Cedar Sigo is the author of seven books and pamphlets of poetry, including two editions of Selected Writings (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2003 and 2005), Expensive Magic (House Press, 2008) and most recently, Stranger In Town (City Lights, 2010). He lives in San Francisco.
Joseph Massey is the author of Areas of Fog (Shearsman Books, 2009) At the Point (Shearsman Books, 2011) and To Keep Time (forthcoming from Omnidawn in 2014). He lives in South Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Tracey McTague lives up on Battle Hill in Brooklyn, down the street from where she was born and across the room from where her daughter was born. She is the ornithologist consigliere for Lungfull! Magazine by day. By night, she is a root doctor, alchemist and hunter-gatherer. Her book Super Natural (Trembling Pillow Press), was just born in New Orleans.
Here is the execution scene from God May Be Around, a play-poem Alexander Vvedensky composed in 1931.
In which Marie Ponsot tells David St.-Lascaux about the good world, the utility of idleness, language and fable, the sacred, the doing of things, and the pleasure principle of life.