André Braga Cabral is a kid, and as a kid he is a believer in fun in literature. He thanks you for reading, yes indeed. You can share any thought with him [here]
Laura Carter lives in Atlanta, where she is a PhD candidate at Georgia State University.
Lonely Christopher is an American poet, fiction writer, dramatist, and filmmaker. He is the author of the poetry volume, Into (with Christopher Sweeney and Robert Snyderman) and the fiction collection, The Mechanics of Homosexual Intercourse. Currently he is directing his first feature length film, MOM.
Jamison Crabtree flunked out of space camp. His recent work appears (or is forthcoming) in Hayden's Ferry Review, DIAGRAM, Hawai'i Review, Makeout Creek, and PANK. You can contact him by slowly screaming his name into the open mouth of an animal.
J.P. Dancing Bear is the author of Inner Cities of Gulls (Salmon Poetry, 2010). His tenth collection, Family of Marsupial Centaurs will be published by Iris Press in 2011. His poems have been published in Mississippi Review, Third Coast, DIAGRAM, Verse Daily, and many other publications. He is the editor for the American Poetry Journal and Dream Horse Press. Bear also hosts the weekly hour-long poetry show, Out of Our Minds, on public station, KKUP, and available as podcasts.
Marit Ericson is a poet originally from New England. Her poems have appeared in several lit zines, most recently Emprise Review and The Quarterlife Quarterly. She lives and writes in New Jersey.
A.T. Grant lives in Minneapolis. He has a band called New South Bear. You can hear them [here]. He wants to play music or read poems in your house (or garage or at your river bank). His writing has appeared in or is forthcoming in Spork, Sixth Finch, The Scrambler, and Forklift, Ohio.
Carrie Lorig lives in Madison, WI, where she is a bike messenger. In the Fall, she will begin her MFA at the University of Minnesota. Her work has appeared in red lightbulbs, Spork, Miracle Monocle, The Scrambler, and a few others.
Suzanne Marie Hopcroft is a PhD student in Comparative Literature at Yale University and writes from New York City. Suzanne's poetry and fiction have appeared or are forthcoming in Everyday Genius, PANK, elimae, and Gargoyle. Suzanne also teaches developmental writing at Hostos Community College in the Bronx.
Michael (H.C.) Koh is from South Korea, but as of now, he lives his life in New York. He writes and speaks English like a native. He keeps a blog [here]
Rachel McCarren has worked as an associate managing editor of SLAB. Her hobbies include collaborative pursuits in the visual arts, vocal performance, and creative writing. She enjoys collecting wolf memorabilia and making pottery with her father.
Amber Ortolano is a 14 year-old photographer. She lives in Upstate New York. She is known for her dreamy self-portraits.
Dawn Pendergast lives in Houston, Texas. She's written three micro-chapbooks: leaves fall leaves (Dusie Kollectiv), Off Flaw (Dusie Kollectiv), and Mexico City (Macaw Macaw Press). She is currently an editor for Little Red Leaves and produces handmade chapbooks for the Textile Series. More of her writing can be found [here]
Simon Perchik is an attorney whose poems have appeared in Partisan Review, The New Yorker, and elsewhere. For more information, including his essay, "Magic, Illusion, and Other Realities," and a complete biography, visit [here]
Teresa Petro is poetry editor of Shady Side Review. She has publications with Coal Hill Review, Weave Magazine, Wicked Alice, and Anderbo, among others. Teresa is a 2010 recipient of The Laurel Mansell Reich Poetry Award. She lives in Western Maryland and blogs [here]
Nate Pritts is the author of five books of poetry, most recently Sweet Nothing. His poetry and prose have been widely published, both online and in print, at places like Southern Review, Columbia, Washington Square, Gulf Coast, Boston Review, and Rain Taxi, where he frequently contributes reviews. He is the founder and principal editor of H_NGM_N, an online journal and small press. Find him online [here]
Helen Vitoria lives and writes in Effort, PA. Her work can be found and is forthcoming in PANK, FRIGG Magazine, The Offending Adam, Used Furniture Review, Poets & Artists Magazine, Mud Luscious Press, and many others. She has been thrice nominated for Best New Poets 2010 Anthology. Her chapbooks, The Sights and Sounds of Arctic Birds (2011) and Random Cartography Notes (2011) from Gold Wake Press are both available as e-chaps. Blackwater: A Pneumatic Disturbance (2011) is her forthcoming e-chap from Red Ochre Press. Her first full-length poetry collection, Corn Exchange, will be released in Fall, 2011 from Scrambler Books. She is working on her second collection, a novel(la) in verse, Amsterdam. She maintains a blog [here]