Issue Thirteen Contributors

Emily Alexander eats food and lives in Idaho. Her poems have been published or are forthcoming in Hobart Pulp, Crab Creek Review, and Puerto del Sol.

Ana Božičević is a Croatian poet writing in New York City. She wrote JOMO, Rise in the Fall, and other big and small books of poems. "The Wind" is from a new book in the making, New Life. More at

After a rather extended and varied second childhood in New Orleans, Matt Dennison's work has appeared in Rattle, Bayou Magazine, Redivider, Natural Bridge, The Spoon River Poetry Review and Cider Press Review, among others. He has also made short films with Michael Dickes, Swoon, Marie Craven and Jutta Pryor.

Ryan Downum currently lives and writes in Moscow, ID, where he is an MFA candidate in poetry at the University of Idaho, and also serves as co-editor-in-chief for Fugue. Recent poems appear in jubilat, Crab Creek Review, Datableed, and elsewhere.

Katherine Gibbel's poems have been published in the Bennington Review, Gulf Coast Online, Yalobusha Reivew, and elsewhere. Her chapbook Prairie will be published by Ethel Press in Summer 2020.

Tim Kahl [] is the author of Possessing Yourself (CW Books, 2009), The Century of Travel (CW Books, 2012) The String of Islands (Dink, 2015) and Omnishambles (Bald Trickster, 2019). His work has been published in Prairie Schooner, Drunken Boat, Mad Hatters' Review, Indiana Review, Metazen, Ninth Letter, Sein und Werden, Notre Dame Review, The Really System, Konundrum Engine Literary Magazine, The Journal, The Volta, Parthenon West Review, Caliban and many other journals in the U.S. He is also editor of Clade Song []. He is the vice president and events coordinator of The Sacramento Poetry Center. He also has a public installation in Sacramento {In Scarcity We Bare The Teeth}. He plays flutes, guitars, ukuleles, charangos and cavaquinhos. He currently teaches at California State University, Sacramento, where he sings lieder while walking on campus between classes.

Kirby Knowlton lives in Greensboro, NC. Her work has appeared in Poetry, The Greensboro Review, and Thrush, among other journals.

Carolyn Orosz lives and writes in Northern California. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Gulf Coast, Sixth Finch, Passages North, DIAGRAM and elsewhere.

Mary Ruefle's latest book is Dunce (Wave Books, 2019). She lives in Vermont.

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