Fred Siegel teaches in the English and Philosophy Department at Drexel University. His writings have appeared in TDR, JML, Kugelmass, and the blog When Falls the Coliseum. He also performs magic shows in a variety of venues, and plays the role of “Fred” in the autobiographical performance, “Man of Mystery.” A copy of his doctoral […]
Christina Shideler is an MFA student in poetry at The New School. She is currently working on a hybrid genre book analyzing the cultural history of anxiety titled A Taxonomy of Panic. She works on the editorial staff of LIT.
Ali Shapiro writes, teaches, and draws comics in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She’s the recipient of a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, scholarships from the Fine Arts Work Center and the Vermont Studio Center, and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Prizes in various denominations. Find her online at www.ali-shapiro.com.
Lauren Schmidt is the author of three collections of poetry: Two Black Eyes and a Patch of Hair Missing; The Voodoo Doll Parade, selected for the Main Street Rag Author’s Choice Chapbook Series; and Psalms of The Dining Room, a sequence of poems about her volunteer experience at a soup kitchen in Eugene, Oregon.Her work […]
Peter Schireson lives in California where he writes poetry and teaches Zen. His poems have been published or are forthcoming in New Delta Review, Post Road, Quiddity, Hotel Amerika, Pleiades, and other journals. His chapbook — “The Welter of Me & You” — won the Coal Hill 2013 Chapbook Prize.
Amy Saul-Zerby’s work has appeared in TheNewerYork and The YOLO Pages (Boost House 2013). She self-published 10 Seconds in Heaven, a collection of ‘snapchat poetry’, in 2013, and she is managing editor of Voicemail Poems (voicemailpoems.org).