- Notes on Contributors
farah ali is from Karachi, Pakistan. Her stories appear in the Colorado Review (winner of the Nelligan Prize) and the J Journal, and more recent work is forthcoming in the Southern Review and Bellevue Literary Review. She lives in Dubai, U. A. E.
lauren camp is the author of three books of poetry, most recently One Hundred Hungers. Her work has garnered a Dorset Prize, a Margaret Randall Poetry Prize, an Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award, an Arab American Book Award honorable mention, and a Black Earth Institute Fellowship. She lives in northern New Mexico, where she teaches creative writing to elders.
cortney lamar charleston is the author of Telepathologies, selected by D.A. Powell for the 2016 Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize. He is a recipient of fellowships from Cave Canem, the Conversation Literary Festival, and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and his poems appear in Poetry, New England Review, Gulf Coast, TriQuarterly, River Styx, and elsewhere.
george david clark’s first book, Reveille, published by the University of Arkansas Press in 2015, won the Miller Williams Prize, and his recent poems can be found in AGNI, the Georgia Review, the Gettysburg Review, Image, the New Criterion, the Southern Review, and elsewhere. He edits 32 Poems and lives in Washington, Pennsylvania.
maryann corbett is the author of four books of poetry, most recently Street View, published by Able Muse Press. Her third book, Mid Evil, won the Richard Wilbur Award; she is also a past winner of the Willis Barnstone Translation Prize and a past finalist for the Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award. Her poems, essays, reviews, and translations appear widely.
bridget elmer is an artist living in Saint Petersburg, Florida. She is the co-operator of ILSSA and a founding member of Print St. Pete Community Letterpress. Bridget works as the coordinator of the Letterpress and Book Arts Center at Ringling College of Art and Design. She received an MFA and MLIS from the University of Alabama, and her work is collected internationally.
rebecca foust has published five books of poetry, most recently Paradise Drive, reviewed in venues including the Times Literary Supplement. Her poems, essays, short stories, and book reviews appear widely. Recognitions include the 2015 James Hearst Poetry Prize, the American Literary Review Prize for Fiction, fellowships from MacDowell, Sewanee, and the Frost Place, and recent appointment as Marin County Poet Laureate.
jessica guzman alderman is a Cuban-American writer from southwest Florida. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Pleiades, Copper Nickel, Sycamore Review, Passages North, and elsewhere. A doctoral student at the University of Southern Mississippi’s Center for Writers, she reads for Memorious. [End Page 163]
athena kildegaard is the author of four books of poetry; a fifth is due in March 2018 from Tinderbox Editions. Her poems have been read by Garrison Keillor, set to music by various composers, and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She lives and teaches in Morris, Minnesota.
john labovitz works in photography, typography, printmaking, writing, architecture, and computer programming. He codirects (and lives at) North Mountain, a creative / experimental residency situated on an old apple farm near the small town of Shanghai, West Virginia.
emily larned is an artist-printer-publisher, writer, and educator. She is co-founder of ILSSA, and founder of Alder & Frankia, an imprint of collaborations. Her artist books and publications are collected and exhibited internationally. She holds an MFA from Yale School of Art, and is chair and associate professor of graphic design at SASD, University of Bridgeport, Connecticut.
cate lycurgus’s poetry appears or is forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Tin House, Third Coast, and elsewhere. A 2014 Ruth Lilly Fellowship finalist, she has also received scholarships from the Bread Loaf and Sewanee writers’ conferences, and was recently named one of Narrative’s 30 Below 30 featured writers. Cate lives south of San Francisco, California, where she edits interviews for 32 Poems and teaches professional writing.
david macey’s translations and original works appear in AGNI, the Literary Review, Third Coast, and online at Mayday Magazine. He is writing a book on the early history of fake news.
dawn manning is a writer and metalsmith living in Greater Philadelphia...