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Jordi Alonso graduated with an AB in English from Kenyon College in 2014, where he studied poetry and literary translation. He is a Turner Fellow in Poetry at SUNY Stony Brook Southampton and has been published in The Southampton Review, Edible, and other journals. He is the author of Honeyvoiced.


José Angel Araguz is a CantoMundo fellow. His latest chapbook is entitled Reasons (not) to Dance. He runs the poetry blog The Friday Influence.


Glen Armstrong edits a poetry journal called Cruel Garters and has a new chapbook titled Set List (Bitchin Kitsch), and two more scheduled for 2015: In Stone and The Most Awkward Silence of All (both Cruel Garters Press).


Tammy Bendetti lives and works on Colorado’s Western Slope with her husband and two small daughters. She enjoys reading, painting, and dreaming of one day owning a home with secret passages. Her poetry has most recently been in Calliope and Grand Valley Magazine, and is forthcoming from Alyss.


Chris Bullard is a native of Jacksonville, FL. He lives in Collingswood, NJ. He received his M.F.A. from Wilkes University. Kattywompus Press published his third chapbook, Dear Leatherface. This year WordTech Editions published his second full-length book, Grand Canyon.


William Cullen, Jr. is a veteran who works at a social services non-profit in New York City. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in *82Review, Allegro Poetry, Canary, New Verse News, One Sentence Poems and Pouch.


Michael Estabrook is retired, working around the yard and writing poems.


Sina Evans is a poet and book artist living in Los Angeles.  Her first chapbook about anatomy was published last December and her second about a circus will be out next year, both from dancing girl press.


Robert Gregory’s most recent collection is a chap from Willow Springs/Acme Poem Co. called You Won’t Need That.


Keri Kellerman writes and lives in Minneapolis. Recent work has appeared in Wyvern Lit and Lockjaw Magazine. She tweets at @kerikellerman.


Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco’s work has appeared in Right Hand Pointing, One Sentence Poems, The Kentucky Review, and Word Riot, among others. She lives in California’s Central Valley, which is more beautiful than she had imagined.


Brad Rose is a frequent contributor to Right Hand Pointing.  His book of poetry and micro fiction, Pink X-Ray, is forthcoming from Big Table Publishing, Summer, 2015. His chapbooks of miniature fiction and poetry from Right Hand Pointing are Coyotes Circle the Party Store, and Democracy of Secrets. He blogs here.


Trish Saunders lives in Seattle and Honolulu, where she enjoys spying on rare birds. Her poems are published or about-to-be in Silver Birch Press, Gnarled Oak, Blast Furnace Press, Off the Coast and Busted Dharma.


Janet Veil is a novelist, poet, and visual artist. You can find her poetry most recently in GTK Creative Journal, Oddville Press, and {m}aganda Magazine and she has recently completed the book-length project, Saint Agnes of South Street.


Mark Young is the editor of Otoliths, lives in a small town in North Queensland in Australia, & has been publishing poetry for more than fifty-five years. A new collection of poems, Bandicoot habitat, is due out from gradient books of Finland later this year.












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