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from Agon of the City, Ahoy of the City

Matt Reeck lives in Los Angeles and helps run Staging Ground Magazine. He's published five chapbooks. His translations include Bombay Stories (Vintage) and the forthcoming Mirages of the Mind (New Directions).


Daniel Bouchard’s poetry collections include The Filaments (Zasterle Press) and Some Mountains Removed (Subpress). Recent critical essays of his have appeared in The Capilano Review (on George Stanley’s Vancouver), Jacket2 (on Rachel Blau DuPlessis’s Drafts) and Let the Bucket Down (on Fanny Howe’s poetry). His chapbook Art and Nature will be published by Ugly Duckling Presse.


Poet and painter Ed Coletti is publisher of Round Barn Press. His internet presence includes ″Ed Coletti’s P3” and also ″No Money In Poetry.” His poetry books include, When Hearts Outlive Minds, released 2011, and Germs, Viruses, and Catechisms, published by Civil Defense Publications (San Francisco) in 2013.


Barbara Henning is the author of three novels and nine books of poetry, her most recent collectiond of poetry and prose, A Swift Passage (Quale Press 2013) and Cities and Memory (Chax Press 2010). Born in Detroit, she has lived in New York City since 1983. As a long-time yoga practitioner, she brings this knowledge and discipline to her writing and her teaching at Naropa University, and Long Island University in Brooklyn, where she is Professor Emerita.


Chris Martin is the author of American Music (Copper Canyon, 2007) and Becoming Weather (Coffee House Press, 2011). A third collection, The Falling Down Dance, will arrive courtesy of Coffee House next fall. He is an editor at Futurepoem books and lives in Minneapolis.


The Brooklyn Rail

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