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Mary Jo Bang's fifth book, Elegy, is available from Graywolf Press. She lives in St. Louis.
Claire Becker's chapbook Untoward was recently published by Lame House Press and her e-chap Get You is forthcoming from Duration Press. She lives in San Francisco.
Christine Deavel is co-owner of Open Books, a poetry-only bookstore in Seattle. Recent work of hers was published by Golden Handcuffs Review. She lives in Seattle.
Johannes Göransson's Dear Ra (a story in flinches) is available from Starcherone Books. A translation, Remainland: Selected Poems of Aase Berg, is available from Action Books. A New Quarantine Will Take My Place is available from Apostrophe Books and Pilot ("Johann the Carousel Horse") is availabe from Fairy Tale Review Press. He lives in Mishawaka.
Matthea Harvey's third book, Modern Life, is available from Graywolf Press. She lives in New York.
Anthony Hawley's Autobiography/Outabiography is available from Counterpath Press. His two books, The Concerto Form and Forget Reading, are both available from Shearsman Books. He lives in Lincoln.
John Keene's Seismosis (with drawings by Christopher Stackhouse) is available from 1913 Press. His novel, Annotations, is available from New Directions. He lives in Chicago.
Juliana Leslie's first book, More Radiant Signal, is forthcoming from Letter Machine Editions. She lives in Santa Cruz.
K. Silem Mohammad's latest collection of poetry, Breathalyzer, is available from Edge Books. He lives in Ashland.
Michael Rerick's chapbook X-Ray is just out with Flying Guillotine Press. His first book, In Ways Impossible to Fold is forthcoming from Marsh Hawk Press. He lives in Cincinnati.
Christopher Stackhouse's chapbook Slip is available from Corollary Press and his collaboration with John Keene, Seismosis, is available from 1913 Press. He lives in Brooklyn.
Sasha Steensen's A Magic Book is available from Fence Books and her new book, The Method, is due out this fall from Fence also. She lives in Ft. Collins.