Issue Two Contributors

Kristin Chang lives in Cupertino, CA, and resides occasionally in Asia's watery bowels. Her work has been published
or is forthcoming in Word Riot, Winter Tangerine Review, BOAAT, Voicemail Poems, and elsewhere. She gets tired of
licking things and just bites them.

William Cullen Jr. is a veteran and works at a social services non-profit in Brooklyn, NY. His poetry has appeared in
Canary, Gulf Stream, New Verse News, Right Hand Pointing, Spillway, The Christian Science Monitor and Word Riot.

Darren C. Demaree is the author of As We Refer to Our Bodies (8th House, 2013), Temporary Champions (Main
Street Rag, 2014), The Pony Governor (After the Pause Press, 2015) and Not For Art Nor Prayer (8th House, 2015).
He is the Managing Editor of the Best of the Net Anthology. He is currently living in Columbus, Ohio with his wife and

Stephen Dunn is the author of 17 books of poetry, the most recent of which is Lines of Defense and Here and Now,
both from Norton. His Different Hours was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 2001. A book of essays about his work, The
Room and the World, edited by Laura McCullough, was issued by Syracuse University Press in 2013. He lives in
Frostburg, Maryland.

Sarah Fletcher is a young American-British poet living in London. Her first pamphlet, Kissing Angles (Dead Ink, 2015),
was called 'a sexy, witty, bold collection' (Gillian Clarke) and 'etched with confidence and wit' (Helen Mort). She's been
published in The Rialto, The Morning Star, and The London Magazine.

Keith Francese received a Bachelor of Arts in both English and Creative Writing from the University of Arizona and has
taught English and poetry both in the United States and abroad. His work has previously appeared in Four Chambers
Press and Gravel. He currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona.

Anya Groner's poetry and prose can be found in journals including Juked, Ninth Letter, Guernica and The Atlantic.
Currently, she teaches writing at Loyola University in New Orleans. She's a fiction editor for and is the book
review editor for The New Orleans Review. Find out more at

Tea Hacic was born in Croatia, raised in North Carolina and got her shit together in Milan. There, she studied fashion
design and wrote two blogs, which led to her writing career. Meaning, three drunk editors asked her to write three
different columns at three separate parties within one year. Take note people: going out is the most important thing
one can do for one's future. More at

Louis Jenkins and Mark Rylance, actor and former director of the Globe Theatre, London, recently co-wrote a stage
production titled Nice Fish, based on Mr. Jenkins poems. The play premiered April 6, 2013 at the Guthrie Theater in
Minneapolis and ran through May 18, 2013. Future productions are in the works. Mr. Jenkins’ most recent book of prose
poems is Tin Flag, New and Selected Poems (Will o’ the Wisp Books, 2013).

Timothy Liu's latest book of poems is Don't Go Back To Sleep. New work appears in American Poetry Review and The
. He lives in Manhattan with his husband.

Audra Puchalski lives in Oakland, California. Her work has been published in The Collagist, PANK, and Network
Awesome Magazine. In her free time, she is a barista.

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