Terese Coe

Terese Coe’s poems and translations appear in Agenda, Alaska Quarterly Review, Cincinnati Review, Crannog, Hopkins Review, the Moth, New American Writing, New Scotland Writing, Ploughshares, Poetry, Poetry Review, the Stinging Fly, Threepenny Review, and the TLS, among many others. Her collection Shot Silk was short-listed for the 2017 Poets Prize, and her black comedy, Harry Smith at the Chelsea Hotel, was recently presented at Dixon Place in Manhattan.



Marly Youmans

Marly Youmans is the author of five books of poems: Claire (LSU); The Throne of Psyche (Mercer); The Foliate Head (Stanza Press in the UK); Thaliad and The Book of the Red King, both from Phoenicia Publishing in Montreal, Canada.



David Galef

David Galef has published over two hundred poems in magazines ranging from Light and Measure to Shenandoah and the Yale Review. He’s come out with two poetry volumes, Flaws and Kanji Poems, as well as two chapbooks, Lists and Apocalypses. As a shameless eclectic, he’s also written far too much for his own good, including over a dozen other books in two dozen directions. His latest is Brevity: A Flash Fiction Handbook, from Columbia University Press.


Dan Campion

Dan Campion’s poems have appeared previously in Able Muse and in Light, Poetry, Rolling Stone, Think, and other journals. He is the author of Peter De Vries and Surrealism (Bucknell University Press) and coeditor of Walt Whitman: The Measure of His Song (Holy Cow! Press), a third edition of which was issued in 2019. A selection of his poems titled The Mirror Test will be published by MadHat Press in February 2022. He lives in Iowa City, Iowa.



Estill Pollock

Estill Pollock was born in Kentucky. His early work was published in journals as diverse as Harvard Advocate, Poetry,and Upstairs at Duroc (Paris). His publications include the book cycles, Blackwater Quartet (Kittiwake Editions, 2005) and Relic Environments Trilogy (Cinnamon Press, 2011). Salt Ensign, his first book of poems in ten years and his first collection to be published in the United States, is scheduled for publication in 2021. Other journal publications of note include Orbis and Poetry Review (London).


Quincy R. Lehr

Quincy R. Lehr is a butt-scratching idiot with a terrible personality and bad personal hygiene who lives in Los Angeles. His most recent book is The Dark Lord of the Tiki Bar.



Amit Majmudar

Amit Majmudar is a poet, novelist, essayist, and translator. His latest books include Godsong: A Verse Translation of the Bhagavad-Gita, with Commentary (Knopf, 2018) and the poetry collection What He Did in Solitary (Knopf, 2020). Recent novels published in India include Sitayana (Penguin Random House India, 2019) and Soar (Penguin Random House India, 2020). The former first Poet Laureate of Ohio, he is also a diagnostic nuclear radiologist in Westerville, Ohio, where he lives with his wife and three children.



Garret Keizer

Garret Keizer is the author of The World Pushes Back, winner of the 2018 X. J. Kennedy Poetry Prize, and eight books of prose, including Getting Schooled, Privacy,and The Unwanted Sound of Everything We Want. His poetry has appeared in AGNI, the Antioch Review, Harvard Review, the Hudson Review,the New Yorker, Ploughshares,and Raritan, among others.He is a contributing editor of Harper’s Magazine and Virginia Quarterly Review. He lives with his wife in northeastern Vermont.



Wendy Videlock

Wendy Videlock lives in a small agricultural town on the western slope of the Colorado Rockies. Her work appears in The Best American Poetry, American Life in Poetry, Hudson Review, Hopkins Review, the New York Times, Poetry, Dark Horse, and other venues. In the introduction to her first book, MacArthur finalist A.E. Stallings says of her work, “what [these poems] lack in length . . .


Julia Griffin

Julia Griffin teaches Renaissance English literature at Georgia Southern University. She has been published in Light, Lighten Up Online, Mezzo Cammin, and some other journals.



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