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Carrie Olivia Adams drinks Manhattans and rides a red Schwinn in Chicago, where she is the poetry editor for Black Ocean and a book a publicist. She is the author of Intervening Absence (Ahsahta Press 2009) and the forthcoming 41 Jane Doe’s (Ahsahta Press 2013), which will include a DVD of her poem-films.

Samuel Amadon's latest book is the author of Like a Sea from University of Iowa Press. He lives in Houston.

Mike Anichini is from Chicago where he currently works and writes.

Mary Jo Bang's fifth book, Elegy, is available from Graywolf Press. She lives in St. Louis.

Nathan Bartel lives somewhere in Kansas.

Eric Baus's The To Sound is available from Wave Books. Tuned Droves is forthcoming from Octopus Books. His links are worth your click: To the Sound, Minus House Press, and in Dorothea Lasky's closet for the Tiny Tour. He lives in Denver.

Dan Beachy-Quick's The Whaler's Dictionary can be found at Milkweed Editions; Spell is available from Ahsahta Press; North True South Bright is available at Alice James Books; both Mulberry and This Nest, Swift Passerine are / will be available from Tupelo Press--the latter is forthcoming next spring. He lives in Ft. Collins.

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.

Joshua Beckman's Take It and Shake (among several others) are available from Wave Books. He lives in Seattle & New York.

John Beer's book The Waste Land & Other Poems is just out from Canarium Books. He lives in Chicago.

Mei-mei Berssenbrugge was born in Beijing and grew up in Massachusetts. She is the author of twelve books of poetry, including Empathy (Station Hill Press), Nest (Kelsey Street Press), and I Love Artists, New and Selected Poems (University of California Press). Internal Security, her fourth collaboration with Kiki Smith, is forthcoming. She lives in New Mexico and New York City.

Eula Biss's Notes from No Man's Land is available from Graywolf Press. She lives in Chicago.

Jaswinder Bolina's Carrier Wave is available from the Center for Literary Publishing. He lives in Athens, OH.

Ana Bozicevic-Bowling's Morning News was published by Kitchen Press and Document was recently published by Octopus Books. She lives in Brooklyn.

Jason Bredle's Standing in Line for the Beast is out with New Issues Press, Pain Fantasy is recently out from Red Morning Press, and A Twelve Step Guide is available from New Michigan Press. He lives in Chicago.

Joel Brouwer's most recent book And So is available from Four Way Books. He lives in Tuscaloosa.

Lily Brown's The Renaissance Sheet is sold out from Octopus Books. Her chapbook Old With You is available from Kitchen Press, and Rust or Go Missing is forthcoming from Cleveland State University Poetry Center. She lives in Chicago and Athens, Georgia.

Laynie Browne's most recent book The Desires of Letters is available from Counterpath Press. Forthcoming is Roseate, Points of Gold from Dusie. She lives in Tucson.

Sommer Browning's Either Way I'm Celebrating is out soon from Birds LLC. She lives in Denver.

Suzanne Buffam's Past Imperfect is available from House of Anansi Press. She lives in Chicago.

Nicole Burgund's poems are on Weird Deer among others. She lives in Seattle.

Julie Carr's 100 Notes on Violence is available from Ahsahta Press. Sarah--Of Fragments and Lines is forthcoming from Coffee House Press. She lives in Denver.

J'Lyn Chapman's Bear Stories is out from Calamari Press. She lives in Denver.

Julia Cohen's new chapbook When We Broke the Microscope (with Mathias Svalina and illustrations by Cherie Weaver) is out in a limited letterpress edition (only 125 copies) from Small Fires Press. She lives in Brooklyn.

CAConrad's The Book of Frank is available from Chax Press, and Advanced Elvis Course is just out from Soft Skull Press. He lives in Philadelphia.

Joshua Corey is the author of three books of poetry: Severance Songs, Fourier Series, and Selah. He lives in Evanston, Illinois and teaches English at Lake Forest College.

Joel Craig's Shine Tomorrow is available from Lost Horse Press. His poems have appeared in Lungfull!,
GutCult, A Public Space, Zoland Poetry, and others. He is the poetry editor at MAKE: A Literary Magazine,
and co-founder and curator of the Danny's Reading Series--where he lives--in Chicago.

Michael Earl Craig's Thin Kimono is available from Wave Books. He lives in Livingston, MT.

Patrick Culliton's work can be found in American Letters & Commentary, Columbia Poetry Review, Court Green, The Hat, jubilat, and Tarpaulin Sky. He lives in Chicago.

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.

