Scott Abels is the author of the chapbooks Nebraska Fantastic (Beard of Bees) and A State of the Union Speech (Beard of Bees).
Lucy Adkins is the author of the chapbook One Life Shining: Addie Finch, Farmwife (Pudding House).
Nick Admussen is the author of the forthcoming chapbook Neither Nearing Nor Departing from Two of Cups Press, which is now available for preorder. He is also the author of Watching Lumia from Winged City Press, The Experiment in Morbidity from Grey Book Press, and Movie Plots from Epiphany Editions. His poems have appeared in publications including the Boston Review, Fence, Blackbird, and at DIAGRAM. He lives in Ithaca, New York where he teaches Chinese literature at Cornell University.
Liz Ahl‘s first chapbook, A Thirst That’s Partly Mine, won the 2008 Slapering Hol chapbook contest; a second chapbook, Luck, was published in 2010 by Pecan Grove Press. In 2012, Talking About the Weather will be published by Seven Kitchens Press. In 2002, a limited edition (30) collection of poetry, On The Avenue of Eternal Peace, was designed and printed by book artist Joe Ruffo (Lyra Press) and beautifully bound by Denise Brady.
Wayne Anson is a dedicated blogger that writes in the genres of mystery/suspense, Christian curriculum, church histories, and plays. He is the immediate past president of the Nebraska Writers Guild and the author a chapbook published by his church years ago and one he made for his wife.
Wendy Barker is the author of the chapbooks Eve Remembers (Aark Arts, 1996), Between Frames (Pecan Grove), and Things of the Weather (Pudding House). She is a recipient of an NEA fellowship, a Rockefeller residency fellowship at Bellagio and the Mary Elinore Smith Poetry Prize from The American Scholar. She serves as poetry editor of Persimmon Tree, An Online Journal of the Arts for Women Over Sixty.
Margaret Bashaar’s second chapbook, Letters From Room 27 of the Grand Midway Hotel, was published by Blood Pudding Press in 2011. She currently edits Hyacinth Girl Press and occasionally runs a poetry reading here and there.
Grace Bauer is the author of the chapbooks Where You’ve Seen Her (Pennywhistle Press), The House Where I’ve Never Lived (Anabiosis Press), and Field Guide to the Ineffable: Poems on Marcel Duchamp (Snail’s Pace Press).
DeMisty D. Bellinger, a Milwaukee native, teaches Creative Writing, Women’s Studies, and African-American Studies at Fitchburg State University. She is the author of Rubbing Elbows from Finishing Line Press. Her most recent poems can be found in Blue Fifth Review and Boston Accent Lit. demistybellinger.com
Andrea Blythe bides her time waiting for the apocalypse by writing speculative poetry and fiction. Her work has appeared in various publications both online and in print, and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, the Rhysling Award, Sundress Best of the Net, and Independent Best American Poetry. Every Girl Becomes the Wolf, a collaborative chapbook written with Laura Madeline Wiseman, is forthcoming in 2018 from Finishing Line Press. She serves as an associate editor for Zoetic Press and is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association. Learn more at: www.andreablythe.com
Nicole Borello is the author of the chapbook Fried Fish and Breast Milk (dancing girl press) and is the founder and editor of Quaci Press.
Julie Brooks Barbour is the author of Small Chimes (2014) and two chapbooks: Earth Lust and Come To Me and Drink. She is an Associate Poetry Editor at Connotation Press: An Online Artifact and Poetry Editor of Border Crossing. She teaches composition and creative writing at Lake Superior State University.
Denise Brady has made handmade limited editions books of contemporary poetry since 1984 when she studied letterpress printing with Harry Duncan at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Denise has taught many workshops and worked as coordinator of the Nebraska Book Arts Center at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, as Director of the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City, and currently manages the Art Gallery at UNO.
Sara Burnett‘s poems have appeared in Barrow Street, Poet Lore, The Cortland Review, and elsewhere. She holds a MFA in poetry from the University of Maryland and a MA in English Literature from the University of Vermont. She is a recipient of Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference work-study scholarships to support her writing. She is the author of the chapbook Mother Tongue (Dancing Girl Press). She lives in Silver Spring, MD with her family and blogs on writing, art, and parenting at www.writingwhileparenting.blogspot.com.
Amanda N. Butler is the author of Tabeau Vivant (Dancing Girl Press).
