Mike Hauser has lived in Milwaukee since 2002. He has curated reading series such as Too Close For Comfort, Salacious Banter, and Ineluctable Place. His work has appeared in West Wind Review, Bright Pink Mosquito, and Delirious Hem, among other places. His most recent book is Red And White Balloons from Adjunct Press. He has a full length book entitled Advanced Baby Syndrome forthcoming from a soon to born press.
Tony Leuzzi’s books include Radiant Losses and The Burning Door, both collections of poems, and Passwords Primeval, a book of interviews with 20 American poets. His next book, Meditation Archipelago, will be published by Tiger Bark Press in early 2018.
Elaine Kahn is an artist currently based in Los Angeles. She is co-founder of the P.Splash Artist Collective and author of Women in Public (City Lights Books, 2015). Writing has been published in Art Papers, Open Space, The Poetry Foundation, Jubilat, San Francisco Arts Quarterly, West Branch, and elsewhere. A new chapbook I Told You I Was Sick is forthcoming from After Hours, Ltd., and a poetry cassette collaboration with Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta will soon be available on Practical Records.
Christopher Rey Pérez is the author of gauguin's notebook (&NOW Books). Currently, he lives in the West Bank of Palestine, where he is a lecturer at al-Quds Bard Honors College of Arts & Sciences. He is from the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
Sho Sugita lives and writes in Matsumoto, Japan. His translation of Spiral Staircase: Collected Poems of Hirato Renkichi (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2017) is the first book of Japanese Futurist poetry to appear in English.
Alice Notley has published over forty books of poetry, including (most recently) Benediction, Negativity’s Kiss, and Certain Magical Acts. She has received many awards including the Academy of American Poets’ Lenore Marshall Prize, the Poetry Society of America’s Shelley Award, the Griffin International Prize, two NEA Grants, the Los Angeles Times Book Award for Poetry, and the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize. She lives and writes in Paris, France.
Nick Sturm’s book are How We Light, published by H_NGM_N, and the forthcoming Another Mona Bone Jakon. Poems, collaborations, and essays have appeared in Black Warrior Review, PEN, Fanzine, The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2014, and elsewhere.
Brenda Coultas is most recently the author of A Journal of Places, published online by Metambesen Press, and in print a meditation on the end of print culture in The Tatters, from Wesleyan University Press in 2014.