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. Advertisements
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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This is a piece commissioned by the musician Joseph Elm for a show he curated for MARQ in Claremont-Ferrand. It was sandwiched between a performance of Arvo Part’s “Spiegel im Spiegel” and Joseph Elm’s “Leviathan”; because of this, the first half was written over a few days of nonstop Arvo Part, the second of nonstop Joseph … More donald dunbar
Jeri Marchan is an MFA candidate in poetry at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She divides her time between New Orleans and Iowa City, but she ain’t really even up to no good, ever.
Stephanie Berger is the Executive Director of The Poetry Society of New York, co-founder of theNew York City Poetry Festival, and Creator/Madame of The Poetry Brothel. Stephanie’s poetry has appeared in Fence, Interim, La Fovea, H_NGM_N, and Coconut, among other publications, and she published a chapbook, In The Madame’s Hat Box, on Dancing Girl Press. She also works as an art gurl at Artnet and … More stephanie berger
Christopher William Lott is an artist in the MFA program at UMass Amherst. His childhood took place locked outside his house with three brothers and a video camera, where they would recreate Jackie Chan films. His latest sonic endeavor, Perfect Organ Assembly, is available on Broken Circles Records.
Caroline Crew edits ILK journal. Her own poems have appeared in Salt Hill Journal, PANK & Sixth Finch, among others. She lives between Old England & New England. Her chapbook Small Colours Like Wild Tongues is out from Dancing Girl Press.
Meg Freitag was born in Maine and has a degree in liberal arts from Sarah Lawrence College. She is currently pursuing her MFA in poetry at UT’s Michener Center for Writers. She lives in East Austin with two parakeets, Jonathan and Anne, and a mischievous little black dog named Ramona.
RC Miller lives in Metuchen, NJ. He is the author of Pussy Guerilla Face Banana Fuck Nut (Les Editions Du Zaporogue) as well as the forthcoming Mask With Sausage. Miller maintains an art blog via http://visionblues.blogspot.com/ Gary J. Shipley is the author of six books of various sizes. His latest is a collection of poems forthcoming from Blue Square Press. He … More gary shipley & rc miller
These poems come from a book-length erasure series of a children’s biography, Walt Whitman, written by Catherine Reef in the 90’s. I am interested in the way that things can emerge from texts during the process of making an erasure poem–especially when the text is comprised of the life story of Whitman, whose presence still looms over … More colleen barry
The Emoji Poems is both an experiment in translation and a simple collection of discrete lyric poems. The poems were originally written by Carina Finn in “Emoji,” a 722-character pictorial language, downloadable on iPhones and other electronic devices. Stephanie Berger translated them into English. Stephanie Berger is the Executive Director of The Poetry Society of New York, co-founder of the New … More stephanie berger & carina finn
Adam Day is the recipient of a PSA Chapbook Fellowship for Badger, Apocrypha, and of a PEN Emerging Writers Award. His work has appeared in the Boston Review, Lana Turner, APR, Poetry London, AGNI, The Iowa Review, Poetry Ireland Review, Guernica, and elsewhere. He coordinates The Baltic Writing Residency in Latvia, Scotland, and … More adam day
Jackie Clark is author of Aphoria (Brooklyn Arts Press). She is the series editor of Poets off Poetry and Song of the Week for Coldfront Magazine and is the recipient of a 2012 New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship in Poetry. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming from The Rumpus, Delirious Hem, and Denver Quarterly. Jackie lives in Jersey City and can be found online … More jackie clark
Taylor McDaniel is a Louisiana native and an alumnus of Louisiana State University where he earned his B.A. in English. In the fall of 2013, he will enter the Graduate Writing Program at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, California. Taylor’s work can be found in Vitrine: a printed museum, LSU’s delta journal, Crack the … More taylor mcdaniel
Sarah Jedd is so excited & grateful. She holds a BA in Poetry from Columbia College Chicago & is still deciding where to pursue an MFA. She sports a 1982 ET lunchbox when subbing at her old middle school & motivates 13 yr olds w/ poetry & a deck of yoga cards. On off days, she hangs … More sarah jedd
Steve Halle lives and writes in Normal, Illinois. He is the author of Map of the Hydrogen World (Cracked Slab), and his writing was recently included in the DIRTY : DIRTY anthology from Jaded Ibis Press. He edits Seven Corners (7C), directs co•im•press, and runs the Re:Verse reading series. He is the assistant director of the English Department’s Publications Unit at Illinois State … More steve halle
Natalie Eilbert’s poems have appeared in or are forthcoming from Tin House, West Branch, Guernica, Spinning Jenny, Bat City Review, The Journal, Devil’s Lake, and many others. She was the finalist in Devil’s Lake Driftless Prize. She lives in Brooklyn, where she is the founding editor of The Atlas Review (www.theatlasreview.com).