Ben Doller (né Doyle)'s first book of poems, Radio, Radio, was selected by Susan Howe as winner of the 2000 Walt Whitman Award. His second book, FAQ:, will be published by Ahsahta Press in March 2009, and his third book, Dead Ahead, is forthcoming from Fence Books. He co-edits the Kuhl House Contemporary Poets series and teaches in Antioch's Low-Res MFA program. Wherever he lives, he lives with his lady, Sandra Doller (née Miller) and their boxador, Ronald Johnson.

Sandra Doller (née Miller) has a new name. Her first book Oriflamme was published by Ahsahta Press in 2005, and her second collection Chora is forthcoming from Ahsahta in 2010. Sandra Doller is the founder & editrice of a fancy magazine & press, the curiously named 1913. She teaches at Cal State San Marcos and lives way out west with her man, Ben Doller (né Doyle) and their pup Ronald Johnson.

Julie Doxsee's Undersleep & The Knife-Grasses are available from Octopus Books. Black Ocean Press will publish her second book soon. She lives in Istanbul.

Patrick Durgin's most recent publications include a chapbook of poetry (Imitation Poems) as well as The Route,
a collaborative hybrid-genre book written with Jen Hofer and commissioned by Atelos, and contributions to
Aufgabe, Denver Quarterly, Jacket, and P-Queue. He edited Hannah Weiner’s Open House for Kenning Editions,
as well as Weiner’s Early and Clairvoyant Journals for the UC San Diego Mandeville Library’s Archive
of New Poetry (available from Weiner’s author page). An essay on the work of Lyn Hejinian is forthcoming
in the special issue of Aerial devoted to her work. He teaches at the School of the Art Institute--where he lives
--in Chicago.

Kate Eichhorn is the author of Fieldnotes, a Forensic and Fond (both available from BookThug Press) and co-editor of Prismatic Publics: Innovative Canadian Women’s Poetry and Poetics (available from Coach House Books). She lives in New York.

Monica Fambrough grew up in Mableton, Georgia. She was schooled at the University of Georgia and UMass,
Amherst and spent four years on the staff at Wave Books. Her chapbook Black Beauty is available from
Katalanche Press, and other poems can be found in Glitterpony, jubilat, and the anthologies Poets on Painters
and Poems about Horses. She lives in Chicago.

Lisa Fishman's Dear, Read is available here and The Happiness Experiment is available here--both from Ahsahta Press. The Deep Heart's Core is a Suitcase is available from New Issues. A new chapbook called Lining is forthcoming from Boxwood Editions. She lives in Orfordville and Chicago.

Graham Foust's Leave the Room to Itself can be found at Ahsahta Press; As In Every Deafness and Necessary Stranger are available from Flood Editions. He lives in Oakland.

Emily Kendal Frey's The Grief Performance is available soon from Cleveland State University Poetry Center. She lives in Portland, OR.

William Fuller's Hallucination was recently published by Flood Editions. Quorum is forthcoming from Seagull Books. He lives outside Chicago.

Forrest Gander's most recent book is the novel As a Friend, which is available from New Directions. He lives outside all Providence.

Lara Glenum's most recent book is Maximum Gaga, which is available from Action Books. She lives in Baton Rouge.

Judith Goldman's DeathStar Rico-chet is available from O Books. She lives in Chicago.

Laura Goldstein's chapbook Ice in Intervals is available from Hex Presse. She lives in Chicago.

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.

Noah Eli Gordon's The Source is available soon from Futurepoem Books. He lives in Denver.

Arielle Greenberg's hybrid-genre Home/Birth: A Poemic, co-authored with Rachel Zucker, is forthcoming from 1913 Press. She lives in Evanston.

Kate Greenstreet's second book is The Last Four Things, new from Ahsahta Press and includes a DVD containing two short films based on the two sections of the book. She lives in New Jersey.

Sarah Gridley's most recent book is Green is the Orator, available from University of California Press. She lives in Cleveland.

Matthea Harvey's third book, Modern Life, is available from Graywolf Press. She lives in New York.

Christian Hawkey's books Citizen Of and The Book of Funnels are both available from Wave Books. He lives in Berlin & Brooklyn.

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.

Terrance Hayes's Lighthead is just out from Penguin. He lives in Pittsburgh.

Brenda Hillman's most recent book is Practical Water, which is available from Wesleyan University Press or from here. She is Olivia C. Philippi Professor of poetry at St. Mary's College in Moraga and lives in the Bay Area.

Jen Hofer is a Los Angeles-based poet, translator, interpreter, teacher, knitter, book-maker, public letter-writer, and urban cyclist. This video, made in collaboration with Rob Ray, depicts a text from her latest book, titled one and published at the end of 2009 by Palm Press. Her other books can be found at Action Books, Counterpath Press, Kenning Editions, and through Small Press Distribution.

