Rachel Levy’s fictions have most recently appeared in Cloud Rodeo, Fence, and Gigantic. She is the author of the chapbook Necessary Objects from Tree Light books. She coedits The Yoke and DREGINALD, and is a PhD student at The University of Utah.
Peter Markus is the author of a novel, Bob, or Man on Boat, as well as four books of short fiction, the most recent of which is We Make Mud. A new book, The Fish and the Not Fish, is forthcoming in the Fall of 2014.
Amber Sparks is the author of the short story collection May We Shed These Human Bodies, and co-author (with Robert Kloss and Matt Kish) of the hybrid text novella The Desert Places, just published by Curbside Splendor. You can find her most days on Twitter at @ambernoelle, or read her work at ambernoellesparks.com.
J. A. Tyler is author of the forthcoming novel The Zoo, A Going from Dzanc Books as well as several earlier books of poetic hybrid. He teaches high school in Colorado.
Catherine Wagner’s collections of poems include Nervous Device (2012), My New Job (2009), Macular Hole (2004), Miss America (2001); and a dozen chapbooks, including Imitating (Leafe Press, 2004). She is associate professor of English at Miami University in Ohio.