slope, and you can find more poems in recent or upcoming issues of Columbia Poetry Review, Fence, and Octopus. She lives in Atlanta and is a Creative Writing Fellow at Emory University. More information is at heatherchristle.blogspot.com.
Adam Clay is the author of The Wash (Parlor Press, 2006) and A Hotel Lobby at the Edge of the World (Milkweed Editions, forthcoming). A new chapbook, In a World of Ideas, I Feel No Particular Loyalty, is now available from Cinematheque Press. He co-edits Typo Magazine and lives in Michigan. Recent poems appear in Ploughshares, The Laurel Review, The Tusculum Review, and elsewhere.
Tim Coe‘s work has previously appeared in Word Riot, Pindeldyboz, Fail Better, and elsewhere. He lives in Chicago with his wife Evangeline.
Ally Harris attends the Iowa Writers’ Workshop where she is on the constant defensive about being from Long Island. Her poems have recently been published in Diagram Magazine and are forthcoming in Flying Guillotine Press’ Anthology for the Probable Apocalypse. She does, indeed, own a Blackberry.
MC Hyland‘s most recent chapbooks are Every Night in Magic City (H_NGM_N, forthcoming) and Residential As In (Blue Hour Press, 2009). Her poems have appeared in Cannibal, LIT, Colorado Review, H_NGM_N, Fourteen Hills, The Paris Review, and elsewhere. She lives in Minneapolis, where she works at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts and runs DoubleCross Press and the Pocket Lab reading series.
Brian D. Morrison has had work most recently published in Fourteen Hills, Cider Press Review and Margie. He is an MFA candidate at the University of Alabama, where he currently reads for Black Warrior Review.
Geoffrey Nutter’s previous books are A Summer Evening and Water’s Leaves & Other Poems, with Christopher Sunset forthcoming from Wave Books in 2010. He lives in New York with his wife, son, and daughter.
sam pink lives in chicago. he wrote I AM GOING TO CLONE MYSELF THEN KILL THE CLONE AND EAT IT (paperhero press), THE SELF ESTEEM HOLOCAUST COMES HOME (six gallery press), and FROWNS NEED FRIENDS TOO (afterbirth books).
matthew savoca (born USA 1982) lives in the united states and italy.
Kate Schapira is the author of TOWN (Factory School, Heretical Texts Series, 2010) and several chapbooks, including The Saint’s Notebook (Flying Guillotine Press), Heroes and Monsters (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs) and The Love of Freak Millways and Tango Wax (Cy Gist Press). She organizes the Publicly Complex reading series in Providence, RI, where she lives, teaches, and writes.
Sasha Steensen is the author of The Method (Fence Books, 2008), A Magic Book, which won the Alberta duPont Bonsal Prize (Fence Books, 2004), The Future of an Illusion (Dos Press, 2008), and correspondence (with Gordon Hadfield, Handwritten Press, 2004). Her work has appeared in numerous journals, including Denver Quarterly, Aufgabe, Goodfoot, Free Verse, Slope, Shearsman, Shiny, and La Petit Zine. Steensen co-edits Bonfire Press (bonfirepress.colostate.edu), and she serves as one of the poetry editors for Colorado Review. She teaches poetry workshops, literature courses, letterpress printing, and bookmaking at Colorado State University.
Brooks Sterritt once engaged in skootsheeting from a bathyscape. He is pursuing an MFA at Emerson College in Boston, where he is the assistant fiction editor of Redivider and a fiction reader for Ploughshares. His writing has appeared in Word Riot, Dogzplot, Rain Taxi, and elsewhere.
Michael Jay Tucker is a former trade press editor who now teaches college-level English and history. He lives in the Boston area with his wife and family.