Jeffrey Jullich has two books published: Thine Instead Thank (Harry Tankoos Books, 2007) and Portrait of Colon Dash Parenthesis (Litmus Press, 2010). He has been published in a variety of literary journals, including Fence, New American Writing, and Poetry; and audio recordings and videos of him reading from his poetry are included on the Poetry Foundation website and Youtube. Videos of American Lit: The Hawthorne-Melville Correspondence, an opera whose libretto he wrote, are also available on Youtube.
Felix Bernstein is the author of Notes on Post-Conceptual Poetry (Insert Blanc Press) and Burn Book (Nightboat, forthcoming). His writing has been featured in Bomb, the Believer, Poetry Magazine, and Hyperallergic. His performance Bieber Bathos Elegy will debut at the Whitney in January 2016.
John Godfrey has lived in the East Village since the '60s. Of his some dozen collections, those in the current century are Push the Mule, Private Lemonade, City of Corners, Tiny Gold Dress, Singles and Fives, Gold Stars Wet Hearts, and Knee-length Black. Wave Books will publish The City Keeps: Selected and New Poems 1966-2014 in the Spring of 2016.