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Peter Gizzi is the author of several collections of poetry, most recently, Sky Burial, just out in the UK from Carcanet, other recent titles include Archeophonics, In Defense of Nothing, and Threshold Songs. A new collection, Now Its Dark, will be published in December of this year.
Guillermo Filice Castro is the author of the chapbooks Mixtape for a War and Agua, Fuego. An immigrant from Argentina, he now resides in New Jersey with his partner and two cats, Cleopatra and Evita.
Barry Schwabsky is art critic for The Nation. His Reader’s Diary is published weekly at Tourniquet Review, and his new book of poetry will be published in 2021 by Black Square Editions.
Courtney Bush is a poet, filmmaker and preschool teacher from Mississippi. She is the author of the chapbook Isnt This Nice? (blush 2019).
Joanna Fuhrman is the author of five books of poetry. Her 6th book To a New Era is forthcoming in 2021. These are from a project called Data Mind.
Hannah Emerson is a nonspeaking autistic poet from Lafayette, NY, on the historical land of the Onondaga Nation. Her first chapbook, You Are Helping this Great Universe Explode, was recently published by Unrestricted Editions.
David Brazil is a pastor, poet, and community organizer. Books include Holy Ghost (City Lights), antisocial patience (Roof), and The Ordinary (Compline). His new edition of Beat poet Philip Whalen's classic Scenes of Life at the Capital was published by Wave in 2020. He lives in New Orleans.
Sarah M. Sala is the author of Devil’s Lake (Tolsun Books 2020). The founding director of Office Hours Poetry Workshop, she is currently at work on Migrainer, a lyric essay examining the interstices of migraine and creativity.