Christine Hume's newest book is Shot from Counterpath Press. She lives in Ypsilanti.

Lisa Janssen is a writer and archivist. She also edits the journal MoonLit, and most recently directed the audio book of Rudolph Wurlitzer's Slow Fade for Drag City. She lives in Chicago.

Philip Jenks's My First Painting Will Be "The Accuser" is available at Zephyr Press and On the Cave You Live In is available from Flood Editions. He lives in Chicago.

George Kalamaras's Even the Java Sparrows Call Your Hair is available from Quale Press, The Theory and Function of Mangoes is available from Four Way Books and Borders My Bent Towards is available from Pavement Saw Press. His latest book, Gold Carp Jack Fruit Mirrors, is out from Bitter Oleander Press. He lives in Ft. Wayne.

Bhanu Kapil's most recent book is Humanimal, A Project for Future Children, which is available from Kelsey St. Press. She lives with wolves.

Claudia Keelan's Missing Her is available from New Issues. She lives in Las Vegas.

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.

Karla Kelsey's most recent book is Knowledge, Forms, the Aviary available from Ahsahta Press. Iteration Nets is forthcoming this fall 2010 from Ahsahta as well. She lives in Selinsgrove.

Aaron Kunin's Folding Ruler Star and The Mandarin are available from Fence Books. He lives in Los Angeles.

Dorothea Lasky's AWE is--and Black Life will soon be--available from Wave Books. She lives on the Eastern Seaboard.

Quraysh Ali Lansana is author of five poetry books, a children's book, and editor of eight anthologies. His most recent book is Our Difficult Sunlight: A Guide to Poetry, Literacy & Social Justice in Classroom & Community (Teachers & Writers Collaborative, March 2011). Lansana is Associate Professor of English/Creative Writing at Chicago State University, a former Juilliard School Drama faculty member, and earned a MFA in Poetry at NYU.

Sueyeun Juliette Lee's most recent book is That Gorgeous Feeling, available from Coconut Books. Underground National is due out from Factory School any day now. She lives in Philadelphia.

Juliana Leslie's first book, More Radiant Signal, is forthcoming from Letter Machine Editions. She lives in Santa Cruz.

Lauren Levin's Not Time and Flaming Telepaths are forthcoming from Boxwood Editions and H_NGM_N B__KS, respectively. She lives in Oakland.

Sandra Lim's Loveliest Grotesque is available from Kore Press. She lives in Chicago.

Natalie Lyalin's Pink & Hot Pink Habitat is avalailable from Coconut Books. She lives in Philadelphia.

J.W. Marshall's Meaning a Cloud is now out from Oberlin College Press. His wonderful bookstore--co-owned with poet Christine Deavel--is available at openpoetrybooks.com and at 2414 N. 45th St. in Seattle. He lives in Seattle.

Dawn Lundy Martin's A Gathering of Matter / A Matter of Gathering is available from University of Georgia Press. Her new book DISCIPLINE is forthcoming from Nightboat Books. She lives in Pittsburgh.

Kristi Maxwell's Realm Sixty-four is available from Ahsahta Press, Hush Sessions is forthcoming from Saturnalia and Elsewhere & Wise is due out from Dancing Girl Press. She lives in Cincinnati.

Joyelle McSweeney's The Red Bird, The Commandrine and Other Poems, and her new novel Flet are all available from Fence Books. Nylund, The Sarcographer (her other new novel) is just out from Tarpaulin Sky Press. She lives in Mishawaka.

Richard Meier's Terrain Vague is available here and Shelley Gave Jane a Guitar is available here--both from Wave Books. He lives in Orfordville and Chicago.

K. Silem Mohammad's latest collection of poetry, Breathalyzer, is available from Edge Books. He lives in Ashland.

Fred Moten's recent books are hughson's tavern, available from Leon Works, and B Jenkins, available from Duke University Press. He lives in Durham, North Carolina.

Simone Muench is the author of The Air Lost in Breathing, Lampblack & Ash, Orange Crush, and Disappearing Address, co-written with Philip Jenks. She directs Lewis University’s writing program where she teaches creative writing and film studies. She is an editor for Sharkforum and lives in Chicago.

Laura Mullen's most recent book is Murmur available from Futurepoem Books. She lives in Baton Rouge.

