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THESE ARE OUR CONTRIBUTORS TO ISSUE [13.1]. 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.

Steve Barbaro's poems appear in American Letters & Commentary, Cutbank, Caketrain, Conjunctions, Lo-Ball Magazine, The Literary Review, and Denver Quarterly. He is working on a second poetry manuscript and a novel, plus whatever sounds he can manage to clang-out coherently on his MPC. [email]

Jennifer Colville is the editor in chief of Prompt Press an online to print journal for writing inspired by visual art and visual art inspired by writing. Her work has appeared in The Literary Review, The Mississippi Review, and on the Huffington Post. She teaches an online class (open to anyone) on experimental American short story writers through the University of Iowa's English and Distance Learning Department. [email]

Originally from Tallahassee, Lightsey Darst writes, dances, writes about dance and other arts, and teaches in Minneapolis. Her books are Find the Girl (Coffee House, 2010) and DANCE (forthcoming from Coffee House in 2013). You can find her poetic work in Typo, Spork, and Triquarterly Online, and forthcoming in VOLT. Her criticism is online at mnartists.org and Bookslut, among other publications. [email]

Phil Estes lives in Stillwater, Oklahoma. [email]

An Ohio native, Logan Fry lives in Austin, where he attends the University of Texas and is co-editor of Flag + Void. His poetry has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Forklift, Ohio; Columbia Poetry Review; Caketrain; Dear Sir,; and elsewhere. [email]

Adam Houle is a PhD candidate at Texas Tech University. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in AGNI online, Willow Springs, Cave Wall, Best New Poets 2010, and elsewhere; he received an honorable mention in The Atlantic 2010 Student Writing Contest and was a finalist in the Arts and Letters 2011 Rumi Prize in Poetry. He lives in Lubbock, Texas. [email]

Alexander Jorgensen is a writer, visual artist, educator, and adventurer. His work most recently appears or is forthcoming in Drunken Boat, E•ratio, Red Lightbulbs, Otoliths, and The Last Vispo Anthology (edited by Nico Vassilakis & Crag Hill). A selection of his visual poems were exhibited at the 2011 Text Festival. He is completing his coursework for his MFA at Chatham University whilst working in the mountains of Taif, Saudi Arabia. "Letters to a Younger Poet," correspondences with the late Robert Creeley, appears in Jacket #31. [email]

Prathna Lor is the author of Ventriloquism (Future Tense Books, 2010). [email]

Carrie Lorig has been a word just under the desert, a bee hive hidden in south korea, a blue bone in the middle, and a bike messenger. She lives in Minneapolis, MN.

J. S. A. Lowe's poems have appeared in AGNI, Black Warrior Review, Chicago Review, Denver Quarterly, Harvard Review, and Salamander. Her chapbook DOE was published by Particle Series Books, and her chapbook Cherry-emily is forthcoming from dancing girl press. She lives in Houston and currently serves as online editor for Gulf Coast. [email] [website]

Jacob Newberry is pursuing a Ph.D. in Creative Writing at Florida State University, where he is the recipient of the University Fellowship. Winner of the 2012 Ploughshares Emerging Writers' Contest in Nonfiction, he has received fellowships and scholarships from the Fulbright Foundation, the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, and the MacDowell Colony. His poetry, fiction, and nonfiction have been published or are forthcoming in Granta, Ploughshares, The Kenyon Review, The Iowa Review, The Southwest Review, The Colorado Review, Best New Poets 2011, and Out Magazine, among others. Originally from the Mississippi coast, he received his M.A. in French Literature in 2009. [website]

Ben Pelhan is a Pittsburghist living in New Orleans. His poems and videos are available at OH NO, Spork, Movingpoems.com, and on the YouTube. He will join Line Assembly for a poetry reading and outreach tour this Summer, 2013, and will be directing a documentary movie of the tour. [email] [website]

Emilia Phillips is the author of Signaletics and two chapbooks, including Bestiary of Gall. [email] [website]

John Poch is Professor of English at Texas Tech University. For ten years, he was the editor at 32 Poems Magazine. His most recent book is Dolls (Orchises 2009). [email]

Cynthia Riede lives in Boston. Her short stories have been published in several literary journals, including StoryQuarterly, Black Warrior Review, and Alaska Quarterly Review. Her short story "The Girls Upstairs" was short-listed for Best American Nonrequired Reading 2003. She has been thrice nominated for a Pushcart Prize and is a past recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist’s Grant. [email]

Alicia Salvadeo grew up in New York and now lives in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Polish Hill. She currently writes book reviews for Phantom Limb Press, and her poetry has appeared in SOFTBLOW, Three Rivers Review, Weave Magazine, and The Portland Review. [email]

Nicole Sheets is assistant professor of English at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington. She's the web editor for Rock & Sling and the tallest alto (by a lot) in her church choir.

Scott Withiam's poems are recently out in Agni, Ascent, Beloit Poetry Journal, Boston Review, Cimarron Review, Linebreak, The Literary Review, Ploughshares, and Tar River Poetry. [email]

Sara June Woods courts arm-bends and sigh-fights. She lives in Chicago, where she is a librarian. She is at [moon bears].