Jenni B. Baker
Jenni B. Baker (6.1).
Jenni B. Baker is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Found Poetry Review. Her poetry appears or is forthcoming in literary journals such as DIAGRAM, Washington Square, Lunch Ticket, Whiskey Island, BOAAT and Quarterly West. Her Oulipo-generated chapbook, Comings/Goings, was released by Dancing Girl Press in 2015. In her current project, Erasing Infinite (http://www.erasinginfinite.com), she creates poetry from David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest, one page at a time. “Year of Glad,” a classical song cycle based on the Erasing Infinite project, debuted in Chicago in April 2016. More at jennibbaker.com.
Isabel Balée (4.1).
Isabel Balée is a New Orleans native, currently working on her MFA in Literary Arts at Brown University. She received her BA in English at Tulane University this past May. She has publications forthcoming in Thunderclap Press, Dose Rate Magazine, and The Double Dealer.
Shauna Barbosa (4.1).
Shauna Barbosa can be found at http://shaunabarbosa.com. Her poems are forthcoming in Metazen.
Derek Beaulieu is a contributor to Baum Bim Baum Bim Baum Bim Baum Bim Bim.
Diane Hoover Bechtler
Diane Hoover Bechtler (2.4).
Diane Hoover Bechtler lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband, Michael Gross who is a poet with a day job and with their cat, Call Me IshMeow. As well as writing short work, she is working on a novel about a likable character who strives against great odds to achieve a worthwhile goal. She has an undergraduate degree in English from Queens University where she graduated summa cum laude and subsequently earned her MFA. She has had short work published in journals such as The Gettysburg Review, Thema Literary Journal, Everyday Fiction, and The Dead Mule, School of Southern Literature.
Dominika Bednarska (3.1).
Dominika Bednarska’s writing has or will appear in A Different Art, The James Joyce Quarterly, Barbie in a Blender Anthology, Avatar Review, Storm Cellar, Palimpsest, Muddy River Poetry Review, Wordgathering, The Bellevue Literary Review, Nobody Passes: Rejecting the Rules of Gender and Conformity, The Culture of Efficiency: Technology in Everyday Life, What I Want From You: An Anthology of East Bay Lesbian Poets, Ghosting Atoms, and Cripping Femme, and her poetry manuscript, Smothered Breath, is forthcoming. She teaches at U.C. Berkeley, where she completed her PhD in English and Disability Studies. Her full-length solo show, “My Body Love Story,” recently kicked off the 2012 National Queer Arts Festival at the Garage Theater in San Francisco. She has also performed at Girl Talk, the Marsh, CounterPULSE, Queer Open Mic, Femme Con, Butch Voices, the Society for Disability Studies Annual Conference, and the Knitting Factory in NYC. For more information, you can visit her blog site (dominikabednarskaspeaks.blogspot.com) or Facebook page.
Michael Berger (5.2).
Michael Berger is a writer and teacher living in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is an editor of the arts and writing magazine, The Salted Lash, as well as one of the founders of The Iron Garters art collective. He used to run a bookstore in San Francisco. Some of his other work can be found at The Rumpus, Pank, Word Riot, Dogwood, The Bolt and Whiskey Island. A collection of his essays, Ravish the Republic was published by Punctum Books in July, 2015.
Christian Bök is a contributor to PREVIEW (for a future catalog).
Amaranth Borsuk is a contributor to Dispatches from Abandoned Architecture.
Stephen Brown (6.1).
Stephen Brown is a poet and psycho-geographer living in Mexico City. His recent work investigates the spatial (inter)textualities of psychogeographic urban life on the mind-body of both the city and its occupants. His poems have recently appeared in Canadian Literature, The Indiana Review, Booth, Phoebe and Vallum, among others.
Lily Brown (3.2).
Lily Brown is the author of Rust or Go Missing (Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 2011). Her poems have appeared in Fence, Pleiades, American Letters and Commentary, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Gulf Coast, and elsewhere. She was born and raised in Massachusetts.
Leah Browning (6.1).
Leah Browning is the author of three short nonfiction books. Her fifth chapbook, Out of Body, is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press. Browning’s fiction and poetry have recently appeared in Chagrin River Review, Toad, Fiction Southeast, LitroNY, Mud Season Review, and with audio and video recordings in The Poetry Storehouse.