bio: Gillian Osborne
Gillian Osborne is a writer, educator, and aspirational gardener living in California. She is the co-editor of a collection of critical essays on modern and contemporary ecopoetics, and teaches for the Harvard Extension School and the Bard College Language & Thinking Program.
bio: Angel Dominguez
Angel Dominguez is a Latinx poet and artist of Yucatec Maya descent, born in Hollywood and raised in Van Nuys, CA by their immigrant family. They now live amongst the Santa Cruz Mountains in Bonny Doon, CA. They’re the author of Desgraciado (the collected letters) (Nightboat Books, 2021), ROSESUNWATER (The Operating System, 2021) and Black […]
bio: LILY HOANG
LILY HOANG is the author of the books Unfinished, The Evolutionary Revolution, Changing (recipient of a PEN Beyond Margins Award), and Parabola. She teaches at New Mexico State University at Las Cruces.
bio: Joshua Marie Wilkinson
Joshua Marie Wilkinson is the co-editor with Lily Hoang of The Force of What’s Possible: Writers on Accessibility and the Avant-Garde. He lives in Seattle, where he runs a site called The Volta and a small press called Letter Machine with the writer Lisa Wells.
bio: Jill Magi
Jill Magi works in text, image, and textile and her books include Threads, Torchwood, SLOT, Cadastral Map, LABOR, SIGN CLIMACTERIC, and a monograph on text-image entitled Pageviews/Innervisions (Rattapallax/Moving Furniture Press). Recent work has appeared in Best American Experimental Writing 2018, Boston Review, Tupelo Quarterly, Pheobe, and Rivulet. In October of 2017 Jill blogged for the […]
bio: Trace Peterson
TRACE PETERSON is a trans woman poet critic. Author of Since I Moved In and numerous chapbooks, she is also Editor/Publisher of EOAGH and Co-editor of Troubling the Line. Her scholarly and creative writing have recently appeared in TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, the Ashbery Home School Gallery, and the “Genre Queer” issue of Cream City Review. She currently serves on the Board of […]
bio: TC Tolbert
TC Tolbert often identifies as a trans and genderqueer feminist, collaborator, mover, and poet but really s/he’s just a human in love with humans doing human things. The author of Gephyromania (Ahsahta Press, 2014; re-released by Nightboat Books in 2022) and three chapbooks, one chaplet, and one micro-chap, TC is also co-editor (along with Trace Peterson) […]
bio: Leah Stein
LEAH STEIN is the founder of Leah Stein Dance Company whose site-specific dances have been performed internationally and throughout the United States, in train garages, open fields, corner parking lots, vacant city lots, historic sites, gardens and burial grounds. She teaches at Bryn Mawr and Swarthmore Colleges.
bio: Josey Foo
JOSEY FOO grew up in Malaysia. She received an AB from Vassar College, an MFA from Brown University, and a JD from the University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of two previous books: ENDOU and Tomie’s Chair. For the past ten years has worked on the Navajo Nation. She lives in New Mexico.
bio: Caroline Bergvall
Caroline Bergvall is a writer of French-Norwegian origins based in London. She works across art-forms, media and languages; outputs alternate between books, collaborative performances and language installations. Award winning poet and performer, her publications include Drift (recipient of the Cholmondeley Award for Poetry 2017), Meddle English: New and Selected Texts (recently translated into the French: L’Anglais Mêlé), and the DVD Ghost […]
bio: Brenda Iijima
Brenda Iijima’s involvements occur at the intersections and mutations of poetry, research movement, visual arts, floral and faunal studies and ecological sociology. Her current work focuses submerged and occluded histories, other-than-human modes of expression and telluric awareness. She is the author of seven full-length collections of poetry and numerous chapbooks and artist’s books. Her most […]
bio: Édouard Glissant
Poet, philosopher and writer, Édouard Glissant (1928-2011) introduced the notion of antillanité as a way of reconsidering the world as archipelago. A Martinican thinker of the creolization of cultures and the poetics of relation, his multi-faceted oeuvre moves between the essay (Faulkner, Mississippi), poetry (The Indies), fiction (The Fourth Century) and theatre (Monsieur Toussaint). In 1958, […]