Ellen Sander was Poet Laureate of Belfast, Maine in 2013 and 2014. Hawthorne, a House in Bolinas, is published by Finishing Line Press. Aquifer will be published by Red Bird Chapbooks in 2019. She lives and writes from 44N, 69W, and hosts Poetry Woodshed Radio on WBFY in Belfast.

Logan Fry lives in Austin, Texas, edits Flag + Void, and has published poems in Fence, Prelude, New American Writing, Denver Quarterly, The Cultural Society, and the Best American Experimental Writing  anthology. 

Ryan Downum currently lives and writes in Moscow, ID, where he is an MFA candidate in poetry at the University of Idaho. Recent poems appear in (b)OINK, Dream Pop Journal, jubilat, and elsewhere.

Philip Kobylarz is a teacher and writer of fiction, poetry, and essays. He has worked as a journalist and film critic for newspapers in Memphis. His work appears in such publications as Paris Review and The Best American Poetry series. He is the author of a book of poems concerning life in the south of France and a short story collection titled Now Leaving Nowheresville. His creative non-fiction collection All Roads Lead from Massilia is available from Everytime Press of Adelaide, Australia; A Miscellany of Diverse Things is available from Brooklyn's Lit Riot Press; and Dos Madres Press has published Kanji Amerikana.

Hugh Behm-Steinberg is the author of Shy Green Fields (No Tell Books) and The Opposite of Work (JackLeg Press), as well as three Dusie chapbooks, Sorcery, Good Morning! and The Sound of Music. He's chief steward of the Adjunct Faculty Union at California College of the Arts in San Francisco, where for ten years he edited the journal Eleven Eleven.

Robert Balun is an adjunct at The City College of New York, where he teaches creative writing and composition. His poems have recently appeared in TAGVVERK, Tammy, Prelude, Barrow Street, Poor Claudia, Apogee, Cosmonauts Avenue, and others.


Marco Giovenale lives and works in Rome. He’s founder and editor of (2006). In 
2011 he took part in the Bury Text Festival (Manchester). Texts in English: a gunless tea (Dusie,
2007), CDK (Tir-aux-pigeons, 2009) , anachromisms (Ahsahta Press, 2014), white while
(Gauss PDF, 2014). His most recent texts in Italian: Shelter (Donzelli, 2010), Maniera near 
(Aragno, 2015 ), Il  paziente crede di essere (Gorilla Sapiens, 2016), Strettoie (Arcipelago Itaca, 
2017), Quasi tutti (Polimata, 2010; Miraggi, 2018). “Asemic writing” books: Sibille asemantiche 
(Camera verde, 2008), Asemic Sibyls (Red Fox Press, 2013).

AustinFurtak-Cole received his MFA from Stony Brook University in 2009. His paintings and drawings have been seen in group shows in New York including Field Projects, the Hole, Open House Gallery, Park Place Gallery, Denise Bibro Fine Art, and Brenda Taylor Gallery. 
His work has been published in Maake Magazine, Art Maze Mag and New American Paintings. Austin lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.