Poetry

bio: Kevin Holden

Kevin Holden is a poet, translator, and essayist. His books include Solar, which won the Fence Modern Poets Prize, and Birch, which won the Ahsahta Press Chapbook Award. He is a Junior […]

Kimberly Alidio

bio: Kimberly Alidio

Kimberly Alidio is the author of why letter ellipses; : once teeth bones coral : ; a cell of falls; and after projects the resound. With her partner, the poet Stacy Szymaszek, she lives on […]

bio: Luke Roberts

Luke Roberts is a poet and writer. He works at King’s College London.

bio: Mark Hyatt

Mark Hyatt (1940-1972) lived at the center and the fringes of the bohemian underground in 1960s Britain. In the half-century since his death, his work has been known almost exclusively […]

bio: Emily Lee Luan

A former Margins Fellow at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, Emily Lee Luan is the author of I Watch the Boughs, selected by Gabrielle Calvocoressi for a Poetry Society of […]

bio: Brandon Shimoda

BRANDON SHIMODA is a yonsei poet/writer, and the author of eight books of poetry and prose. He is also the curator of the Hiroshima Library, an itinerant reading room/collection of […]

bio: Chris Daniels

Chris Daniels is a prolific, widely published, autodidact and feral translator of global Lusophone poetry. Recent translations include ​​a black body by Lubi Prates (Nueva York Poetry Press, 2020) and The Hammer by Adelaide Ivánova […]

bio: Orides Fontela

Orides Fontela was born in 1940 in São João da Boa Vista, in the interior of São Paulo, and died in 1998. She studied philosophy at the Universidade de São Paulo […]

bio: Ron Silliman

Ron Silliman is the author or editor of twenty-six books, among them The Alphabet (a long poem), the memoir Under Albany, and the watershed anthology In the American Tree (which includes the work of […]

bio: Benjamin Friedlander

Benjamin Friedlander is a poet teaching at the University of Maine and editor of Robert Creeley’s Selected Poems 1945-2005.