Kristi Carter is the author of Daughter Shaman Sings Blood Anthem (Porkbelly Press) and Cosmovore (Aqueduct Press). Her chapbook Red and Vast is forthcoming from dancing girl press. Her poems have appeared in publications including So to Speak, poemmemoirstory, CALYX, Hawaii Review, and Nimrod. Her work examines of the intersection of gender and intergenerational trauma in 20th Century poetics. She holds a PhD from University of Nebraska Lincoln and an MFA from Oklahoma State University.
Susana H. Case is the author of the chapbooks The Scottish Café (Slapering Hol Press), Anthropologist In Ohio (Main Street Rag Publishing Company), The Cost Of Heat (Pecan Grove Press), and Manual of Practical Sexual Advice (Kattywompus Press). An English-Polish reprint of The Scottish Café, Kawiarnia Szkocka, was published by Opole University Press in Poland. http://iris.nyit.edu/~shcase/.
Sarah A. Chavez, a mestiza born and raised in the California Central Valley, is the author of the chapbook, All Day, Talking published by Dancing Girl Press. She holds a PhD in English with a focus in poetry and Ethnic Studies from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. A selection from her chapbook manuscript All Day, Talking won the Susan Atefat Peckham Fellowship in 2013. She is a proud member of the Macondo Writers Workshop. www.sarahachavez.com
Robert Cole is the author of the collaborative chapbook Mutant Neuron Codex Swarm with Juliet Cook.
Juliet Cook‘s chapbooks include The Laura Poems (Blood Pudding Press, 2006), Girl Gang (Blood Pudding Press, 2007), Planchette (Blood Pudding Press, 2008), Gingerbread Girl (Trainwreck Press, 2008), Projectile Vomit (Scantily Clad Press, 2008), Mondo Crampo (Dusie Kollektiv 3, 2009), Pink Leotard & Shock Collar (Spooky Girlfriend Press, 2009), Tongue Like a Stinger (Wheelhouse, 2009), Fondant Pig Angst (Slash Pine Press, 2009), Soft Foam (Blood Pudding Press for Dusie Kollektiv 4, 2010), Post-Stroke (Blood Pudding Press for Dusie Kollektiv 5, 2011), Thirteen Designer Vaginas (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2011), and Poisonous Beautyskull Lollipop (Grey Book Press, 2013).
Gillian Cummings is the author of the chapbooks Spirits of the Humid Cloud (Dancing Girl Press) and Petals as an Offering in Darkness (Finishing Line Press).
Raylyn Clacher is the author of the chapbook All of Her Leaves (Dancing Girl Press).
Julie Danho’s chapbook, Six Portraits, won the 2013 Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Competition. Her poems and essays have appeared in Barrow Street, Mid-American Review, West Branch, Southern Poetry Review, and Bellingham Review, among other journals. She received an M.F.A. from Ohio State University and has been awarded fellowships in poetry from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. juliedanho.weebly.com.
Kristina Marie Darling is the author of ten books and chapbooks, which include Melancholia (An Essay) (Ravenna Press), Petrarchan (BlazeVOX Books), and (with Carol Guess) X Marks the Dress: A Registry (Gold Wake Press).
Laura E. Davis is the Founding Editor of Weave Magazine. Her poem “Widowing” won the 2011 Crab Creek Review Poetry Contest, judged by Dorianne Laux. She is the author of the chapbook Braiding the Storm.
Risa Denenberg is the author of what we owe each other (The Lives You Touch Publications), In My Exam Room (The Lives You Tough Publications), and blinded by clouds (Hyacinth Girl Press).
Cat Dixon‘s work has appeared in Sugar House Review, Midwest Quarterly Review, Coe Review, Eclectica among others. Her full-length poetry book Too Heavy to Carry was published in 2014 by Stephen F. Austin University Press, and her chapbook Our End Has Brought the Spring was published by Finishing Line Press.
Mary Stone Dockery is the author of the chapbooks Aching Buttons, Blink Finch, and The Dopamine Letters (Hyacinth Girl Press) and Honey and Bandages (co-written with Katie Longofono, Folded Word Press). She coordinates the First Thursday Poetry Reading Series in St. Joseph, MO, where she also teaches English and co-edits Stone Highway Review.
Meg Eden is the author of the chapbooks Your Son (NFSPS), Rotary Phones and Facebook (Dancing Girl Press), The Girl Who Came Back (Red Bird Chapbooks), and A Week With Beijing (NEON).
