Jeff Bagato produces poetry and prose as well as electronic music and glitch video. His published books include And the Trillions (long poem), and Computing Angels (fiction). A blog about his writing and publishing efforts can be found at 3jeffbagato.wordpress.com.
Christopher Barnes co-edits the poetry magazine Interpoetry. His reviews and criticism have appeared in Poetry Scotland, Jacket Magazine, Peel, and Combustus. He has given readings in numerous venues, including Waterstones Bookshop, Newcastle's Morden Tower, and the Proudwords lesbian and gay writing festival. His poetry collection LOVEBITES was published by Chanticleer Press in 2005. He lives in Newcastle, UK.
Michael Basinski lives a little past the airport in Buffalo, New York. In 2019 his work appeared in Angry Old Man, Jacket2, and New American Writing. Also, in 2019, BlazeVOX Books published his collection titled Salvage. He is also a visual, sound, and performance poet and over the years, his work has appeared in many, many magazines including Rampike, Yellow Field, Nerve Lantern, Mimeo Mimeo, Vanitas, Talisman, Vort, and Poetry. His most recent book of poetry is Tub Bunny (Spuyten Duyvil 2020 http://www.spuytenduyvil.net/tub-bunny.html).
Doug Bolling’s poetry has appeared in Posit, BlazeVOX, 0toliths, Indefinite Space, Streetcake, Adelaide, and The Inflectionist Review, among others. He lives in Chicago.
Sean Burke lives in South Berwick, Maine. His poems have appeared in Powder Keg, Small Po[r]tions, The Destoyer, past simple, and Jellyfish, among others.
Joel Chace has published work in print and electronic magazines such as, Eratio, Otoliths, Word For/Word, and Golden Handcuffs Review. Most recent collections include Scorpions, from Unlikely Books, Humors, from Paloma Press, and Threnodies, from Moria Books.
Kelvin Corcoran lives in Brussels. He is the author of numerous books of poetry, including most recently Facing West, 2017, the Medicine Unboxed commissioned Not Much To Say Really, 2017, Article 50, 2018, Below This Level, 2019, and The Republic of Song, from Parlor Press Free Verse Editions, 2020. The sequence ‘Helen Mania’ was a Poetry Book Society choice and the poem ‘At the Hospital Doors’ was highly commended by the Forward Prize 2017. His work is the subject of a study edited by Professor Andy Brown, The Poetry Occurs as Song, 2013.
Jeff Crouch is alive. In Texas.
Jon Curley teaches in the Humanities Department of New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey. He is the author of four poetry volumes. His latest collection, Remnant Halo, will be published in the spring of 2021.
Michelle Disler been published in North Dakota Quarterly, Gulf Coast, and The Massachusetts Review.
Mark Dow is the author of Plain Talk Rising (poems) and of American Gulag: Inside US Immigration Prisons. His "Barf Bag Rag" was in 3:AM Magazine, and his essay "Dickinson's Groove" was in PN Review 190.
William Garvin's critical writings about art & poetry have appeared in Establishment, Garageland Reviews, Hix Eros & The Shearsman Review. He is also the translator of The Hidden Third, a sequence of poetic theorems by the theoretical physicist Basarab Nicolescu, published by New York's Quantum Prose.
Arpine Konyalian Grenier is an independent scholar, born and raised in Beirut after the post-Ottoman era induced French rule of the region ended. Academic and corporate years were devoted to cardiovascular research, human resources development, regulatory finance, and the arts. She wrote during lunch breaks and the weekend, first music then poetry. She has five published collections (more recently The Silent G from Corrupt Press), and her work has appeared in numerous literary publications, often awarded or as finalist.
W. Scott Howard teaches in the Department of English & Literary Arts at the University of Denver, where he also serves as editor of Denver Quarterly and of F I V E S: a companion to Denver Quarterly. He is the author of Archive and Artifact: Susan Howe’s Factual Telepathy, Spinnakers, and ROPES, among other works of poetry and prose, criticism and theory. Scott lives in Englewood, CO, where he gardens and writes, following what crow dost.
