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Steve Benson and Suzanne Stein have collected their 36 improvised public on-line chat messaging performances in Do Your Own Damn Laundry (Gauss.pdf, 2019). Benson co-authored the Grand Piano series of autobiographical essays (Mode A, 2006- 10) with nine old friends. What This Is, three new long poems, is forthcoming from Chax Press. More at stevebensonasis.com.

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Ann Lauterbach’s most recent book is Spell from Penguin (2018).

from A Season

Michael Joseph Walsh is a Korean American poet. He is co-editor for APARTMENT Poetry, and his poems have appeared in DIAGRAM, DREGINALD, Fence, FOLDER, jubilat, and elsewhere. He lives in Denver.

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Christina Davis is the author of An Ethic (Nightboat Books) and Forth A Raven (Alice James Books). She currently serves as curator of the Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard University.

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Hasan Güçlü Kaya was born in Turkey in 1975. He is the author of “Ölümsüz” (Immortal), a book of poems, and lives in Istanbul.

from New Notes for the End of the World

Karen Weiser is a poet and psychotherapist in training. She is the author of two books of poetry: To Light Out, and Or: The Ambiguities, both from Ugly Duckling Press.

BUT IT WON’T STOP THE WAR

Alan Gilbert is the author of two books of poetry, The Treatment of Monuments and Late in the Antenna Fields, as well as a collection of essays, articles, and reviews entitled Another Future: Poetry and Art in a Postmodern Twilight.

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Alissa Quart is the author of two poetry books Monetized (Miami University Press, 2015) and Thoughts and Prayers (OR Books, 2019) and her poetry has appeared in Granta, The Nation, the London Review of Books, Teen Vogue, NPR and LitHub, among many other publications. Her four non-fiction books include Squeezed: Why Our Families Can’t Afford America (Ecco/HarperCollins, 2018) and Branded. She is executive director of the Economic Hardship Reporting Project.

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