Nathan Elias is the author of the novelette A Myriad of Roads That Lead to Here and the chapbook Glass City Blues: Poems. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles and has served as Fiction, Art, and Flash Fiction editor on the literary journal Lunch Ticket. He has taught a variety of creative writing classes, including fiction, poetry, and screenwriting. He is currently working on a novel. www.Nathan-Elias.com
Dennis Etzel, Jr. is the author of the chapbook The Sum of Two Mothers.
Cary Fagan is part of the editorial collective behind Espresso, a publisher of limited edition chapbooks, and the author of numerous books, including the chapbook of essays What I Learned in Florida.
Cort Fernald is a professional writer/editor and a facilitator and member of the Nebraska Writers Workshop. He has published four novels and is the managing editor for the Voices of the Plains anthologies and the Nebraska Writers Guild’s poetry chapbook, forthcoming in April 2019.
Kelly Fordon is the author of three chapbook, On the Street Where We Live, which on the 2012 Standing Rock Chapbook Competition, Tell Me When it Starts to Hurt, published by Kattywompus Press and The Witness published by Kattywompus Press. She is also the author of a Michigan Notable Book Garden for the Blind, published by Wayne State University Press.
Jennifer Franklin‘s chapbook, Persephone’s Ransom (Finishing Line Press) was published in September 2011. Franklin is co-editor of Slapering Hol Press, the small press imprint of The Hudson Valley Writers’ Center. She teaches poetry workshops and seminars at The Hudson Valley Writers’ Center and lives in New York City. jenniferfranklinpoetry.com
Megan Gannon is the author of the chapbook The Witches’ Index: Spells, Incantations, and Poems.
Jean-Paul Garnier is the author of the six chapbooks Post-Climax Exhaustion, The Devil Wears a Hat, 100 Haiku, Rondels, High-Coup, The Great Encounter, and Future Anthropology. He is also the bookstore owner and chapbook publisher at Space Cowboy Books.
Geoffrey Gatza is the author many books of poetry, including Apollo (BlazeVOX), Secrets of my Prison House (BlazeVOX) Kenmore: Poem Unlimited (Casa Menendez) and HouseCat Kung Fu: Strange Poems for Wild Children (Meritage Press).
F.I. Goldhaber‘s poetry chapbooks include Food ♦ Family ♦ Friends, Subversive Verse, and Pairs of Poems. Learn more: http://www.goldhaber.net/
Laura Goldstein is the author of the chapbook Let Her from Dancing Girl Press, and chapbook, Inventory, from Sona Books. She currently co-curates the Red Rover reading series with Jennifer Karmin and teaches Writing and Literature at Loyola University.
Joshua Gray is the author of the chapbook Mera Bharat (Red Dashboard).
Elizabeth Harper‘s DIY chapbook is Tender Bonbons.
Joseph Harrington is the author of numerous collections, including Of Some Sky (BlazeVOX Books), Goodnight Whoever’s Listening (Essay Press), and the echapbook, Earth Day Suite (Beard of Bees). He is also the editor of the echapbook, Tracking/Teaching: On Documentary Poetics (Essay Press).
Jeffrey Hecker is the author of Rumble Seat (San Francisco Bay Press) and the chapbook Hornbook (Horse Less Press). He resides in Olde Towne Portsmouth, Virginia
Sara Henning is the author of A Sweeter Water (Lavender Ink), as well as a chapbook, To Speak of Dahlias (Finishing Line Press).
Michael Henson is the author the chapbook Timothy Weatherstone (Overtime).
Michele Herman’s poetry chapbook Victory Boulevard was published in 2018 by Finishing Line Press. She teaches at The Writers Studio. She is also a long-time columnist for The Villager, the Greenwich Village weekly paper, and often performs her own prose and poetry in cabaret and theatrical settings around New York City.
Jennifer Hirt is the Associate Professor and Chair of the English Program at Penn State Harrisburg. She is the author of the chapbook Too many questions about strawberries (Tolson Books) and the author of the memoir Under Glass: The Girl with a Thousand Christmas Trees (University of Akron Press).
Amorak Huey is the author of the chapbook The Insomniac Circus from Hyacinth Girl.
Elizabeth Jacobson’s chapbooks include A Brown Stone and Are the Children Make Believe?, both from dancing girl press. She has two full-length collections, Not into the Blossoms and Not into the Air, winner of the New Measure Poetry Prize, Parlor Press, 2019, and Her Knees Pulled In, Tres Chicas Books, 2012. Her poems have been published in the American Poetry Review, Ploughshares, Plume, Orion Magazine, JuxtaProse, The Miami Rail, The American Journal of Poetry and elsewhere.