J.I. Kleinberg is an artist, poet, and freelance writer. She has been twice nominated for Pushcart and Best of the Net awards. Her found poems have appeared in Arcade, Diagram, Dusie, Entropy, Otoliths, Word For/Word, and many other print and online publications. She lives in Bellingham, Washington, where she tears up magazines and posts frequently at thepoetrydepartment.wordpress.com and occasionally on Instagram @jikleinberg.
Jim Leftwich is a poet and essayist. He is the author of Doubt (Potes & Poets, 2000), Six Months Aint No Sentence Books 1 -187 (Differx Hosting@Box, 2011 - 2016), Containers Projecting Multitudes: Expositions on the Poetry of John M. Bennett (Luna Bisonte Prods, 2019), and three volumes of essays entitled Rascible & Kempt Vols. 1 - 3 (Luna Bisonte Prods, 2016-2017).
Diana Magallón says that drawing was her first language. She is the author of Oxygenation, De l’oiseau et de l’eau, largoscabellosflotantes (with Jeff Crouch), Bravísima Reseña (with John M. Bennett), Fábulas Furtivas and Phellipe in Wolf (in collaboration with Jukka-Pekka Kervinen). Her works have appeared in E∙ratio, Word for/Word, Slova, Compostxts, Fenamizah, Moria, Sentence, Great Works, Otoliths, The New Postliterate, and Shampoo, among others. http://cipollinaaaaa.blogspot.com
Seth McKelvey teaches at Auburn University. His poems appear most recently in TRANSOM, E-ratio, Bateau, BlazeVOX, and Stickman Review. He co-edits and publishes S/WORD (sslashword.com), a very small, independent, online journal of poetry and short fiction.
Pamela Miller is a Chicago-based writer who has published four books of poetry, most recently Miss Unthinkable (Mayapple Press). Her work has appeared in BlazeVOX, RHINO, Nixes Mate Review, Blue Fifth Review, MAYDAY, New Poetry From the Midwest, Circe's Lament: Anthology of Wild Women Poetry, and many other journals and anthologies. She has just completed a new collection, How to Do the Greased Wombat Slide, and is working on a visual poetry chapbook.
Rich Murphy’s poetry collection “The Left Behind” won the 2020 Press Americana Poetry Prize and will be published in February 2021. His collection “Space Craft” will be published this summer by Wipf and Stock. His books Prophet Voice Now, essays, by Common Ground Research Network and Practitioner Joy, poetry, by Wipf and Stock were published 6/20. His poetry collections have won other national book awards: Gival Press Poetry Prize 2008 for Voyeur and in 2013 the Press Americana Poetry Prize for Americana. Other collections include Asylum Seeker (2018) Press Americana; Body Politic, (2017) Prolific Press; and The Apple in the Monkey Tree (2007) Codhill Press. He is guest lecturer at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
J. D. Nelson experiments with words in his subterranean laboratory. Visit www.MadVerse.com for more information and links to his published poems. Nelson lives in Colorado.
Benjamin Norman Pierce is a professional dishwasher with BA's in Philosophy, History, and English. He lived in Sophia, Bulgaria for two and a half years, teaching history at First English Language Gymnasium of Sophia, participating in the expatriate writing circles there, and taking time to learn painting. He practices Hermetic magick. He paints in tempera and draws in chalk or pastels, and does some work in purely digital media as well, and has had graphics published in Ancient Heart, Convergence, Moebius and upcoming in Aji. He self-published a novel, Snuck Past Death and Sleep, and has an album of Lovecraft-inspired ambient music, Al-Azif, and an electronica album, Three Hooks available on Spotify, Bandcamp and SoundCloud. He has published poetry in Lilliput Review, Poesy, Dragonfly, Raintown Review, Red Owl, Scifaikuest, Free Verse, Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets Calendar, Primordial Traditions, Convergences, Acme: a Journal of Critical Geography and Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition, Convergences, Chiron Review, Euphony, Alchemy, Poetica Review, The Bees Are Dead, Portland Metrozine, and Innumerable Stumble. He has lived in Madison co-operative houses, most recently Nottingham Co-op, since 1989. He was an enthusiastic participant in the 2011 occupation of the Wisconsin state capitol building. He is a regular participant in Open Mike Nights and displays art in small galleries and coffee houses as the opportunity arises.
