Sarah Anne Wallen is the author of Dont Drink Poison (United Artists, 2015) and The Craft (Everybody Press, 2021). She co-edits Poems By Sunday and publishes books of poetry as Third Floor Apartment Press. Her work has appeared most recently in The Recluse, Elderly, Fell Swoop, Puppycat and Hurricane Review.
Tony Iantosca is a writer, poet and educator living in Brooklyn. Recent poems can be found in A Glimpse Of, and Everybody Press Review, among others. These poems are from a manuscript called Crisis Inquiry, forthcoming from Ugly Duckling Presse in 2023. Tony is also a lecturer in the English department at Kingsborough Community College (CUNY).
Bianca Stone is author of The Mobius Strip Club of Grief (Tin House, 2018), Someone Else's Wedding Vows (Octopus Books and Tin House, 2014); the childrens book A Little Called Pauline, with text by Gertrude Stein, (Penny Candy Books, 2020). Her newest poetry collection is What is Otherwise Infinite (Tin House, 2022). She teaches poetry and hosts a podcast as Creative Director at the Ruth Stone House in Vermont.
Kevin Powell is a poet, journalist, filmmaker, civil and human rights activist, and the author of 14 previous books, including his critically-acclaimed autobiography, The Education of Kevin Powell. One of Kevins upcoming books will be a biography of Tupac Shakur. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Mark Wallace lives in San Diego and is the author or editor of a number of books of poetry, fiction, and essays. The End of America is a multi-part long poem in a variety of formats that he has been writing since 2005. Sections from it have appeared in several chapbooks and many poetry magazines.
Gregory Corso (1930-2001) was a founding member of the Beat Generation, and for over fifty years one of America's most popular and beloved poets. He was the author of over a dozen books of poetry and one novel, in addition to posthumously published collections of plays, interviews, and correspondence. These unpublished poems will appear later this year in The Golden Dot: Last Poems, 1997-2000, edited by Raymond Foye and George Scrivani, published by Lithic Press.
Yosefa Raz is a poet, translator, and scholar based in Tel-Aviv. Her work has recently appeared in The Los Angeles Review of Books, Boston Review, Entropy, and Guernica, and has been translated into Hebrew and Czech. She is currently completing a book about the poetics of prophecy.
Farid Matuk’s forthcoming projects are a new translation of Juan Felipe Herrera’s Akrilica, which he co-edited with Carmen Giménez-Smith and Anthony Cody (Noemi Press), and Redolent, a book-arts collaboration with artist Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez (Singing Saw Press).