Liz Kay is the author of the chapbook Something to Help Me Sleep (Dancing Girl Press).
Sally Rosen Kindred is the author of the chapbooks Garnet Lanterns, winner of the Anabiosis Press Prize (2005) and Darling Hands, Darling Tongue (Hyacinth Girl Press), and the full-length collections are both from Mayapple Press: No Eden and Book of Asters. sallyrosenkindred.com
Alyse Knorr is the author of Alternates (Dancing Girl Press).
Greg Kosmicki is the author of the chapbooks The Patron Saint of Lost and Found (Lone Willow Press), For My Son in a Motel Room (Sandhills Press), when there wasn’t any war (The Backwaters Press), tables, chairs, wall, window (Sandhills Press), and Greatest Hits 1975-2000 (Pudding House Publications).
Marianne Kunkel is the author of the chapbook The Laughing Game.
Steve Langan is the author of the chapbook Notes on Exile (The Backwaters Press), winner of the The Weldon Kees Award 2004.
Hiram Larew is the author of the full-length collection More than Anything (Vrzhu Press) and the two chapbooks Utmost (I. Giraffe Press), and Part Of . His poems have appeared most recently in vox poetica, Viator, Every Day Poems, and Shot Glass. He is a member of the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Poetry Board, and has been nominated for four Pushcarts.
Rodger LeGrand studied writing at Sarah Lawrence College and the State University of New York at Oswego. He is a lecturer in Writing, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has five collections of poetry in print—Seeds (2017), Millions of Ravenous Creatures (2016), Hope and Compulsion (2009), Waking Up On a Sinking Boat (2008), and Various Ways of Thinking About the Universe (2005). You can reach him at www.rodgerlegrand.com.
Ellaraine Lockie‘s tenth chapbook, Coffee House Confessions, was released from Silver Birch Press. Ellaraine serves as Poetry Editor for the lifestyles magazine, Lilipoh.
Lindsay Lusby is the author of the chapbook Imago (Dancing Girl Press).
Sandra Marchetti is the author of Confluence (Sundress Publications). Her first volume, The Canopy, won Midwest Writing Center’s Mississippi Valley Chapbook Contest.
Clif Mason‘s poems have appeared in Southern Poetry Review, New Millennium Writings, Orbis, and in From the Dead Before, a Lone Willow Press chapbook. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and he has been the recipient of a Fulbright Award to Rwanda, Africa.
Beth McDermott is the author of How to Leave a Farmhouse (Porkbelly Press).
Nicci Mechler (MA English & BFA Studio Art, Northern Kentucky University) splits her time between writing, bookbinding, and drawing girls with inky tattoos. Her work has appeared in such magazines as Arroyo Literary Review, The Pinch, Roanoke Review, Stone Telling, and Kestrel.
Jenn Monroe is the author of the chapbook Something More Like Love (Finishing Line Press). A Pushcart Prize nominee, her work has been published in a number of journals, both online and in print, and is forthcoming in Tower Journal and Dressing Room Poetry Journal.
Jason Morphew started life in a mobile home in Pike County, Arkansas; he holds a PhD in English Renaissance Literature from UCLA. The Jan. 31, 2018 Washington Post reviewed Morphew’s first full-length collection of poems, dead boy, as one of the three “best poetry collections to read this month.” He’s published the chapbooks In Order to Commit Suicide and What to deflect when you’re deflecting. He’s shared stages with renowned poets Claudia Rankine, Afaa Michael Weaver, and Joe Wenderoth. As a singer-songwriter Morphew has released albums on the labels Brassland, Ba Da Bing, Max, and Unread. He lives in Laurel Canyon and teaches English at UCLA.
Sarah Fawn Montgomery has a memoir forthcoming with The Ohio State University Press and is the author of three poetry chapbooks, Regenerate: Poems from Mad Women (Dancing Girl Press 2017), Leaving Tracks: A Prairie Guide (Finishing Line Press), and The Astronaut Checks His Watch (Finishing Line Press 2014). She is an Assistant Professor at Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts.
Amy Monticello is the author of the chapbook Close Quarters. She is a regular contributor at The Nervous Breakdown, and maintains an essay called Ten Square Miles. www.amymonticello.com.
