S. L. Alderton lives in Aurora, Colorado, where she is pursuing a B.A. in journalism at Metro State College of Denver.
Andrew Cox is the author of The Equation that Explains Everything (BlazeVOX 2010) and the chapbook Fortune Cookies (2River 2009). He lives in University City, Missouri, where he edits the UCity Review.
Dustin Hellberg, a graduate of the Iowa Writer’s Workshop, is currently a PhD candidate at Europaische Universitat fur Hoch-Studien, and he teaches at Yonsei University in Seoul, where he is editing an anthology of Korean poetry in translation and finishing a second novel.
Kimberly Horne lives and teaches in Austin, Texas. Her writing has appeared in Crab Creek Review, Puerto del Sol, The Spoon River Poetry Review, and Southern Poetry Review, among others. Her MFA in poetry is from the University of Virginia.
Norman Lock has written novels, short fiction, and stage, radio, and screen plays. He received The Paris Review’s Aga Kahn Prize and a National Endowment for the Arts’ poetry fellowship. His latest books are Pieces for Small Orchestra & Other Fictions (Spuyten Duyvil) and Escher’s Journal (Ravenna Press). (website)
Anthony Opal is poetry editor for The Economy and chapbook review editor for TriQuarterly Online. His work has appeared in various magazines and journals, including Boston Review, Notre Dame Review, and The Progressive. He lives in Chicago, where he is a graduate student at Northwestern University and works in the department of Art History. (website)
Peter Street has worked as a gravedigger/exhumer, head chef, youth worker, prison tutor, and war poet during the conflict in Bosnia. He has published five collections of poetry. (Peter Street at Disability Arts Online)
Sue Brannan Walker, Poet Laureate of Alabama and the Stokes Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing at the University of South Alabama, has nine published books of poetry. She is completing a critical book on James Dickey for Mellen Press.
Amy Wright is the Nonfiction Editor of Zone 3 Press and Zone 3 journal, as well as the author of three chapbooks: Farm, There Are No New Ways To Kill A Man, and The Garden Will Give You A Fat Lip, which won the 2012 Pavement Saw Chapbook Contest.
Summer © 2012 by Richard Long
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