CB Anderson is a cross-genre writer whose work has appeared in The Iowa Review, North American Review, Literal Latte, Flash Fiction Forward (W.W. Norton & Co.), The Christian Science Monitor, Redbook, Boston Magazine, and elsewhere. A collection of stories, River Talk is forthcoming from C&R Press in 2014. Winner of numerous prizes, including the New Millennium Award, the Crazyhorse Prize, and the Mark Twain Award for short fiction, Anderson has also received two Pushcart nominations. A sixth-generation native of Maine, she was born in Bangor and raised in a village on the Androscoggin River. She lives with her family in Maine and Massachusetts and teaches writing at Boston University.
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Chris Campanioni has worked as a journalist, model, and actor, and he teaches literature and creative writing at Baruch College and Pace University, and interdisciplinary studies at John Jay. His “Billboards” poem that responded to Latino stereotypes and mutable—and often muted—identity in the fashion world was awarded the 2013 Academy of American Poets Prize and his novel Going Down was selected as Best First Book at the 2014 International Latino Book Awards. He edits PANK and lives in Brooklyn. www.chriscampanioni.com
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Christian Anton Gerard is the author of Holdfast (C&R Press, 2017) and Wilmot Here, Collect For Stella (WordTech, 2014). He’s received Pushcart Prize nominations, Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference scholarships, the Iron Horse Literary Review’s Discovered Voices Award and an Academy of American Poets Prize. His work appears widely in magazines such as The Rumpus, Post Road, The Adroit Journal, Diode, Orion, Smartish Pace, and Thrush. Gerard holds an MFA from Old Dominion University and a Ph.D. in English from the University of Tennessee. He is an Assistant Professor of English, Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. Gerard’s Website
Christopher Bundy‘s fiction and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in Glimmer Train, Puerto del Sol, DIAGRAM,Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, The Collagist, and many other print and online publications. His work has also been anthologized, including the IPPY award-
Curtis Bauer is the author of two previous poetry collections—Fence Line (BkMk Press, 2004; winner of the John Ciardi Poetry Prize) and the bilingual Spanish Sketchbook (Ediciones en Huida, 2012)— and two collections of poetry in translation—Talisman, from the Spanish of José de María Romero Barea (Editorial Anantes, 2012) and Eros Is More, from the Spanish of Juan Antonio González Iglesias, forthcoming from Alice James Books in 2014. His poems and translations have appeared in The Southern Review, The Indiana Review, The Common and The American Poetry Review, among others. He is publisher and editor of Q Ave Press Chapbooks, the Spanish Translations Editor for From the Fishouse, and he teaches Creative Writing and Translation at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas and Seville, Spain.
David Dominguez’s first book of poetry, Work Done Right, was published by the University of Arizona Press in 2003. Dominguez’s poems have appeared in journals such as The Bloomsbury Review, Crab Orchard Review, Poet Lore, and The Southern Review. His work has been anthologized in Bear Flag Republic: Prose Poems and Poetics from California, Breathe: 101 Contemporary Odes, and The Wind Shifts: New Latino Poetry, among others. He earned his B.A. in comparative literature from the University of California at Irvine and his M.F.A. in creative writing from the University of Arizona. He teaches composition and poetry writing at Reedley College and is the co-
Originally from White Plains, New York, David R. Slavitt is a poet, novelist, critic, and translator who was authored over 100 literary works. Receiving his education from Andover, Yale, and Columbia, he is coeditor of the Johns Hopkins Complete Roman Drama in Translations series and the Penn Greek Drama Series. His honors include a Pennsylvania Council on Arts award, a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in translation, an award in literature from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and a Rockefeller Foundation Artist’s Residence. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and has taught at Columbia, Princeton, Bennington, and the University of Pennsylvania.
His new novel, Shiksa, is forthcoming from C&R Press.
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E.G. Cunningham is the author of the chapbook Apologetics. Her poetry and prose have appeared in Barrow Street, Fjords Review, Hobart, LUMINA, The Nation, Poetry London, Puerto del Sol, Quiddity, Rhino, 3:AM Magazine, and other publications. She holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and a PhD in English from the University of Georgia.
Earl S. Braggs is a UC Foundation, Battle Professor at UTC. He is the author of ten collections of poetry. Braggs is the recipient of the Anhinga Prize, the Jack Kerouac Prize, the Gloucester College Prize and the Cleveland State Prize (unable to accept). His novel, Looking for Jack Kerouac, (finalist) James Jones First Novel Contest.
Elizabeth Kadetsky is the author of a memoir (First There Is a Mountain, Little Brown) and a novella (On the Island at the Center of the Center of the World, Nouvella Books). Her short stories have been chosen for a Pushcart Prize, Best New American Voices, and two Best American Short Stories notable citations, and her personal essays have appeared in The New York Times, Guernica, Santa Monica Review, Antioch Review, Post Road, Agni, and elsewhere. She has traveled to Guatemala as a journalist covering the underground adoption trade for the Village Voice, to Southern Mexico covering the war in Chiapas for The Nation, to Malta as a creative writing fellow at the St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity, and to Spain and France as a fellow in the arts at Camargo Foundation, Funadción Valparaiso, Fondation La Napoule, and elsewhere. She studied Arabic in Morocco and as a research scholar at the Center for Forced Migration Studies at American University in Cairo, and she was a Fulbright fellow to India in creative writing. She is assistant professor of fiction and nonfiction at Penn State University.