David O’Connel earned an M.F.A. from Ohio State University and taught high school English for nearly a decade. His poems have been published in Columbia Poetry Review, North American Review, Poet Lore, and Rattle, among other journals. He’s received two fellowships from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.
Wendy Oleson is the author of the chapbook Our Daughter and Other Stories. Her stories, poems, and hybrid texts appear/are forthcoming in Cimarron Review, Calyx, Copper Nickel, and elsewhere. She teaches creative writing online for the Writers’ Program at UCLA Extension and is an Associate Prose Editor for Fairy Tale Review and Memorious Magazine.
Steven Ostrowski is a poet, fiction writer, painter and songwriter. His work appears widely in literary journals, magazines and anthologies. He is the author of four published chapbooks–three of poems and one of stories, the publishers of which are Bright Hill Press (In Late Fields), ELJ (A Pile of Crosses), Finishing Line Press (Birds, Boys, God); Seen/unseen is a collaboration written with his son Benjamin and published by Cervena Barva Press. Forthcoming are two more chapbooks. One, After the Tate Modern, won the 2017 Atlantic Road Prize and will be published by Island Verse Editions in mid-2018. A second collaborative effort written with Ben Ostrowski, called q&a, will be published in late 2018 by About Publications.
Du Peng is a poet, stand up comedian, life drawing model and the author of two chapbooks Butchering Pigs with Maoism as a guide and The Elephant’s Scale. He received his BA from Emporia State University in English and he is getting his master degree in Instructional Design and Technology. Du Peng’s poetry has appeared in Flint Hill Reviews.
Katie Phillips is the author of the chapbook Driving Montana, Alone, (winner of the Slapering Hol Press 2010 Chapbook Competition).
Cati Porter is the author Seven Floors Up (Mayapple Press), the chapbooks small fruit songs (Pudding House) and (al)most delicious (dancing girl press), and the illustrated e-chapbook what Desire makes of us. www. catiporter.com
Kimberly Ann Priest is the author of White Goat Black Sheep (FLP) and her poetry has appeared in several literary journals including The 3288 Review, Temenos, Borderlands: The Texas Poetry Review, The West Texas Literary Review, Windhover, Ruminate Magazine and The Berkeley Poetry Review. She is an MFA graduate of New England College, an English instructor, and an editor for the Nimrod International Journal.
Sarah Reck’s short stories and poetry have appeared in The Tributary, Elephant Tree, and Make It So: Poetry Inspired by Star Trek The Next Generation chapbook. SarahReck.com.
Nancy Reddy is the author of Double Jinx (Milkweed Editions), a 2014 winner of the National Poetry Series, and Acadiana (Black Lawrence Press, 2018). Poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Pleiades, Blackbird, The Iowa Review, Smartish Pace, and elsewhere. The recipient of a Walter E. Dakin Fellowship from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference and grants from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the Sustainable Arts Foundation, she teaches writing at Stockton University in southern New Jersey. You can find her online at nancyreddy.com.
Todd Robinson‘s chapbook, Note at Heart Rock, was runner-up in the 2012 Main Street Rag Chapbook Contest.
Sarah Lyn Rogers is a Pushcart-nominated writer from the San Francisco Bay Area and the former Fiction Editor for The Rumpus. She is the author of Inevitable What, a poetry chapbook focused on magic and rituals.
Carly Sachs is the editor of the why and later (Deep Cleveland Press, 2007), and the author of the full-length collection the stream sequence (Washington Writers’ Publishing House, 2006), and the DIY chapbook Yama Niyama, a sequence on yogic philosophy.
Lynn Schmeidler’s Curiouser & Curiouser won the 2013 Grayson Books Chapbook prize. She teaches privately and at the Hudson Valley Writers Center in Sleepy Hollow, NY.
Barbara Schmitz is the author of the chapbooks The Lives if the Saints (Sandhills), The Upside Down Heart (Sandhills), and What Bob Says (Pudding House).
Karen Schubert is the author of the chapbooks Black Sand Beach (Kattywompus Press), I Left My Wings on a Chair (The Kent State University Press), Bring Down the Sky (Kattywompus Press), and The Geography of Lost Houses (Pudding House).
