Contributors' Notes

Jeff Bagato is multi-media artist living near Washington, DC. He produces poetry and prose as well as electronic music, glitch video, sticker art, and pop surrealism paintings. Some of his poetry has appeared in Empty Mirror, Futures Trading, Otoliths, River River, Ex-Ex Lit, and Zoomoozophone Review. His published books include Savage Magic (poetry), Spells of Coming Day (poetry), The Toothpick Fairy (fiction), and Computing Angels (fiction). A blog about his writing and publishing efforts can be found at

Jenna Cardinale is the author of a chapbook, A California (DGP, 2017). Some of her poems appear in Reality Beach, Pith, Verse Daily, and H_NGM_N. She lives in Brooklyn, NY, where she's always ready to take you on the Cyclone.

Joel Chace has published work in print and electronic magazines such as The Tip of the Knife, Counterexample Poetics, OR, Country Music, Infinity's Kitchen, and Jacket. His most recent collections include Sharpsburg (Cy Gist Press), Blake's Tree (Blue & Yellow Dog Press), Whole Cloth (Avantacular Press) Red Power (Quarter After Press), Kansoz (Knives, Forks, and Spoons Press), Web Too (from Tonerworks), War, and After(BlazeVOX Books), and Scorpions (Unlikely Books).

Rebecca Farivar is the author of Correct Animal (Octopus Books, 2011) and chapbooks Sudden Lake (Dikembe Press, 2017), Full Meal (BOAAT, 2015), Am Rhein (Burnside Review, 2013), and American Lit (Dancing Girl Press, 2011). Am Rhein was translated into French by Souffle Editions. She lives in Oakland, CA.

Ian Finch is a writer and designer from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. His work has appeared in Diagram, Rattle, Otoliths, Pelt, Four Minutes to Midnight, Mad Hatters' Review, and elsewhere.

Marco Giovenale lives in Rome, where he works as an editor and translator. He’s founder and editor of GAMM (2006) and Asemicnet (2011). He’s author of linear poetry, asemic stuff, photography, experimental prose pieces. Some linear texts in English: “A gunless tea” (2007, also at Dusie), “CDK” (2009, see t.a.p./SERIES), “anachromisms” (2014: Ahsahta Press), “white while” (2014: Gauss PDF). Four e-artbooks (as differx) at Vugg Books. Paper books of asemic works: Sibille asemantiche (Camera verde, 2008), This Is Visual Poetry / by Marco Giovenale (ed. by Dan Waber, 2011), Asemic Sibyls (RedFoxPress, 2013), Syn sybilles (La camera verde, 2013). Visual works in anthologies: Anthology Spidertangle (Xexoxial, 2009), The Last Vispo Anthology (Fantagraphics, 2012), An Anthology of Asemic Handwriting (Uitgeverij, 2013), A Kick in the Eye (Createspace, 2013). One sibyl is in The New Concrete. Visual Poetry in the 21st Century (V. Bean and Ch. McCabe, eds; Hayward Publishing, 2015). His site is Slowforward.

Noah Eli Gordon is an Associate Professor in the MFA Program at CU-Boulder. According to the author, "The poems featured here come from a series composed in late 2016/early 2017 entirely on my iPhone in less than five minutes each. I wanted to see if an art dedicated to presence and immediacy might offer itself as a balm against the technology that serves otherwise to eradicate the art from both of these conditions."

Arpine Konyalian Grenier’s work has appeared in numerous publications, more recently in Journal of Poetics Research and Barzakh; four of her collections are published, another is forthcoming from Corrupt Press. Her archives are held at Indiana University’s Lilly Library in Bloomington. She lives and writes in Los Angeles.

