Andrew Bartels was raised in Spokane, Washington, currently lives in Brooklyn, and is a candidate in the MFA program at Brooklyn College. His poems have appeared in Atlas and Peaches and Bats.
Matthew Johnstone is the author of Let's be close Rope to mast, you Old light (Blue & Yellow Dog Press). More writing can be found in So and So, Cricket Online Review, Horse Less Review, and Likewise Folio.He is half of the creative stewardship for the arts journal, 'Pider, out of Tennessee, Nashville, America.
Billie Chernicoff was born in Detroit and educated at Bard College. Her poetry has been published in Sulfur and The Berkshire Anthology, and she is the author of The Red Dress, Charms Troubled & Amorous, forthcoming from Dr. Cicero Books in 2014. She lives in the Berkshire hills of Massachusetts.
Kit Schluter lives in Providence, Rhode Island, where he is curator of the reading series Wild Combination, and, with Andrew Dieck, co-editor of O'clock Press & its review, CLOCK. His recent/forthcoming writing & translation can be found in The Paper Nautilus, Boston Review, Circumference, and The Disinhibitor
Margaret Mary is a part time hitch hiker, and a full time student. She spends the majority of her time writing, researching, drinking coffee. She has been published in Corvus and Subliminal Interiors. You can see her learning how to blog at: http://rileymargaretmary.wordpress.com/
Danny Collier created the ongoing project An Abbreviated Family Dictionary (www.familydictionary.net) and helps out a friend's unpublished poetry manuscript by maintaining its twitter feed (@unpubd_poetry). His writing has appeared in places such as Everyday Genius, Kill Author, and The Northville Review.
Sparrow lives in a doublewide trailer in the slumbering hamlet of Phoenicia, New York with his wife, detective novelist Violet Snow. Sparrow attempts every day to play atonal harmonica.
Garrett, Inc. is an A/V technician.
Milo Cramer is a playwright and songwriter who lives in Brooklyn. newsaloon.org cargocollective.com/maxandmilo
John Grey is an Australian-born poet recently published in International Poetry Review, Vallum, and the science fiction anthology “The Kennedy Curse,” with work upcoming in Bryant Literary Magazine, Natural Bridge, and the Oyez Review.
Sarah Key has authored eight cookbooks, including a series called the Hollywood Hotplates. She has edited numerous other cookbooks, art books, essays, and screenplays. She has been writing and studying poetry for the past ten years with a number of New York poets including Jeanne Marie Beaumont and Sharon Dolin at The Frost Place, the Unterberg Poetry Center, and other master classes. She has had poetry appear in Poet Lore, the Naugatuck River Review, and Solares Hill. An upcoming short memoir piece is to appear in The Guardian newspaper, and she recently edited an essay called “Consider the Slaughterhouse” for The Huffington Post. She lives in Harlem where she shares an apartment with her son’s old hockey gear.
Jackson B. Smith is a writer and translator living in New York.
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