Lisabeth Burton lives in Brooklyn, New York and works for W. W. Norton & Company. She is a recipient of Poets and Writers Magazine’s Amy Award and the Stephen Dunn Prize in Poetry. Her poems have appeared in the Denver Quarterly, the North American Review, and Tin House.
Abraham Burickson is a poet, essayist, and conceptual artist. His work has appeared widely, in such publications as Blackbird, The Painted Bride Quarterly, Time Out Chicago, Southwestern American Literature, and the Best New Poets 2008 Anthology. A chapbook of his poems, Charlie, will be published by Codhill Press in Spring 2010. Mr. Burickson currently teaches writing at the Academy of […]
Grace Bauer’s most recent books of poems include Retreats & Recognition (Lost Horse Press) and Beholding Eye (CustomWords). She is also co-editor, with Julie Kane, of Umpteen Ways of Looking at a Possum: Critical and Creative Responses to Everette Maddox (Xavier Review Press). Her poems, stories, and essays have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. She teaches in the Creative […]
Toby Barlow lives in Detroit. His writings have appeared in The New York Times, N+I, and Artangel. He is the author of Sharp Teeth and winner of the 2009 Alex Award.
Paul Lisicky is the author of Lawnboy, Famous Builder, and The Burning House. His work appears in recent issues of The Iowa Review, Story Quarterly, Black Warrior Review, The Seattle Review, The Rumpus, and Lo-Ball. He teaches at NYU and lives in New York City. His next book, Unbuilt Projects, is forthcoming in Fall 2012.
Mara Jebsen is a Language lecturer at NYU. She performs many of her poems in New York and writes essays for 3quarksdaily. She is a 2009 NYFA fellow in poetry.