Jim Behrle lives in Jersey City, NJ. He's the co-host of Bad Animals Saturday mornings from 6-9 AM on WFMU.
Guillermo Filice Castro is the author of the chapbooks Mixtape for a War and Agua, Fuego. He has work forthcoming in Allium and Barrow Street. Born and raised in Argentina, Castro lives in New Jersey with his husband and two cats.
Rene Ricard was a poet, artist, actor, and critic born in Boston in 1946. His books include 1979 – 1980, published by the DIA Art Foundation, God with Revolver published by Hanuman Books, Trusty Sarcophagus Company, published by Inanout Press, and Love Poems, published by CUZ Editions. His art reviews and essays were published by Art in America, Artforum, the Stedelijk Museum, the Whitney Museum of Art, Gagosian, and numerous other venues, and his paintings and drawings are represented by Vito Schnabel Gallery in New York and St Moritz. Ricard died in 2014 at the age of 67. His literary executor, Raymond Foye, is currently editing his Collected Writings.
Jan Freeman is the author of three collections of poems, most recently Blue Structure (Calypso Editions). She is a 20202022 associate at the Five College Women's Studies Research Center.
Jeremy Hoevenaar lives in a fifth-floor walkup threshold with his beautiful family. He is the author of Cold Mountain Mirror Displacement (American Books) and Our Insolvency (Golias).