Issue 6 Contributors
Christopher Citro is the author of The Maintenance of the Shimmy-Shammy (Steel Toe Books, 2015), and his poems appear or are forthcoming in Ploughshares, Best New Poets, The Missouri Review, and Crazyhorse.
Will Cordeiro has work appearing or forthcoming in Best New Poets 2016, Boiler Journal, DIAGRAM, inter|rupture, Painted Bride Quarterly, [PANK], Poetry Northwest, and elsewhere. He lives in Flagstaff, where he teaches in the Honors College at Northern Arizona University.
E.G. Cunningham is the author of Apologetics (2016). Her full-length poetry collection, Ex Domestica, will be published in 2017 by C&R Press. Her writing has appeared in The Nation, Barrow Street, The Poetry Review, Poetry London, 3:AM Magazine, Puerto del Sol, and other journals.
Nava Fader received her master’s from UB Poetics Program, writing her thesis on Adrienne Rich. She is the author of All the Jawing Jackdaw (2009) and Hitching Post (2015), both from BlazeVox, and several chapbooks. Most of her work begins with a line by somebody else. Recent projects include a manuscript of fake translations from Dante’s Inferno and work using Wikipedia.
Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick‘s first full-length book, Before Isadore, is forthcoming from Sundress Publications. She is an associate poetry editor for The Boiler Journal and work has appeared or is forthcoming in the following: Stirring, Versal, The Texas Observer, Devil’s Lake, Four Way Review, among others. Hardwick also has chapbooks out with Thrush Press and Mouthfeel Press. She writes in the deserts of West Texas.
Douglas Luman’s poetry and prose has been published in magazines such as Salamander, Ocean State Review, Rain Taxi, and Prelude. He is Art Director at Stillhouse Press, Head Researcher at appliedpoetics.org, a book designer, and digital human.
Seth McKelvey teaches at Southern Methodist University. His poems appear here and there with irregularity. He co-edits S/WORD (sslashword.com).
Dustin Nightingale lives in Hartford, Connecticut. His poetry has been or will be published in journals such as The American Journal of Poetry, new ohio review, Cimarron Review, Portland Review, and decomP.
Christine Scanlon is a graduate of The New School MFA program and is currently an adjunct lecturer at the City College of New York. She has a book of poems, A Hat on the Bed (Barrow Street Press), and has had work previously published in Horse Less Press, White Stag and Best American Poetry 2005, among other publications. She is the co-curator for the Brooklyn reading series, Readings in Color
Sarah J. Sloat lives in Frankfurt, a stone’s throw from Schopenhauer’s grave. Her poems and prose have appeared in The Offing, Hayden’s Ferry Review and Sixth Finch, among other journals. Sarah’s poetry chapbook on typefaces and texts, Inksuite, is available from Dancing Girl Press, which also published Heiress to a Small Ruin in 2016.