Issue Three

Lucy Biederman lives in Chicago. Her chapbook, The Other World, is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press very soon. Her poems are forthcoming in such journals as The Tusculum ReviewShampooMany Mountains Moving, and Ping Pong. She has an MFA in poetry from George Mason University and she is going to be a doctoral student in English Literature at the University of Louisiana.

Doug Paul Case  lives in Bloomington, where he’s an MFA candidate at Indiana University. His work is published or forthcoming in PANK, Annalemma, Columbia Poetry Review, and others. He’s probably wearing a cardigan.

Ark Codex ±0 is a book published by Calamari Press.

Kit Frick’s poems have recently or will soon appear in places like PANK, Conduit, DIAGRAM, cream city review, and H_NGM_N. A 2012 “Discovery” /Boston Review semi-finalist, Kit is currently Poetry Editor for Salt Hill and is an Associate Editor for Black Lawrence Press, where she edits the small press newsletter Sapling.

Josh Kleinberg lives in squalor. In 2012, he will release a spoken-word 7″ from Eastern Watts Records. In 2013, he will release a chapbook from Love Symbol Press. In 2014, he will drown in the Clark Fork River.

Mike Krutel is from Akron, Ohio, where he is finishing his degree in the Northeast Ohio Master of Fine Arts program. He is a poetry editor for Barn Owl Review. His work is forthcoming in H_NGM_N and Big Lucks.

Gregory Lawless is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and the author of I Thought I Was New Here (2009). His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in the National Poetry Review, La Petite Zine, H_NGM_N, Devil’s Lake, Third Coast, Salamander, Sonora Review, the Cincinnati Review, Artifice, Gulf Stream, Thermos, and many others. He is a four-time Pushcart nominee. He teaches writing and literature at Suffolk University in Boston.

Aubrie Marrin’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Western Humanities ReviewGuernicaHarp & AltarSink ReviewNOÖ JournalNo,Dear, The Literary Review, and Colorado Review. She is a graduate of New York University, where she received the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Poetry Prize. She earned her MFA in poetry from Columbia University in 2005, and was also a finalist for the 2012 Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize. Born and raised in upstate New York, she currently lives and works in Brooklyn.  

Matt Mauch  is the author of Prayer Book (Lowbrow Press) and the forthcoming chapbook The Brilliance of the Sparrow (Mondo Bummer). His poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Salt Hill, NOÖ Journal, H_NGM_N, DIAGRAM, Willow Springs, The Los Angeles Review, Verse Daily,  and elsewhere. Host of the various readings that comprise the Great Twin Cities Poetry Read (GTCPR) + Road Show, and editor of the annual anthology Poetry City, USA, Mauch teaches writing and literature in the AFA program at Normandale Community College. He lives in Minneapolis.

Kyle McCord is the author of three books of poetry: Galley of the Beloved in Torment (Dream Horse Press 2009), a co-written book of epistolary poems entitled Informal Invitations to a Traveler (Gold Wake Press 2011) and Sympathy from the Devil forthcoming from Gold Wake Press in 2013.  He has work featured in Boston ReviewCream City ReviewGulf Coast, Sixth Finch, Volt and elsewhere.  He co-edits iO: A Journal of New American Poetry.  He is a teaching fellow at University of North Texas in Denton, TX.

Alexis Pope lives in Ohio where she does nothing. Her poems can be found now or in the future at NAP, >kill author, PANK, decomP, trnsfr, and elsewhere.

Amy Schrader holds an MFA in poetry from the University of Washington. She was a recipient of a 2008 Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) award, and her poems have most recently appeared in The Journal, BateauFairy Tale Review, and DIAGRAM.

Parker Tettleton‘s work is featured in &/or forthcoming from > kill author, Heavy Feather Review, SWINE, The Conium Review & Drupe Fruits, among others. His chapbook SAME OPPOSITE is available from Thunderclap Press & a second, GREENS, is due out soon. More work & information is here.

Sara Woods lives in Chicago. She co-runs Red Lightbulbs magazine and Love Symbol Press and has been published in PANK, TRNSFR, HTMLgiant and Spork. You can download her echapbook, Pictures of Salukis Looking Majestic, from her website:

Chelsea Whitton‘s poems appear or are forthcoming in Rougarou, Cimarron Review, Metabolism and The Meadowland Review, among others. She is currently earning her MFA at The New School and lives in Manhattan.

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