Amish Trivedi is the author of three books, most recently FuturePanic (Co•Im•Press). He has poems in American Poetry Review, Bennington Review and other places. He is a post doctoral researcher at the University of Delaware.
Barbara Henning is the author of five novels and eight collections of poetry, most recently a novelized biography of her mother, Ferne, a Detroit Story (Spuyten Duyvil 2022) and a collection of poems, Digigram (United Artists Books 2020). She is also the editor of Prompt Book: Experiments for Writing Poetry and Fiction (Spuyten Duyvil 2021). Born in Detroit, she has lived in NYC since 1984 with a year in India and five in Tucson. Presently she lives and writes in Brooklyn. barbarahenning.com
Barrett White edits Tagvverk. Recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Diagram, Nomaterialism, P-Queue, bæst, and elsewhere. Other writing can be found in places such as the Action Books blog, Social Text, Full Stop, and FLAT.
Coleman Stevenson is the author of three poetry collections (Light Sleeper, Breakfast, and The Accidental Rarefication of Pattern #5609), several books about the Tarot including The Dark Exact Tarot Guide, and a book of essays on creativity accompanying the card game Metaphysik. Her writing has appeared in a variety of literary journals and the anthologies. In addition to her work as a designer of tarot and oracle decks through her company The Dark Exact, her fine art work, exhibited in galleries around the US, focuses on the intersections between image and text. Learn more at colemanstevenson.com.
Greg Masters has published 10 books in the past decade with his imprint Crony Books. The latest collection of poems is The Collected Thoughts of Greg Masters.
Julie Agoos is the author of four collections of poetry, most recently Echo System (The Sheep Meadow Press, 2015), and a new manuscript, Stateless. She is a Professor of English and coordinator of the MFA Program in Poetry at Brooklyn College/CUNY, and lives in Nyack, NY.
Óscar Moisés Díaz is a poet-astrologer, film curator, and visual artist. They've exhibited art in places such as the 10th Central American Biennial, the International Film Festival of El Salvador, the Queens Museum, the Museum of Art El Salvador, and a solo exhibit at The Museum of Contemporary Art Costa Rica among others. Currently, they serve as a Contributing Editor for Asphalte Magazine and a Poetry in Translation Editor for Fence. They were a 2020-2021 Inaugural Curatorial Fellow at the Poetry Project as a member of Tierra Narrative. Recently they completed a writing residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts under the mentorship of Eileen Myles. To hear some recent poems check out their participation at The Whitney Biennial 2022 on youtube as part of the Gathering of the Tribes marathon. Other recent poems can be found in Schlag Magazine, A Gathering of the Tribes, and Scalawag Magazine.
Tracie Morris is the author of 10 books (3 forthcoming) and is a scholar and multidisciplinary artist. She lives in Iowa City, Iowa and Brooklyn, New York.