Ryan Daley writes and teaches in New York City. His translations have appeared in Golden Handcuffs Review. Poetry and reviews have appeared in Spooky Boyfriend, Death Metal Poetry, GlitterPony, Sawbuck, Jacket Magazine and Galatea Resurrects. His most recent chapbook appeared thanks to Airforce Joyride (The Greying Ghost Press), and his first book, Armored Elevator, was published by BlazeVOX Books in 2007. He blogs at Giver (http://charitablegiving.blogspot.com/).
Laura Davenport recently received her PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Denver. She lives and teaches in San Antonio, TX.
Michael Stewart is a writer and professor living in Providence. He is currently the Rhode Island Art Council’s Fellow in both fiction and poetry, although he’s still not quite sure what the difference actually is between the two. A list of publications and more of his work can be found at strangesympathies.com.
Olivia Olsen graduated from Brown University in 2008. She now lives in Stockholm, Sweden.
Erika Linden Jung is studying literary arts and psychology at Brown University. In 2005, she won the Alice B. Wilson Teen Literary Award for her short story, "The Universal Stupor." Her work has appeared in Calliope and The Acorn Press.
Benjamin Hersey writes and performs in Northampton, MA. A chapbook of monologues, This is What We're Up Against, was published by Chuckwagon in the fall of 2008.
Lily Hoang 's first book PARABOLA won the Chiasmus Press Un-Doing the Novel Contest in 2006. She's also the author of CHANGING (Fairy Tale Review Press, 2008) and the forthcoming novels INVISIBLE WOMEN (StepSister Press, 2009) and THE EVOLUTIONARY REVOLUTION (Les Figues Press, 2010). She's an Associate Editor of Starcherone Books and co-editor of the forthcoming anthology 30 UNDER 30. She currently lives in Indiana.
Sara Dieterich [Cracked Flesh]
Catherine Kasper [Bowling Alley, Buiding, El Platform] teaches at the University of Texas in San Antonio.
|Alan Collier [Editor, Design] lives and teaches in Furukawa, Japan.|