Joshua Young is the author of When the Wolves Quit: A Play-in-Verse (Gold Wake), To the Chapel of Light (Mud Luscious), and most recently, The Diegesis (Gold Wake), written with Chas Hoppe. His work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Gulf Coast, Fugue, Puerto del Sol, Ghost Proposal, among others. He is Associate Director of Creative Writing at Columbia College Chicago, where he … More joshua young
Sarah Certa holds an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her poems appear or are forthcoming in B O D Y, Country Music, The Bakery, and others. She is a photographer and the Director of Social Media for H_NGM_N. Find her online at sarahcerta.tumblr.com.
Alex Scalfano is a second year MFA candidate at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and comes from Alabama. At UMass, he also works as the Distributions Editor for Slope Editions. His poems appear or are forthcoming in H_NGM_N and Jellyfish.
In my poetry project, “Arizona SB 1070: An Act,” I have written a homophonic translation of the bill in which I attempt to interrogate the controversy surrounding this legislation. I have tried to write against the bill, itself, to transform its message from one of divisiveness to one that embraces a move toward compassion for … More ryan clark
Rob Schlegel is the author of The Lesser Fields, winner of the 2009 Colorado Prize for Poetry, and January Machine, forthcoming from Four Way Books in 2014. His poems and book reviews have appeared in Boston Review, Columbia Poetry Review,Jacket2, New American Writing, VOLT, and elsewhere. With the poet Daniel Poppick, he co-edits The Catenary Press.
David Blumenshine is a lawn maintenance laborer from Peoria, Illinois, whose work has appeared or will soon be featured in Passages North, Bluffs, & Paper Darts. He is also co-founder & editor-in-chief of the online journal Similar:Peaks::Poetry, and hard at work on a number of manuscripts.
Darren C. Demaree is living in Columbus, Ohio with his wife and children. He is the author of “As We Refer To Our Bodies” (Spring 2013) and “Not For Art Nor Prayer” (2014), both are forthcoming from 8th House Publishing House. He is the recipient of two Pushcart Prize nominations.
Kelly Boyker lives in Seattle, Washington and wishes it really would rain every day, as the myth goes. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in such places as Opium Magazine, PANK, Prick-of-the-Spindle, Scythe, FRiGG, Wicked Alice and Apercus Quarterly as well as many other journals. One of her poems was nominated for a Pushcart … More kelly boyker
My work is intuitive and very much influenced by the Surrealistic practice of automation. I don’t have an image in mind before I draw, I just let the lines dictate the next movement. I began drawing after taking ceramic courses, and believe the repetition in my patterns may be a subconscious … More jennifer lawrence
Carina Finn is the author of LEMONWORLD & Other Poems (Co.Im.Press, 2013), MY LIFE IS A MOVIE (Birds of Lace, 2012) and I HEART MARLON BRANDO (Wheelchair Party Press, 2010). Her work has appeared in TYPO, SUPERMACHINE, PANK, Storyglossia, and elsewhere. She holds an MFA in Poetry from the University of Notre Dame, writes for … More carina finn
Claire Sylvester Smith has recent work appearing or forthcoming in Boston Review, Southeast Review, American Poetry Review, Verse Daily, and Gulf Coast. She lives in Austin, where she is a Michener Fellow at the University of Texas and serves as poetry editor of Bat City Review.
Adam Clay is the author of A Hotel Lobby at the Edge of the World (Milkweed Editions, 2012) and The Wash(Parlor Press, 2006). His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Boston Review, Ploughshares, Denver Quarterly, Iowa Review, New Orleans Review, and elsewhere. He co-edits TYPO Magazine and lives in Kentucky.
