Daniel Nester is a journalist, essayist, poet, editor, and teacher. His latest book, How to Be Inappropriate, is a collection of humorous nonfiction. Nester’s first two books, God Save My Queen (Soft Skull Press, 2003) and God Save My Queen II (2004), are collections on his obsession with the rock band Queen. His third, The […]
Phillip B. Williams is a Chicago, Illinois native. A Cave Canem fellow, he recently won BLOOM’S inaugural chapbook competition in poetry for his manuscript BRUISED GOSPELS. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Callaloo, Sou’wester, Boxcar Poetry Review, Hunger Mountain and others. Phillip is currently poetry editor of Vinyl Poetry.
R.A. Villanueva lives in Brooklyn. A finalist for the Beatrice Hawley Award and the Alice James Books/Kundiman Poetry Prize, his writing has appeared in Gulf Coast, AGNI, Virginia Quarterly Review, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, DIAGRAM, Bellevue Literary Review, and elsewhere.
Danielle Veith holds an MFA from the University of Maryland and a BA from Sarah Lawrence College. She has worked in communications and event planning for publishing, academic, non-profit and news organizations in New York and Washington. Currently, she lives in the DC suburbs with her husband and 2-year-old daughter.
Maureen Thorson’s first book of poems, Applies to Oranges, is available from Ugly Duckling Presse. She is also the author of several chapbooks, including Mayport, winner of the Poetry Society of America’s National Chapbook Series for 2006. She lives in Washington, DC, where she co-curates the In Your Ear reading series at the DC Arts Center.
Sandra Gail Teichmann-Hillesheim’s books include Slow Mud, Killing Daddy, and Woman of the Plains. She is also a playwright with Mockernut Street, Corinne, and Not Laughing. Her works (writing and art) have been published in numerous literary journals and anthologies including Woven in the Wind, Short Story, Writers’ Forum, The Lowell Review, Rockhurst Review, Sirena: Poesia – Arte y Critica, Cimarron […]