Contributors' Notes
Carlyle Baker’s work has recently appeared in Calibanonline, Empty Mirror, and an asemic writing show in Mexico.

Gary Barwin’s books include I, Dr. Greenblatt, Orthodontist, 251-1457 (Anvil Press), Sonosyntactics: Selected and New Poetry of Paul Dutton (Laurier Poetry Series), and Yiddish for Pirates (Random House Canada)

Michael Brandonisio is a visual artist, poet, and photographer. His work has appeared in diverse literary/art journals, including Small Po[r]tions, Otoliths, and forthcoming in Jazz Cigarette. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Heath Brougher is the poetry editor of Five 2 One Magazine. He has published two pamphlets with Green Panda Press and the chapbook "A Curmudgeon Is Born" (Yellow Chair Press). His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Diverse Voices Quarterly, Chiron Review, Of/with, Gold Dust Magazine, Main Street Rag, Crack the Spine, The Journal, *82 Review, eFiction India, and elsewhere.

Isabel Sobral Campos teaches literature in Montana. Her chapbook, Material, was published collaboratively by No, Dear and Small Anchor Press. Her work has appeared in Gauss PDF, Horseless Press, Yalobusha Review, and Bone Bouquet, among other journals.

Jennifer Firestone was raised in San Francisco and now lives in Brooklyn. She is an Assistant Professor of Literary Studies at Eugene Lang College (The New School). Her books include Gates & Fields (Belladonna*, forthcoming) Swimming Pool (DoubleCross Press), Flashes (Shearsman Books), Holiday (Shearsman Books), Waves (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs), from Flashes and snapshot (Sona Books) and Fanimaly (Dusie Kollektiv). Firestone co-edited (with Dana Teen Lomax) Letters To Poets: Conversations about Poetics, Politics and Community (Saturnalia Books). Firestone has work anthologized in Kindergarde: Avant-Garde Poems, Plays, Songs, & Stories for Children and Building is a Process / Light is an Element: essays and excursions for Myung Mi Kim. Firestone won the 2014 Marsh Hawk Press’ Robert Creeley Memorial Prize.

Jacklyn Janeksela can be found at felled limbs, Oddball Magazine, The Nervous Breakdown, Berfrois, Barrelhouse, Uut Poetry, Pig Latin, Thought Catalog, Luna Magazine, and Talking Book. Her work is forthcoming in WhiskeyPaper, Reality Hands, and Manneqüin Haüs. She is in a post-punk band called the Velblouds. She is an energy.

Diana Magallon is an experimental artist and the author of Del oiseau et del ogre.

Tomas Pridal was born in Czech Republic on the 14th of June 1968. He has published seven printed books of poetry and prose: Everything has the Colour of Soap (1996), A Hiccough from the Viewpoint of Literary Theory (1998), Man in my Bath (2000), Deposited Conversations (2003), The Coconut Ape (2004), Voices in a Biscuit (2007), Piquant Cops (2011), Pontiak (2011, www.tomaspridal-pontiak.com), and Chair fears not the dead (2014, tomaspridal-zidlesemrtvychneboji.com).His poems and drawings were published in Cafe Irreal, Eratio Poetry Journal, and 3:AM Magazine. He plays the guitar in duo Deceased Squirrel On The Phone (deceasedsquirrelonthephone.blogspot.cz).

Katie Schaag’s work has appeared in Ugly Ducking Presse, Requited Journal, and Rabbit Catastrophe Press.

Matthew Schmidt is working on a PhD in English at the University of Southern Mississippi. His poems have been published or are forthcoming in Hobart, Small Po[r]tions, and elsewhere.

Barbara Tomash is the author of three books of poetry, Arboreal (Apogee 2014), Flying in Water which won the 2005 Winnow First Poetry Award, and The Secret of White (Spuyten Duyvil 2009). Her manuscript PRE- was a finalist for the 2016 Colorado Poetry Prize. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, New American Writing, WebConjunctions, VOLT, Bateau Press, Verse, Jacket, OmniVerse, Witness and numerous other journals. She lives in Berkeley, California and teaches in the Creative Writing Department at San Francisco State University.

Jon Thompson edits the journal Free Verse. His books include Pictures of the Floating World (Expanded edition, Parlor Press, 2007), After Paradise: Essays on the Fate of American Writing(Shearsman, 2009), Landscape with Light (Shearsman Books, May 2014), and Strange Country (forthcoming from Shearsman Books).

Valerie Witte is the author of a game of correspondence (Black Radish Books) and the chapbook, "The history of mining" (ge collective/Poetry Flash). In 2014 she began a collaboration with Chicago-based artist Jennifer Yorke, and their work based on her manuscripts Flood Diary and A Rupture in the Interiors has appeared in exhibitions in Berkeley, Chicago, and Noyers, France. She is a member of Kelsey Street Press and the Bay Area Correspondence School (BACS).