Jacqueline Kari is completing her MFA at Louisiana State University. She is a poet and translator and an amateur print-, paper-, and bookmaker. She has published two chapbooks of translations, and her work has appeared in RealPoetik, Lana Turner, and The Cambridge Literary Review and is forthcoming in TENDE RLOIN.
Christine Kanownik’s poetry can be found in the past or upcoming issues of: Everyday Genius, Lungfull! Magazine, Glitterpony, Shampoo, and H_NGM_N. She’s been resident at the University of Chicago, The Congress Theater, and La Misíon in Baja, California. Her first chapbook, We are Now Beginning to Act Wildly, is forthcoming from Diez Press. She currently … More christine kanownik
Bradley Harrison is a Michener Fellow at the University of Texas in Austin. His work can be found in New American Writing, Gulf Coast, CutBank, The Los Angeles Review, Hunger Mountain, New Orleans Review, Best New Poets 2012 and elsewhere. His chapbook Diorama of a People, Burning is available from Ricochet Editions (2012).
Jessie Janeshek’s first book of poems is _Invisible Mink_ (Iris Press, 2010). An Assistant Professor of English at Bethany College, she holds a Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and an M.F.A. from Emerson College. She co-edited the literary anthology _Outscape: Writings on Fences and Frontiers_ (KWG Press, 2008).
Melissa Ginsburg’s poetry book, Dear Weather Ghost, will be published by Four Way Books in April 2013. Her poems have appeared recently in Copper Nickel and The Iowa Review, and are forthcoming in Jubilat and Denver Quarterly. She teach creative writing at the University of Mississippi in Oxford.
Marcel Herms is a Dutch artist who makes paintings, drawings, (book-)objects, and audio-art. His work was printed in many publications and he designed a lot of record- and CD-covers. He collaborated with many different visual artists and audio artists from around the world. He released more than 100 CD’s and some zines and booklets on his label … More marcel herms
Matt Hart is the author of four books of poems, most recently Sermons and Lectures Both Blank and Relentless (Typecast Publishing, 2012). A fifth collection, Debacle Debacle, is forthcoming from H_NGM_N BKS in 2013. A co-founder and the editor-in-chief of Forklift, Ohio: A Journal of Poetry, Cooking & Light Industrial Safety, he lives in Cincinnati … More matt hart
Megan McKeon is currently an Associate Poetry Editor at Bat City Review and is pursuing her Master’s of Fine Arts in poetry at the University of Texas – Austin. Her work can be found at levelerpoetry.com. She likes cheese.
Graham Foust is the author of five books of poems, including To Anacreon in Heaven and Other Poems (Flood Editions, forthcoming 2013). With Samuel Frederick, he has translated the late work of the German poet Ernst Meister (1911-1979), including In Time’s Rift, which was recently published by Wave Books. He lives in Denver, Colorado with … More graham foust
Lindsey Hopton received her B.A. in Creative Writing from Louisiana State University. Her work has been published in delta journal and Smoking Glue Gun.
An Ohio native, Logan Fry lives in Austin, where he is an MFA candidate at the University of Texas. He is associate poetry editor of Bat City Review and co-editor of Flag & Void. His poetry has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Caketrain, DIAGRAM, filling Station, elimae, and elsewhere.
Paige Taggart is the author of three chapbooks: DIGITAL MACRAMÉ (Poor Claudia), Polaroid Parade (Greying Ghost Press), and The Ice Poems (DoubleCross Press). She was a 2009 New York Foundation of the Arts grant recipient. Additional publications and her jewelry can be found here: mactaggartjewelry.com, ad hoc she curates Bling That Sings, a site that … More paige taggart
\ Originally from Houston, Texas, Will graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2000. His work has been published in Loop #3 and The Berkeley Poetry Review. In 2005, he was the recipient of an Artist-In-Residence Grant from The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation in Taos, New Mexico. Most recently, his work will appear in the … More william clark
Meg Johnson’s poems have appeared in Slipstream Magazine, Word Riot, Midwestern Gothic, SOFTBLOW, Counterexample Poetics, The Waterhouse Review, and others. Her poem “Free Samples” was nominated for Best of the Net. She is currently a poetry student in the NEOMFA Program, a teaching assistant at the University of Akron, and the poetry editor for Rubbertop … More meg johnson