Lucy Anderton’s chapbook, the flung you, was published by New Michigan Press, and her poems have recently appeared in Cream City Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Verse Daily and FENCE. Carol Bove and Gabi Swiatkowska are her favorite living visual artists.

Adam Deutsch lives in San Diego, teaches college composition and writing, and has work recently or forthcoming in Coconut, Thrush, Iron Horse Literary Review, and Jelly Bucket. He is the Poet-in-Residence at AleSmith Brewing Company, and the publisher at Cooper Dillon Books.

Natalie Eilbert’s work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Tin House, West Branch, Guernica, Stoked, Bat City Review, Devil’s Lake, Drunken Boat, and elsewhere. Her chapbook, Conversation with the Stone Wife is forthcoming from Bloof Books in 2014. Her full-length, Swan Feast, is forthcoming in Spring 2015. She is the founding editor of The Atlas Review.

Ben Gantcher’s chapbook Strings of Math and Custom was published by Beard of Bees Press. It’s downloadable and free.

Colby Gillette is the author of the chapbook Without Repair, forthcoming from Called Back Books. His work has appeared in Octopus, Omniverse, Interrupture, and Breakwater. He is a doctoral candidate in literature at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Alex Greenberg’s work can be found or is forthcoming in Able Muse, The Louisville Review, and The Boiler, among others. He has been recognized by The Young Poets Society, Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards, and The Foyle Young Poets of The Year Award.

Zachary Scott Hamilton is the author of hair land (Section 2008), and Identificacion (Section 2012). His work appears in various magazines including: SLEEPING FISH XII, BLAZEVOX, and HOUSEFIRE. You can follow Zachary here and here.

Chris Haven is working on a manuscript about Terrible Emmanuel, a cranky figure who believes himself to be the supreme being. Other poems from this series have appeared in Sycamore Review and Seneca Review, where they won the Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Prize. He teaches at Grand Valley State University.

Brandon Lewis lives, teaches, and grows beards in NYC. He received an MFA in poetry at George Mason University and is the former poetry editor of Porcupine. His writing can be found in such journals as Salamander, Poet Lore, HTMLgiant, Harpur Palate, Fifth Wednesday, Entasis, Fogged Clarity, Water~Stone Review, and Oranges and Sardines.

W.M. Lobko’s poems, interviews, & reviews have appeared in Hunger Mountain, Kenyon Review, The Paris-American, & elsewhere. A Pushcart Prize nominee & a semi-finalist for the 92Y / Boston Review “Discovery” Prize, he edits TUBA, a review of poetry & art. He studied at the University of Oregon and teaches in the New York City area.

Maggie McGuinness’s poems have appeared (also as Maggie/Meagan Evans) in Sentence, cream city, Colorado Review, Bellingham Review, Black Warrior Review, DIAGRAM, InDigest, THRUSH, and others. Maggie lives in ABQ, NM, and can be reached for comment or to plot poetry plots at

Joseph Mains is the author of three chapbooks, most recently A Portable Model of How Memory Works (Alice Blue 2013). He was born in the Sonoran desert and now lives in Portland, OR, where he edits Octopus Magazine and co-does the reading series Bad Blood.

Nathan Parker was featured in the American Poet last year for their Emerging Poets Series. His poems have appeared in AL&C, Colorado Review, Conduit, DIAGRAM, FIELD, and other places. He lives in Northport, Alabama, with his wife and three children. He can be reached at

George Rawlins lives in Southern California and travels north to the Silicon Valley, where he works in the cloud and dreams of projects such as Wittgenstein Vs Popper: The Game and Survivor: Poets’ Island. He has an MFA from The University of California, Irvine, and has recent poems in Mudfish 17 and Mudfish 18.

Steven Salmoni’s recent publications include Landscapes, With Green Mangoes (Chax Press), poems in The Ilanot Review, Spiral Orb, Versal, Upstairs at Duroc, and articles in The Salt  Companion to Charles Bernstein, Studies in Travel Writing, and the Journal of Narrative Theory. He serves on the Board of Directors for POG, a Tucson-based poetry and arts organization.

Fred Schmalz’s recent work focuses on textual response to encounters with dance, music and visual art. His field guide Claes Oldenburg’s Festival of Living Objects was published by the Walker Art Center in fall 2013. He is currently collaborating on multimedia projects about ghosts and hotels. He lives in Chicago.

M.A. Vizsolyi is the author of the The Lamp with Wings: love sonnets, which was a National Poetry Series selection.  He is also the author of the chapbooks Notes on Melancholia (Monk Books) and The Case of Jane: a verse play (500places Press).  He lives in Brooklyn.

Erica Wright is the author of Instructions for Killing the Jackal (Black Lawrence Press, 2011) and the chapbook Silt (Dancing Girl Press, 2009). Her debut crime novel, The Red Chameleon, will be published this year by Pegasus Books. She is also the Poetry Editor at Guernica Magazine.