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from Madame Bildungsroman's Optimistic Worldview

Nora Chassler grew up in NYC and lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. She has published two novels and is working on a third.


Daniel Owen is a writer and member of the Ugly Duckling Presse editorial collective. He is the author of Toot Sweet (United Artists Books) and the chapbook Authentic Other Landscape (Diez). His writing has appeared in Hyperallergic, Elderly, Lana Turner, A Perimeter, The Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere.

from The Ashbery Riff-Offs

Eileen R. Tabios practices transnational poetics by, in 2017, releasing a poetry collection each in the U.S., England, Romania and France. More information is available at http://eileenrtabios.com

from Farallones

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.


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