Sawako Nakayasu's So we have been given time Or is available from Wave Books. nothing fictional but the accuracy or arrangement (she is available from Quale Press. Four From Japan: Contemporary Poetry & Essays by Women (including poets Kiriu Minashita, Kyong-Mi Park, Ryoko Sekiguchi, and Takako Arai) is available from Litmus Press. Texture Notes is forthcoming from Letter Machine Editions and Hurry Home Honey is also forthcoming from Burning Deck. Her translation of Takashi Hiraide's For the Fighting Spirit of the Walnut is recently out from New Directions. She lives in Shanghai.

Aimee Nezhukumatathil is the author of Miracle Fruit, At the Drive-In Volcano, and the forthcoming Lucky Fish, all from Tupelo Press. She lives in Western New York.

Travis Nichols's most recent book is Iowa, available from Letter Machine Editions. He lives in Chicago.

Hideaki Noguchi received his MFA from Columbia College Chicago. He lives in the north suburbs of Chicago.

Alice Notley's recent books are Alma, or the Dead Women and Reason and Other Women, available from Granary Books and Chax Press, respectively. She lives in Paris.

Kristy Odelius is a poet and Associate Professor of English at North Park University. She's the author of Bee Spit (Dancing Girl Press) and Strange Trades (Shearsman Books). New poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Fifth Wednesday, Smartish Pace, and ACM. She lives in Chicago.

Michael O'Leary is the founder of LVNG and the co-founder of Flood Editions. Trained in fracture mechanics, he makes a living as a structural engineer designing power plants. He lives in Chicago.

Peter O'Leary's Luminous Epinoia will soon be available from The Cultural Society. He lives in Berwyn.

Joshua Poteat's book Ornithologies can be found at Anhinga Press. His new book is forthcoming from University of Georgia Press. He lives in Richmond.

Srikanth Reddy's Facts for Visitors is available from University of California Press. His chapbook Mobius Crowns, co-authored with Dan Beachy-Quick, is available from P-Queue. He lives in Chicago.

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.

Donald Revell's The Bitter Withy is available from Alice James Books. He lives in Las Vegas.

Andrea Rexilius's projects can be found here and here. She lives in Denver.

Among several other collections dating back to 1970, Ed Roberson's most recent book, City Eclogue, is available at Atelos. He lives in Chicago.

Lisa Robertson's newest book R's Boat is available from University of California Press. She lives in Oakland.

Michael Robins's The Next Settlement is available from University of North Texas Press. He lives in Chicago.

Broc Rossell is a writer from California, and he lives in Denver.

Jennifer Scappettone's From Dame Quickly is available from Litmus Press. She lives in Chicago.

Susan Scarlata's work can be found in the shared writing project in 'New Pony: Collaborations & Responses from Horse Less Press,' and a chapbook, Lit Instant: Installation 1, is coming soon from Parcel. She is the Editor of Lost Roads Publishers and lives in Denver.

Robyn Schiff's Worth is available from University of Iowa Press and Revolver is forthcoming from the same press. She lives in Iowa City.

Melissa Severin's chapbook Brute Fact is available from dancing girl press, and she sometimes writes about Liverpool FC at Empire of the Kop. She lives in Chicago.

James Shea's Star in the Eye is available from Fence Books. He lives in Chicago.

Zachary Schomburg's The Man Suit and Scary, No Scary are available from Black Ocean Press. He lives in Portland, OR.

Brandon Shimoda's The Alps can be found at Flim Forum Press; The Inland Sea is out from Tarpaulin Sky Press; and O Bon is forthcoming from Litmus Press. He lives in Seattle.

Eleni Sikelianos's most recent book, Body Clock, is available at Coffee House Press, from which Earliest Worlds and The California Poem are also available. A memoir of her father, The Book of Jon, is available from City Lights Books. She lives in Boulder.

Abraham Smith's Whim Man Mammon is available from Action Books. He lives in Tuscaloosa.

Carol Snow's Placed: Karesansui Poems is available from Counterpath Press. She lives in her native San Francisco.

Kerri Sonnenberg's The Mudra is available from Litmus Press. She lives with her husband and daughter in Chicago(land).

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.

Chuck Stebelton's Circulation Flowers can be found at Tougher Disguises. His Chapbook Precious is available at Answer Tag Press. He lives in Milwaukee.

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.

Nathalie Stephens (Nathanaël): At Alberta (Book Thug 2008; ...s'arrête? Je (l'Hexagone 2007); The Sorrow and the Fast of It (Nightboat Books 2007); L'absence au lieu (Claude Cahun et le livre inouvert) (LQ 2007); L'injure (l'Hexagone 2004); Je Nathanaël (l'Hexagone 2003 | Book Thug 2006); Paper City (Coach House Books 2003); All Boy (out of print 2001); Underground (out of print 1999). Stephens lives in Chicago.

