Sophie Robinson lives in London. She is the author of two books: a (Les Figues, 2009) and The Institute of Our Love in Disrepair (Bad Press, 2012). She is a lecturer in Poetry at the University of East Anglia.
Rod Smith's latest book is Touché (Wave, 2015). His other books include Deed (U. Iowa, 2007), Music or Honesty (Roof, 2003), and The Good House (Spectacular Books, 2001). He edits the journal Aerial, publishes Edge Books, and manages Bridge Street Books in Washington, DC. He has taught at the The Iowa Writers' Workshop, The Maryland Institute College of Art, and The Corcoran College of Art + Design. Smith edited The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley (U. Cal Press, 2014) with Kaplan Harris and Peter Baker.
Tim VanDyke grew up in Colombia, South America, until guerilla warfare forced him back to the United States. Since then, he has worked in several insane asylums. His books include Topographies Drawn with a Divine Chain of Birds (Lavender Ink, 2011), Fugue Engine (Cannibal Books, 2012), and Light on the Lion's Face: A Reading of Baudrillard's Seduction.(Argotist 2012). His work has most recently appeared in Typo, Drunken Boat, and elsewhere.
Erica Lewis lives in San Francisco where she is a fine arts publicist. Her work has appeared in various anthologies and journals. Books include the precipice of jupiter (Queue Books) and camera obscura (BlazeVox Books), both collaborations with artist Mark Stephen Finein, and the solo project murmur in the inventory (Shearsman Books, 2013). She is currently working on completing her box set trilogy. A double chap is forthcoming from Lame House Press in fall 2015 and a chap project is forthcoming in spring 2015 from Ypolita. She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Noelle Kocot's sixth book, Soul in Space, was published by Wave Books in 2013. Originally from Brooklyn, she lives in New Jersey and teaches writing in New York.