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THESE ARE OUR CONTRIBUTORS TO ISSUE [11.5]. ENJOY THE AWESOME. IF YOU DO NOT ENJOY THE AWESOME SUFFICIENTLY, PLEASE CONTACT MANAGEMENT VIA THE [MASTHEAD].

* We believe in the serial comma.

* Here's our feeling on the bios. We prefer them to be entertaining, but above all they should be useful. Hence we include email addresses and website where you can find the writers, if the writers agree to this. We don't like to list awards or graduate degrees unless they are useful for readers. (We suspect these are not useful for readers.) However, we are happy to list other places you might find these writers' work, and where they teach or work, if you want to find them and send them cash or love or creepy or dirty or just plain sweet photos.

Susan Briante is the author of Pioneers in the Study of Motion (Ahsahta Press 2007) and Utopia Minus (Ahsahta Press 2011). Currently, she is translating the work of Uruguayan writer Marosa di Giorgio, as well as writing about industrial ruins and abandoned buildings in American cities. Briante is an assistant professor of literature and creative writing at the University of Texas at Dallas. She lives in East Dallas with the poet Farid Matuk. [email]

Mary Buchinger teaches writing and communication at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Boston, and lives close enough to the ocean to be able to smell it when there’s a sea breeze, but only rarely gets an opportunity to visit it. [email]

Joseph Chapman's poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in The Cincinnati Review, Gulf Coast, Shampoo, The Greensboro Review, and other journals. He lives with his wife, Julia, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. [email]

Julia Cohen is the author of Triggermoon Triggermoon, recently released from Black Lawrence Press. Her work has or will appear in jubilat, 6x6, Colorado Review, and Octopus. She is the co-editor of Saltgrass and the Associate Editor of the Denver Quarterly. [email]

Jamison Crabtree binds books and edits poetry for Spork Press. His recent work can be found in Hayden's Ferry Review, Makeout Creek, elimae, PANK, and Hawai'i Review. [email]

Jonathan Dubow lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where he is a candidate for an MFA in poetry at the University of Alabama. [email]

Phil Estes' poems have appeared in The Lifted Brow, Willow Springs and others. Poems are forthcoming in: Beecher's, Hayden's Ferry Review, Redivider, and Sonora Review. He lives in Stillwater, Oklahoma. [email]

Devin Gribbons hates you. [email]

Christopher Janke tends bar and fixes laundry machines in Turners Falls, Mass. Across the river in Greenfield, he writes poems, edits manuscripts for Slope Editions, and tries to be a family man. His first book Structure of the Embryonic Rat Brain was published by Fence Books, and his poems have appeared in Harper's, American Poetry Review, and dozens of other journals. [website]

Melissa Jones was born in Oakland, California and has completed one of her biggest projects entitled "My beautiful Oakland," a collection of works that focus on the observations of the city, capturing the everyday life from different angles and perspectives. Her goals are to travel around the world, write, and explore the depths of her creativity. She hopes to continue writing and work on more projects to be published in the near future. [email]

Eric Kocher is the writer-in-residence at Hub-Bub in Spartanburg, SC. Some of his work is forthcoming in Boston Review, Catch-Up, New York Quarterly, and Octopus. Though, if you are interested, you can find some more poems in DIAGRAM, H_NGM_N, Sixth Finch, Toad, and The Offending Adam. [email]

Eric LeMay loses the lottery at the foothills of the Appalachian mountains in Southeast Ohio. [email] [website]

B. J. Love is the editor of Further Adventures Chapbooks & Pamphlets. Additionally, he is the author of a few chapbooks, most recently, A Revisionist History Concerning Dinosaurs of All Makes & Models: If We Were to Eat You, Would You Love Us Then? in collaboration with Friedrich Kerksieck. [email] [blog]

Sarah Fawn Montgomery’s essays have appeared or are forthcoming in various magazines including The Southern Review, The Pinch, Fugue, New South, Hawaii Pacific Review, and Amoskeag. She is currently a PhD student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. [email]

Luke Reid is co-editor of the online journal Entasis. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Salt Hill, Faultline, and Zocalo Public Square. He lives in Montreal. [email]

Christina Stoddard's favorite nail polish is called I’m Really Not a Waitress. Recent work has appeared in Linebreak.org’s Two Weeks: A Digital Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, Waccamaw, Asheville Poetry Review, and Cave Wall. She lives in Nashville, TN, where she is the managing editor of a scholarly journal in economics and decision theory. [website] [email]

Christian TeBordo has published three novels. His most recent book, a collection of short fiction called The Awful Possibilities, is available from featherproof. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife Kathryn, a choreographer, and their son.