C o n t r i b u t o r s

Charlie Baylis is from Nottingham, England. He is the poetry editor of Review 31. He has published two pamphlets Elizabeth (Agave Press) and hilda doolittle´s carl jung t-shirt (Erbacce), a poem of his is featured in the ‘best new British and Irish poets 2017’ (Eyewear Press). He spends his spare time completely adrift of reality.

Annie Grizzle is a multimedia artist interested in the nonsensical intersection between the mappable and the abstract. Her aim is not to control a medium, but to create a disorienting space in which to discover and test its limits. More of her work can be found on her website: http://cargocollective.com/AnnieGrizzle

Jeremy Hoevenaar lives in a barrel with his beautiful family. He is the author of Adaptations of Pelt and Hoof (H_NGM_N), Cold Mountain Mirror Displacement (American Books), Our Insolvency (Resolving Host), and Insolvency, Insolvency! (Ugly Duckling Presse). His work has variously manifested in The Recluse, The Brooklyn Rail, 6x6, A Perimeter, Elderly, Across the Margin and other publications.

Matthew Schmidt is working on a PhD in English at the University of Southern Mississippi. His poems have been published or are forthcoming in Hobart, indicia, Territory, Word For/Word, and elsewhere. He is an associate poetry editor at Fairy Tale Review

Alex Tanner is a recent graduate of Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. She spends most of her time reading fiction, studying the brain, and scrolling through memes, hoping this will increase the proportion of possible futures in which she a) becomes a better writer, b) has a chance at working on brain-machine interfaces, and c) stops thinking about death so much. Her yard is a mosaic of birdsong and weeds.

Leslie Weibeler is a poet and printmedia artist in Chicago. Bow vs Bow was published by Sonatina Comics in 2014.

alex cruse is an Oakland-based writer, interdisciplinary artist, and educator. Her first book of poetry, CONTRAVERSE, will appear this year from Timeless, Infinite Light. cruse has performed nationally and abroad as half of DROUGHT SPA, with her husband Kevin CK Lo.

Tomáš Přidal, illustrator and poet. He has published seven printed books of poetry and two on-line books: Pontiak (2011) and Chair fears not the dead (2014). His works were published in Word For/Word, Cafe Irreal, Eratio Poetry Journal or 3:AM Magazine. He plays the guitar in duo Deceased Squirrel On The Phone.