mel coyle

Mel Coyle is from Chicago & other places where the corn grows. She is co-editor of the journal TENDERLOIN. You can see more work from her at elimae & forthcoming from >kill author. … More mel coyle

emily critchley

Emily Critchley holds a PhD in contemporary, American, women’s poetry and philosophy from the University of Cambridge.  She is the author of several poetry chapbooks, with Arehouse, bad press, dusie, Oystercatcher, Torque & Corrupt press, and her Selected Writing, _Love / All That / & OK_, was published by Penned in the Margins in 2011. … More emily critchleyMore emily critchley

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lewis freedman

Lewis Freedman lives in Madison where he co-runs the _____-Shaped reading series with Andy Gricevich, with whom he also publishes chapbooks for cannot exist. Also he publishes chapbooks with the multi-locatable Agnes Fox Press. He is the author of The Third Word, Catfish Po’ Boys, and SUFFERING EXCHANGE WALKS WITH AND. … More lewis freedman

douglas kearney

Douglas Kearney’s first full-length collection of poems, Fear, Some, was published in 2006 by Red Hen Press. His second manuscript, The Black Automaton, was chosen by Catherine Wagner for the National Poetry Series and published by Fence Books in 2009. It was also a finalist for the Pen Center USA Award in 2010. His chapbook-as-broadsides-as-LP, … More douglas kearneyMore douglas kearney

danielle pafunda

Danielle Pafunda poetry collections include Manhater (Dusie Press Books 2012), Iatrogenic: Their Testimonies (Noemi Press), and My Zorba (Bloof Books). She is an assistant professor of English and gender & women’s studies at the University of Wyoming. … More danielle pafunda

justin aerni

Justin Aerni is a multimedia artist, painter and sculptor. He has produced & directed a short film and a music video, published three books of poetry and written & illustrated a graphic novel. He has created and sold over 2000 paintings to galleries and collectors worldwide. … More justin aerni

cathy wagner

Catherine Wagner’s latest book is My New Job (Fence, 2009). City Lights will publish her fourth book, Nervous Device, in 2012. She lives in Oxford, Ohio and teaches at Miami University. Her work can be found at Archive of the Now & Penn Sound. … More cathy wagner

brigitte byrd

A native of France where she was trained as a dancer, Brigitte Byrd is the author of Song of a Living Room (Ahsahta, 2009), The Dazzling Land (Black Zinnias, 2008), and Fence above the Sea (Ahsahta, 2005). She currently lives in Atlanta and is an Associate Professor of English teaching Creative Writing at Clayton State … More brigitte byrdMore brigitte byrd

andrew terhune

Andrew Terhune is originally from Memphis, Tennessee. He is the author of the chapbooks Helen Mirren Picks Out My Clothes (the greying ghost press, 2009) and Handle This Bludgeon and Run Me Through (Tilt Press, 2008). He lives in Stillwater, Oklahoma with his wife and two daughters. His work has recently appeared in Rabbit Catastrophe … More andrew terhuneMore andrew terhune

jennifer tamayo

A writer, artist, & performer, Jennifer Tamayo is interested in the human body. Her manuscript, Red Missed Aches Read Missed Aches Red Mistakes Read Mistakes was selected by Cathy Park Hong as the 2010 winner of Switchback Book’s Gatewood Prize. It was selected by Coldfront Magazine as one of the top 30 poetry books of … More jennifer tamayoMore jennifer tamayo

ashley colley

Ashley Colley is completing her MFA at the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her poetry has appeared in Catch-Up and as cover art for The Seneca Review. … More ashley colley

peter twal

Peter Twal is an electrical engineer living and working in New Orleans. He regularly pretends to be a sailor — part of his profession– and he’s getting better at that. His work is forthcoming in plain china. … More peter twal