Peter Streckfus's The Cuckoo is available from Yale University Press. He lives in Tuscaloosa.

Mathias Svalina's Why I am White is available from Kitchen Press. Creation Myths is available from New Michigan Press and When We Broke the Microscope (with Julia Cohen) is forthcoming from Small Fires Press. His first book, Destruction Myths, is forthcoming from Cleveland State University's Poetry Series. He lives in Brooklyn.

Michelle Taransky's Barn Burned, Then is available from Omnidawn. She lives in Philadelphia.

Catherine Theis's The Maybook can be found at Your Beeswax Press; and her collaborative chapbook with Lauren Levin and Jared Stanley, In Fortune, is out from Dusie. She lives in Chicago.

John Tipton is the author of surfaces and has translated Sophocles' Ajax, both published by Flood Editions. He lives in Chicago.

Allison Titus's Instructions from the Narwhal is available from Bateau Press.Her first book, Sum of Every Lost Ship, is due out fall 2009 from Cleveland State University's Poetry Series. She lives in Richmond.

Rodrigo Toscano's latest collection is Collapsable Poetics Theatre. He lives in Brooklyn.

Tony Tost's most recent book is Complex Sleep, which is available from University of Iowa Press. His book on Johnny Cash's first American Recordings album is forthcoming from Continuum Books in their 33 1/3 series. He lives in Durham, North Carolina.

Tony Trigilio's The Lama's English Lessons is available from Three Candles Press. He lives in Chicago.

Sara Veglahn's most recent chapbooks are Another Random Heart (recently out from Letter Machine Editions) and Closed Histories (Noemi Press). She lives in Denver.

Catherine Wagner's Macular Hole, Miss America, and Not for Mothers Only are all available from Fence Books. Everyone in the room is a representative of the world at large is available from Bonfire Press. She lives in Oxford, OH.

Anne Waldman is the author of several books, a recipient of the Poetry Society of America’s Shelley Memorial Award, and has recently been appointed a Chancellor of The Academy of American Poets. She divides her time between New York City and Boulder, Colorado.

Dana Ward's work can be found at Dusie and House Press. He lives in Cincinnati.

Joshua Marie Wilkinson's Selenography (with Polaroids by Tim Rutili) is available from Sidebrow Books and Poets on Teaching (featuring 99 essays by 101 poets) is forthcoming Fall 2010 from University of Iowa Press. He lives in Chicago.

Leila Wilson's The Hundred Grasses is forthcoming from Milkweed Editions in 2011. Her poems have
appeared in A Public Space, Denver Quarterly, Poetry, and The Canary. She teaches at the School
of the Art Institute and lives in Chicago.

Nicole Wilson's work can be found in PacificREVIEW and Columbia Poetry Review. The poem read here is forthcoming in Coconut. She teaches first year writing and curates a reading series where she lives in Chicago.

Allyssa Wolf's Vaudeville is available from Seismicity Editions. The Abstract Empire is forthcoming from ingirumimusnocteetcomsumimurigni. She lives in San Francisco.

Ronaldo V. Wilson's Narrative of the Life of the Brown Boy and the White Man is available from University of Pittsburgh Press and Poems of the Black Object is available from Futurepoem. He lives in South Hadley.

Jon Woodward's Mister Goodbye Easter Island is available from Alice James Books. Rain is available from Wave Books. He lives in Boston.

C.D. Wright's One With Others: [a little book of her days] is available from Copper Canyon Press. She lives in Rhode Island.

Lesley Yalen's This Elizabeth is available from Minus House. She lives in Northampton.

Matvei Yankelevich's Boris by the Sea is available from Octopus Books. He lives in New York.

Stephanie Young's Telling the Future Off can be found at Tougher Disguises. Bay Poetics is available at Faux Press. She lives in Oakland.

Timothy Yu's Race and the Avant-Garde: Experimental and Asian American Poetry since 1965 is forthcoming from Stanford University Press in 2009. His chapbook Journey to the West won the Vincent Chin Prize from Kundiman and was published by Barrow Street. He lives in Madison.

Andrew Zawacki's most recent book is Petals of Zero Petals of One, which is available from Talisman House. He lives in Athens, GA.

Rachel Zolf's fourth book is Neighbour Procedure, available from Coach House. She lives in Brooklyn.

Rachel Zucker's most recent book, Museum of Accidents, is available from Wave Books. She lives in New York City and can be found here.

Magdalena Zurawski's The Bruise is available from Fiction Collective Two. She lives in Durham.