Allan Peterson's most recent book is This Luminous, New and Selected Poems. Other titles include All the Lavish in Common, and Fragile Acts, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. His website is www.allanpeterson.net.
Katie Quarles has a B.A. in Literature from U.C. Santa Cruz. She was the recipient of the 2008 Ina Coolbrith Memorial Prize. Her work has appeared in numerous journals including Apocryphal Text, Inter|rupture, Poetry Now, Dime Show Review, and the anthology Connoisseurs of Suffering. She works as a freelance copyeditor in Rocklin, California.
William Repass lives and works in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His poetry has appeared in, or is forthcoming from, Bennington Review, Denver Quarterly, Hotel Amerika, Threadcount, and elsewhere. His critical writing can be found at Full Stop, Colorado Review, and Slant.
Marilyn R. Rosenberg's sheets/pages are actual images made with traditional misc. media on various selected papers. Asemic and visual poems are marks made with the use of pens and brushes, templates, inks and gouache and with collage added, as well. Sometimes the works are scanned into the computer to change and merge to be unique and edition artists' books/bookworks. Rosenberg's works are in virtual exhibitions, blogs and web publications. Rosenberg's website is at www.peekskillartsalliance.org/artist/marilyn-r-rosenberg/. A representation web catalog page is at centralbookingnyc.com/artists/marilyn-rosenberg.
Randee Silv's wordslabs have appeared in Posit, Urban Graffiti, Maudlin House, Bone Bouquet, Compostxt, Otoliths, Farnessity, Datura, and elsewhere. The Portuguese artist Mumtazz uses perception as a material as well as the ephemeral, the anonymous and magic in her collages. Silv is editor of Arteidolia and the journal swifts & slows: a quarterly of crisscrossings.
Joshua Smith's work is collected at jsmith.bio
Kevin Stebner is an artist, poet and musician from Calgary, Alberta. He produces visual art using old videogame gear, and produces music with his chiptune project GreyScreen, post-hardcore in his band Fulfilment, as well as alt-country in the band Cold Water. His first book of poems, Sunshine Policy, is out from Straw Books. Stebner has spent the quarantine preparing two new manuscripts, his first novel, and a large amass of typewriter visual poems. He is also the proprietor of Calgary's best bookstore that's in a shed, Shed Books.
D. E. Steward’s five volumes of Chroma were out in 2018 from Archae Editions in Brooklyn. Chroma is a month-to-month calendar book. The months are continuing.
Bill Wolak has just published his fifteenth book of poetry entitled The Nakedness Defense with Ekstasis Editions. His collages have appeared as cover art for such magazines as Phoebe, Harbinger Asylum, Baldhip Magazine, Barfly Poetry Magazine, Ragazine, Cardinal Sins, Pithead Chapel, The Wire’s Dream, Thirteen Ways Magazine, Phantom Kangaroo, Rathalla Review, Free Lit Magazine, Typehouse Magazine, and Flare Magazine. His collages have appeared recently in Naked in New Hope 2018, The 2019 Seattle Erotic Art Festival, Poetic Illusion, The Riverside Gallery, Hackensack, NJ, the 2019 Dirty Show in Detroit, 2018 The Rochester Erotic Arts Festival, and the 2018 Montreal Erotic Art Festival.
Mark Young's most recent books are a collection of visual pieces, The Comedians, from Stale Objects de Press; turning to drones, from Concrete Mist Press; & turpentine from Luna Bisonte Prods. Visual &/or text poetry has recently appeared in E·ratio, X-Peri, Brave New Word, Utsanga.it, Synchronized Chaos, Hamilton Stone Review, & several other places.