L. S. KLATT ("No. 8 Strafes the White-Out") is the author of Interloper (University of Massachusetts Press), winner of the Juniper Prize for Poetry, and Cloud Of Ink (University of Iowa Press), winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize. Recent poems of his have appeared or will appear in The Common, The Iowa Review, Harvard Review, Columbia Poetry Review, Mississippi Review, Eleven Eleven, and DIAGRAM.
RACHAEL KATZ ("Don'ts and the Glittering Dew") is living in New York and working on a novel. Her interests include the expanded genre, marginalia, radical pedagogies, polymathic jellyfish, and the book as an art object. Her poems have appeared in iO, Bat City Review, and elsewhere.
MATTHIAS REGAN (from Family Poems) lives in Chicago, where he teaches at North Central College and helps to organize the Next Objectivists poetry and poetics workshop. His recent publications include The People's Pugilist: Carl Sandburg's Writings in the International Socialist Review (Charles H. Kerr, 2009), CHVMS  (Beard of Bees 2013), and Gapers' Delay: Harmolodic Essays (forthcoming from Virtual Artist's Collective), Recent essays on aesthetics, affects and politics have appeared in The Chicago Review, The Journal of Aesthetics and Politics and Deep Routes: The Midwest in All Directions.  
TOM DALEY ("Aphorisms, Proverbs, Declarations") leads writing workshops at the Online School of Poetry, Boston Center for Adult Education, and Lexington Community Education. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in a number of journals including Fence, Crazyhorse, Denver Quarterly, Witness, Massachusetts Review, 32 Poems, Harvard Review, Conte, Barrow Street, and Poetry Ireland Review. He is a recipient of the 2012 Dana Award in Poetry. He is the author of a play, Every Broom and Bridget — Emily Dickinson and Her Irish Servants, which he performs as a one-man show.