Daniel Y. Harris is the author of 11 collections of poetry and collaborative writing including The Rapture of Eddy Daemon (BlazeVOX, 2016), heshe egregore (with Irene Koronas, Éditions du Cygne, 2016), The Underworld of Lesser Degrees (NYQ Books, 2015), Esophagus Writ (with Rupert M. Loydell, The Knives Forks and Spoons Press, 2014) and Hyperlinks of Anxiety (Červená Barva Press, 2013) Some of his poetry, experimental writing, art, and essays have been published in BlazeVOX, The Café Irreal, Denver Quarterly, E·ratio, European Judaism, Exquisite Corpse, Kerem, The New York Quarterly, Notre Dame Review, In Posse Review, The Pedestal Magazine, Poetry Magazine, Poetry Salzburg Review, Stride, Ygdrasil and Zeek. He is Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder of X-Peri.

Robert Keith is a persona that works with visuals, texts, poetics, fiction, and exophonic writing. He is the author of four collections of poetry, and five chapbooks. His collection of visual poetry, Chicken Scratch, was published in 2017 (eyeameye books).

J. Mulcahy-King is Editor-in-Chief and Founder of The Licentiam: A journal of erotic literary experimentalism, the ethos of which has been adopted for this project. He has an MA in Social Justice from the University of South Wales, UK. His recent publications include, X-Peri, Stride Magazine, In The Red Magazine, Subliminal Interiors, The Wardrobe, Short, Fast, & Deadly, The Licentiam and Harbinger Asylum. He lives in Newport, South Wales.

Gustave Morin just released his 14th book, A Few Poetry (Nietzsche's Brolly, Toronto, 2018). Other recent titles include Xerolage 68: The Big Tomato (Xexoxial Editions, Wisconsin, 2018), and his typewriter poem tour de force, Clean Sails (New Star Books, Vancouver, 2015). Chapbooks are forthcoming through Puddles of Sky Press in Kingston, and Unarmed in Minneapolis. He makes his happy home in a small Canadian frontiertown with his two lovely ladies, Jenny & Nova.

Thomas Osatchoff has resided in many places throughout the world where he has had the opportunity to develop his perspective.

Hannah Rodabaugh has an MA from Miami University and an MFA from Naropa University. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Berkeley Poetry Review, ROAR Magazine, Horse Less Review, Written River, Rat's Ass Review, Nerve Lantern, Antinarrative, and HOOT. Her chapbooks include With Words: Verse in Concordance (Dancing Girl Press) and another forthcoming from Another New Calligraphy. Her poetry has been anthologized in A Sing Economy (Flim Forum Press) and Yoko Ono: A Tribute to Yoko Ono (Nerve Lantern). She has received grants from the Idaho Commission on the Arts and the Alexa Rose Foundation. She was the the 2017 Artist in Residence for Craters of the Moon National Monument.

D. B. Ruderman lives in Ann Arbor MI with his two teen-aged kids and his dog. Aside from essays on romanticism and poetry criticism and a recent book (The Idea of Infancy in 19th-C British Poetry: Romanticism, Subjectivity, Form) on Routledge, his poems have appeared in The Nervous Breakdown, The Berkeley Poetry Review, and Anomaly. He is a past recipient of the Hopwood Award at the University of Michigan and awards from the Academy of American poets. He currently teaches as an associate professor at The Ohio State University and runs a poetry-writing workshop for people in recovery from drugs and alcohol addiction called Writing and Rewriting the Self.

Karl Schroeder is a poet, musician, and teacher in the Upper Peninsula, where he studies in the MFA program at Northern Michigan University. Karl-related info can be found at

D. E. Steward's Chroma came out in five volumes in April from Archae Editions, Brooklyn.

Caroline Noble Whitbeck has an M.F.A. in poetry from Brown University and a Ph.D. in comparative literature from the University of Pennsylvania. 101 End-Time Recipes is the follow-up to her book Our Classical Heritage: A Homing Device (Switchback Books, 2007). Parts of 101 End-Time Recipes were published in in Elimae, and performed at the University of Maryland and 2018 AWP off-site Switchback Books reading.

Mark Young is the author of over forty books, primarily text poetry but also including speculative fiction, vispo, & art history. His work has been widely anthologized, & his essays & poetry translated into a number of languages. A new book, THE WORD FACTORY: a miscellany, is due out from gradient books of Finland later this year.