BROOKE MICHELLE ROBISON (“Berger,” “Wolpe,” “Chopin,”)(“Purcell”) is a cellist and music teacher. Her poems have been published in Zoomoozophone Review, My Name is Mudd, and others. She lives in Ashland, Oregon with her husband Kasey.
JOSEPH GOOSEY (“Choking and Somewhat Serious About It”) probably lives in either Southern Pines or Charlotte, North Carolina. His words have shown up in some number of places. His most recent chapbook is called STUPID ACHE and was published by Grey Book Press.
ADRIENNE RAPHEL (“So Many Metronomes”) was raised in southern New Jersey and northern Vermont. She received a B.A. from Princeton University and an M.F.A. from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in poetry. Currently, she is a Ph.D candidate at Harvard, where she studies poetics and plays word games. She is also a regular writer for the New Yorker online. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Lana Turner, Boston Review, Poetry Northwest, LVNG, and petri press, among other publications.
MARK DEE (“Manufacturer’s Manual for Constructing a Katzenklavier”) grew up along the Sox-Yankees border in central Connecticut. He now lives in Queens, New York with two roommates and an allergy to cats.