April 3, 2014

April 3, 2014

Martin Balgach‘s chapbook Too Much Breath was recently published by Main Street Rag. His writing has appeared in The Bitter Oleander, Cream City Review, Fogged Clarity, Rain Taxi, and Stirring, among other journals. He holds an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts, works in publishing, and lives with his wife and son in Erie, Colorado.

Graham Isaac is a writer, organizer, and performer from Seattle, Washington. His work has appeared in journals like Beat the Dust, Jeopardy, Licton Springs Review, and Hoarse, amongst others. In Seattle, he co-curates the Claustrophobia smallspace reading series, as well as Da’Daedal, a regularly occurring mashup of improvisational music, visual art, poetry and dance. His book “Filthy Jerry’s Guide to Parking Lots” was released in 2013 by Babel/Salvage press. He is allergic to cats.

Field Notes [Angel Dominguez] writes things. Originally from Los Angeles, he received his BA in Poetry from UC Santa Cruz. He is currently an MFA candidate at Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. He is the founding editor of the Omni Writers Collective Press, the co-founding editor of TRACT / TRACE: an investigative journal, and presently the senior editor for the Bombay Gin literary journal. His work has appeared in The Bombay Gin, Omni Symposium vol.1, and is forthcoming in the Berkeley Poetry Review. Most recently he completed an interview chapbook TIME-SCAPING with Mary Burger, published by Pinball Press. Now residing in Boulder Colorado, he is exploring the sentence and what it is for. http://m.soundcloud.com/field-notes-1

 

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