Tyler Robert Sheldon’s newest books are the collection Driving Together (Meadowlark Books) and the chapbook Consolation Prize (Finishing Line Press). He received the 2016 Charles E. Walton Essay Award and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and the AWP Intro Journals Award. His poetry, fiction, and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in The Los Angeles Review, The Midwest Quarterly, Pleiades, Quiddity, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, and other venues. He holds an MA in English from Emporia State University, and is an MFA candidate at McNeese State University. He lives in Baton Rouge. Learn more at his website.
Allie Shyer‘s chapbook is Notes on Young. She writer and artist living in Chicago and is a member of 3rd-Language art collective.
Brenda Sieczkowski’s chapbooks are Wonder Girl in Monster Land, published in 2012 by dancing girl press and , Fallout & Flotation Devices, published by Little Red Leaves. Like Oysters Observing the Sun, her first full-length collection, was released by Black Lawrence Press.
Linda Simone’s debut poetry collection, The River Will Save Us, is forthcoming from Kelsay Books/Aldrich Press. She is the author of the chapbooks Archeology (Flutter Press, 2014); Cow Tippers (Shadow Ink Publications, 2006); and the children’s book Moon: A Poem (Richard C. Owen Publishers, 2002). Her 15-poem sequence, “Stations of the Cross” appearing in Alternatives to Surrender (Plain View Press, 2007), was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is honored to be among 30 poets selected for publication in San Antonio’s 2018 Tricentennial celebration chapbook. www.lindasimone.com.
Michael Skau is the author of a two books of literary criticism, a full-length book of poetry, and the chapbook of poetry, Me and God Poems (Brady Press, 1990).
Sarah J. Sloat has published four chapbooks: In the Voice of a Minor Saint (Tilt Press/out of print), Excuse me while I wring this long swim out of my hair (Dancing Girl Press), Homebodies (Hyacinth Girl Press), and Inksuite (Dancing Girl Press).
Bud Smith is the author of the novels, F 250 and Tollbooth, the short story collection Or Something Like That and the poetry collection Everything Neon.
J. Hope Stein is the author of the chapbooks [Talking Doll]: (Dancing Girl Press), Corner Office (H_NGM_N BKS) and [Mary]: (Hyacinth Girl Press). Her chapbook Light’s Golden Jubilee was a finalist in the 2011 Ahsahta Chapbook Contest. J. Hope Stein is also the author of poetry/humor site eecattings.com, editor of poetrycrush.com.
Margo Taft Stever’s chapbook, The Hudson Line, was a 2012 editor’s choice for Main Street Review. Her full-length book, Frozen Spring (2002), was the winner of the Mid-List Press First Series Award for Poetry. Her chapbook, Reading the Night Sky (Introduction by Denise Levertov), won the 1996 Riverstone Poetry Chapbook Competition. She is the founder of The Hudson Valley Writers’ Center (www.writerscenter.org) and the founding editor of the Slapering Hol Press.
Rachel Trousdale is the author of Antiphonal Fugue for Marx Brothers, Elephant, and Slide Trombone (Finishing Line Press, 2015). She is also the author of a scholarly book, Nabokov, Rushdie, and the Transnational Imagination, and is now working on a book on humor in modern poetry.
Meg Tuite is the fiction editor of The Santa Fe Literary Review and Connotation Press. Her chapbook, Disparate Pathos, is available (2012) through Monkey Puzzle Press. http://megtuite.wordpress.com.
Abigail Welhouse is the author of the chapbook Bad Baby (dancing girl press, 2015). She holds an MFA from the City College of New York, sends Secret Poems at tinyletter.com/welhouse, and would like to talk to you on Twitter: @welhouse.
Allyson Whipple is the director of the Austin Feminist Poetry Festival and co-editor of the 2016 Texas Poetry Calendar. She is the author of the chapbook We’re Smaller Than We Think We Are and co-creator of Choice:Texas.
Sarah Ann Winn’s chapbook, Portage, is available as a free download from Sundress Publications. Porkbelly will be releasing her micro chapbook, Haunting the Last House on Holland Island, in Summer of 2016. http://bluebirdwords.com or @blueaisling.
Cecilia Woloch is the author of six collections of poems, most recently Carpathia (BOA Editions 2009). Her chapbook Earth (Two Sylvias Press, 2014) won the Two Sylvias Press Chapbook Prize. Her chapbook Narcissus (Tupelo Press 2008) won the Snowbound Series Chapbook Award. The founding director of Summer Poetry in Idyllwild and The Paris Poetry Workshop, she has also served on the faculties of a number of creative writing programs and teaches independently throughout the U.S. and around the world.