Joe Hall is the author of The Devotional Poems and Pigafetta Is My Wife (Black Ocean Press 2010, 2013). With Chad Hardy he co-authored The Container Store Vols I & II (SpringGun Press 2012).
Laura Madeline Wiseman is the author of nine collections of poetry, including the full-length book Sprung (San Francisco Bay Press, 2012) and the chapbooks Men and Their Whims (Writing Knights Press, 2013) and First Wife (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2013). Her chapbook Stranger Still (Finishing Line Press, 2013) is forthcoming. She is the editor of Women … More laura madeline wiseman
Dylan Krieger frets and fucks in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she is currently earning her MFA in poetry and co-coordinating the Delta Mouth Literary Festival at Louisiana State University. Her heart and warm jackets, however, still reside in the Catholic stronghold of South Bend, Indiana, where she was born, baptized thrice, and graduated summa cum … More dylan krieger
From: Airplane Mode Peter Twal is both a writer and an electrical engineer. After completing his undergraduate degree, he found himself programming software aboard countless ships, despite being certain that just watching Titanic made him seasick as a kid. He only sometimes gets dizzy writing poetry these days. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in the New … More peter twal
Vanessa Jimenez Gabb received her MFA from CUNY Brooklyn. Her poetry has most recently appeared or will appear in Word Riot and the Atlas Review and her chapbook Weekend Poems is forthcoming from dancing girl press. She co-parents fivequarterly.org.
Candice Wuehle is the author of the chapbook cursewords: a manual in 19 steps for aspiring transmographs (forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press this spring). She lives in Iowa City, Iowa where she is working on her MFA in poetry at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop.
Scott Hammer is the author of the poetry chapbook Mock Draw. His poems have appeared in ILK, NAP, La Petite Zine, Lungfull!, and others. He is currently writing in Philadelphia.
Christopher Klingbeil has toured the American West as a government lumberjack. He took MFAs away from Boise State and Colorado State University. Recent works include poems and stories in Alice Blue Review, Anvil Lit Review, Slush Pile and ditch,. Once, he took an Honorable Mention in The Atlantic’s Writing Contest.
Robert Balun is an MFA candidate at The City College of New York. His poems have appeared (or will soon) in Specter, Shampoo, Word Riot, Verdad Magazine, Heavy Feather Review, Keep This Bag Away From Children, and others. He is one of the founders/curators of the Bushwick Sweethearts reading and art series.
Passport (DC Books, 2006) and Wanton (Insomniac Publishing, 2009) are Angela Hibbs’ poetry collections. “Epithalamium” is from the forthcoming Sin Eater (Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2014). Follow her @hibbsangela.
Lee Tyler Williams is from Denton, Texas. His work can be found in absent magazine, thieves jargon, and at National Public Radio, among other places.
Lisa Ciccarello is the author of five chapbooks, including the recent Sometimes there are travails (Hyacinth Girl Press) & the forthcoming (the shore in parts) (Greying Ghost Press). Her poems have appeared in Handsome, Tin House, Denver Quarterly, Leveler, Everyday Genius, Poor Claudia & Corduroy Mtn., among others. She is also the poetry editor at … More lisa ciccarello
David Feinstein‘s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in No Dear, Ilk Journal, Forklift, Ohio, The Atlas Review, and Tin House. He is currently a student in the UMass-Amherst MFA Program for Poets and Writers, where he teaches and helps to edit jubilat.
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