Michael McGriff

Michael McGriff is the author of several books centered on place, class, and blue-collar life in the rural American West, most recently the poetry collections Eternal Sentences (University of Arkansas Press, 2021) and Early Hour (Copper Canyon Press, 2017). He co-directs the creative writing program at the University of Idaho.

Dominic Dulin

Dominic Dulin is a poet and musician out of Cleveland, Ohio. He is currently enrolled in the NEOMFA program at Cleveland State University. He has had poetry published by Modern Haiku Magazine, Surreal Poetics, Frogpond Journal, and Bones Haiku Journal. Dominic tends to focus his poetic efforts on experimental poetry, surrealism, and haiku.

Christine Shan Shan Hou

Christine Shan Shan Hou is a poet and artist of Hakka Chinese descent. Their publications include The Joy and Terror are Both in the Swallowing (After Hours Editions 2021), Community Garden for Lonely Girls (Gramma Poetry 2017), and “I’m Sunlight” (The Song Cave 2016). Instagram: @hypothetical_arrangements

Paul Hlava Ceballos

Paul Hlava Ceballos is the author of banana [ ], winner of the 2021 AWP Donald Hall Prize for Poetry, chosen by Ilya Kaminsky, available from the University of Pittsburgh Press on September 27th, 2022. His collaborative chapbook, banana [ ] / we pilot the blood (3rd Thing Press, 2021), shares pages with Quenton Baker, […]

Joseph Lazaro Rodriguez

Joseph Lazaro Rodriguez is a multidisciplinary artist residing in Philadelphia. He uses his personal experiences to create paintings, drawings, sculptures, and large scale multi-channel video installations. He has exhibited his work at Wassaic Project in Wassaic, New York; Anna Zorina Gallery in New York, New York; Works on Paper Fine Arts Gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; […]

Michelle Taransky

Michelle Taransky’s chapbook Abramowitz to Grossberg was published by Factory Hollow Press in 2020. She is the author of the books Barn Burned, Then and Sorry Was In the Woods, both published by Omnidawn. Taransky teaches writing at Penn and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.

Nathan Spoon

Nathan Spoon is an autistic poet with learning disabilities whose poems and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Crazyhorse, Gulf Coast, Poetry, Poetry Daily, and the anthologies How to Love the World: Poems of Gratitude and Hope and Sonnets from the American: An Anthology of Poems and Essays. He is the […]

Nicholas Wong

Nicholas Wong is the author of Crevasse (Kaya Press, 2015), the winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Poetry, and Besiege Me (Noemi Press, 2021). His translation has recently appeared or will appear in PRISM International, The Georgia Review, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, The Cincinnati Review, Poetry London, and Black Warrior Review. IG: @citiesofsameness.

Sun Tzu-ping

Born in 1976 in Taiwan, Sun Tzu-ping graduated from the Graduate Institute of Creative Writing and English Literature at National Dong Hwa University. He is currently an editor at the Liberty Times. Chinese titles by Sun include Knowing Shadows (essays), Sentimentalist (poetry) and Male Bodies (novel), among others.

Pamela Hart

Pamela Hart is writer in residence at the Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah, NY, where she teaches and manages arts-in-education programs in schools and correctional facilities. Her book, Mothers Over Nangarhar, winner of the Kathryn A. Morton prize, was published in 2019 by Sarabande Books. She was named a 2020 New York Foundation for […]