Glen Binger is a member of The Broad Set Writing Collective and edits 50 to 1. His work has appeared in Opium, decomP, The 2nd Hand, and Monkey Bicycle to name a few. He is radioactive, man. Visit his blog [here]
Jack Boettcher is the author of chapbooks, The Deviants (Greying Ghost) and Surveyic Hero (Horse Less Press) and his poems and stories have appeared or will soon in Black Warrior Review, Denver Quarterly, DIAGRAM, Fence, Indiana Review, and several others. He lives in Austin, TX.
Jordan Castro has a blog and a twitter account.
Evan Chen is a poet from East Amherst, New York. He has also lived in the decadent Philadelphia suburbs and currently resides in Pittsburgh.
Jesse Draxler (Cover Artist) puts the universe together with a glue stick. Draxler was born in rural Wisconsin and he currently holds a BFA from the College of Visual Arts in Saint Paul, MS. Visit him [here]
Howie Good a, journalism professor at the State University of New York at New Paltz, is the author of 11 poetry chapbooks, including Still Life with Firearms (Right Hand Pointing, 2009), Visiting the Dead (Flutter Press, 2009), and My Heart Draws a Rough Map (Blue Hour Press, 2009). He has been nominated four times for a Pushcart Prize and five times for the Best of Net anthology. His first full-length book of poetry, Lovesick, was released in 2009 by Press Americana. He is the co-editor of the online literary journal Left Hand Waving.
Michael Goodwin currently teaches at Point Park University. His work has previously appeared in SLAB and he continues amassing a collection of poems and short stories.
Joe Hall is the founder and co-organizer (with Wade Fletcher) of the Washington, D.C. area reading series, Cheryl's Gone. His first book, Pigafetta Is My Wife, will be published in April 2010 by Black Ocean Press. HTML GIANT, SpringGun, Versal, Hayden's Ferry Review, Phoebe, and others have been kind enough to feature his poems. He is also an avid collector of bloody noises.
Meg Johnson's poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Slipstream Magazine, Left Behind: A Journal of Shock Literature, U.S. 1 Worksheets, Asinine Poetry, and Pacific Coast Journal. She was born in 1983 and currently lives in Madison, WI.
Adam Moorad's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in 3:AM Magazine, Johnny America, PANK, Storyglossia, and Underground Voices. His story, Star-Spangled Enterprise was a nominee for Best of Net 2009. He is the author of an ebook, The Nurse and the Patient (Pangur Ban Party, 2009). He lives in Brooklyn and works in publishing. Visit him [here]
Chris Moran lives in Cleveland, OH where he works in a factory. His poetry has appeared in elimae, 3:AM Magazine, Pear Noir!, and others. Visit him [here]
Heather Palmer, lover of words since 13 years of age, writes, works, and collects fiction that thinks it's poetry. She holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has published/forthcoming working in elimae, No Posit, Unlikely Stories, Lark Magazine, Fiction at Work, Storyglossia, Lamination Colony, Omphalos, Willow Swept Review, The 2nd Hand, Everyday Genius, and dispatch litereview. She lives in Chicago and loves stomping a good fear into the L platform pigeons.
David Peak is the author of the novel, The Rocket's Red Glare (Leucrota Press), a book of poems, Surface Tension (BlazeVOX Books), and a chapbook, Museum of Fucked (Warm Milk Press). His work has also appeared in elimae, Annalemma, and PANK. Visit him [here]
Dan Raphael lives in Portland, OR, and is active as a writer, performer, publisher and reading host. Current poems appear in Otholiths, New Mystics, Pemmican and Heavy Bear. His most recent books are Breath Test and the re-issued Bob Grit Storm Cafe. Other than poetry and work, his interests include news and fiction; working with house and soil, and brewing, drinking and reviewing beers.
Francis Raven's books include the volumes of poetry, Provisions (Interbirth, 2009), Shifting the Question More Complicated (Otholiths, 2007), and Taste: Gastronomic Poems (BlazeVOX 2005), as well as the novel, Inverted Curvatures (Spuyten Duyvil, 2005). His poems have been published in Bath House, Chain, Big Bridge, Bird Dog, Mudlark, Caffeine Destiny, and Spindrift among others. His critical work can be found in Jacket, Logos, Clamor, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, The Electronic Book Review, The Emergency Almanac, The Morning News, The Brooklyn Rail, 5 Trope, In These Times, The Fulcrum Annual, Rain Taxi and Flak.
Reynard Seifert is the author of the chapbook, How To Skin The Moon, and the e-book, zzzombiezzz. He is a DJ on Viva Radio, publishes haha clever dot com, co-edits Titular, and gives away music for books on his writer's blog.
Karen Sosnoski is a mother, writer, and documentary filmmaker living in Alexandria, VA. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Word Riot, Identity Theory, decomP, The Chaffey Review, Camroc Press Review, Yellow Mama, The LA Times, Poets & Writers, The Washington City Paper, and Bitch, among others. She has written radio stories for This American Life and Studio 360 and her film, Wedding Advice: Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace is distributed by Berkeley Media. Currently, she is writing a book of narrative nonfiction, When Birdboy Calls, about the psycho-spiritual connection between brain cancer patient, David Welch and artist, Rosemary Covey.
Travis Kane Snyder resides in Western Pennsylvania. In 2008, his work was showcased at The Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań, Poland and in 2009 his work was featured in the digital media exhibit, Media Barrage Information Storm at Slippery Rock University. [Email]
Michael Varrati is primarily known for his written contributions to the world of pop culture (most often on the topic of horror & exploitation cinema) and his work regularly appears in the nationally published print magazine, Ultra Violent, as well as in a web-based column on the horror review site, Fatally-Yours. When he's not talking about all things scary, Varrati also serves as a staff writer for the literary & arts review publication, Open Thread, has written for the PRNewswire, and has had several pieces of poetry published by the quarterly, Luna Negra. Most recently, he contributed several articles to a cumulative text for the world's first high school based course in alternative energy studies, and is currently working as part of a team on a similar course on Landspeed racing. Outside of writing, he enjoys puppies, musical cast recordings, and drinks that in some way feature limes. He is also rumored to have stock in Cartoon Network.
Changming Yuan authored several books before emigrating out of China and currently teaches writing in Vancouver. His poems have appeared in Barrow Street, Drunken Boat, Best Canadian Poetry, Exquisite Corpse, London Magazine and nearly 200 additional literary publications worldwide. His debut collection, Chansons of a Chinaman, and monograph, Politics and Poetics, were both released in September 2009. Yuan has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.