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Eldon (Craig) Reishus

Eldon (Craig) Reishus (5.1).

Eldon (Craig) Reishus lives beneath the Alps outside Munich (Landkreis Bad Tölz – Wolfratshausen). He’s an old school Exquisite Corpse contributor with recent work featured or forthcoming at such venues as Am Erker, B O D Y, Literary Bohemian, theEEEL and New World Writing. A German-English translator and an all-around web and print media pro, he originates from Fort Smith, Stuttgart, Dachau, Owatonna, Bloomington, Granite Falls, Ytterboe at Saint Olaf, Minneapolis, Portland’s State Street, Berlin’s Schlossallee, and Munich’s Schellingstrasse. Visit him: www.reishus.de

Erin Rogers

Erin Rogers (2.2).

Erin Rogers likes her text on the page and screen, sometimes simultaneously. She recently performed her piece “Black Lagoon” at the 2011 &Now conference in San Diego as part of their Innovation in a Box series. Her video-text pieces were last seen in the Winter 2011 issue of Quarterly West. She holds an MFA from the University of Utah, where she currently teaches alongside volunteering for [email protected] in Salt Lake City.

Carlos Soto Román

Carlos Soto Román (4.2).

Carlos Soto Román is a Chilean pharmacist, a poet and a translator. He holds a Master of Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has published in Chile: La Marcha de los Quiltros (1999), Haikú Minero (2007), and Cambio y Fuera (2009); and in the States: Philadelphia’s Notebooks (Otoliths, 2011), Chile Project: [Re-Classified] (Gauss PDF, 2013), and Alternative Set of Procedures (Corollary Press, 2014). As a translator he has published Do or DIY: Autoedición, Apropiación, Recontextualización y Plagio (Das Kapital, 2013). He is a MacDowell Fellow and a recipient of grants from the Chilean Council for Culture and the Arts for projects Creation and Translation. He is also the curator of the cooperative anthology of U.S. poetry Elective Affinities.

Mark Russell

Mark Russell (5.2).

Mark Russell has published Saturday Morning Pictures (Red Ceilings Press, 2015) and Pursued by Well-being (tall-lighthouse, 2013). The poem here is part of a larger work titled Pistol Lips, other poems from from which have appeared in Tears in the Fence, Otoliths, Molly Bloom, Shadowtrain, and fourfold. A small part of him can be found here: markrussellat.wordpress.com.


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