Richard Prins is a New Yorker who sometimes lives in Dar es Salaam. He received his MFA degree in poetry from New York University, and now he is writing grants to spend time translating Swahili poetry. His work appears in Los Angeles Review, Rattle, Redivider, Sentence: A Journal of Poetic Prose and Transition Magazine.
Morgan Parker received her MFA in poetry from NYU. Her work has been featured or is forthcoming in Coconut Poetry, PANK, Forklift, Ohio, Handsome, NOO Journal, Vinyl Poetry, ILK Journal, and the anthology Why I Am Not A Painter, published by Argos Books. A Cave Canem fellow, she lives in Brooklyn with her dog Braeburn.
Tamara Oakman’s work has appeared online and in print in such magazines as Painted Bride Quarterly, Philadelphia Stories and Best of Anthology, Mad Poets Review, Fox Chase Review, Certain Circuits Magazine, Many Mountains Moving, Unbreakable and Other Poems on Domestic Abuse, et al. She has awards in poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and drama, recently winning the […]
Angelo Nikolopoulos’ first book of poetry, Obscenely Yours, is forthcoming from Alice James Books in May 2013. He is a recipient of the 2011 Discovery/Boston Review prize for poetry, and his work has appeared or is forthcoming in Best American Poetry 2012, Best New Poets 2011, Boston Review, Fence, Los Angeles Review, New York Quarterly, […]
Jeffrey Morgan is the author of Crying Shame. New poems appear, or will soon, in Bat City Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Diode, Pleiades, Third Coast, and West Branch. He blogs occasionally at thinnimbus.tumblr.com.
Kelly McQuain is a professor of creative writing at Community College of Philadelphia whose poetry has appeared in Press 1, Black Heart Magazine, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia City Paper, Apiary, Certain Circuits, Kansas Quarterly/Arkansas Review, the James White Review and N.P.R.’s Tell Me More. His prose has appeared in such anthologies as Obsessed, Skin […]