THESE ARE OUR CONTRIBUTORS TO ISSUE [18.3]. ENJOY THE AWESOME. IF YOU DO NOT ENJOY THE AWESOME SUFFICIENTLY, PLEASE CONTACT MANAGEMENT VIA THE [MASTHEAD].
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* 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.
Sara Adams writes things such as Trump found poetry and full-length Twilight parodies. She lives in Portland, OR. [website] [email]
Rosaire Appel draws, analogically and digitally: she writes drawing and sings drawing on paper. She makes books. She looks at a lot of art. She walks around the city (NY). [website]
Erica Bernheim is Associate Professor of English at Florida Southern College, where she also directs the creative writing program. She is the author of The Mimic Sea (42 Miles Press, Indiana University South Bend), and her work has appeared recently in The Pittsburgh Poetry Review, Denver Quarterly, The Missouri Review, and Cutbank. [email]Daniel Biegelson is the Director of the Visiting Writers Series at Northwest Missouri State University and Associate Editor for The Laurel Review. He is the author of the chapbook Only the Borrowed Light forthcoming from VERSE. His poems have appeared in or are forthcoming from The Boiler Journal, Denver Quarterly, Jellyfish Magazine, Meridian, New Orleans Review, and Spiral Orb, amongst other places.
Amber Nicole Brooks currently serves as the Nonfiction Editor of The Chattahoochee Review. She teaches at Perimeter College of Georgia State University. Her work can be found in The Rumpus, The Establishment, The Collagist, ArtsATL, and Five Points.
Kristene Kaye Brown is a mental health social worker. Her work has previously been published, or is forthcoming, in The American Journal of Poetry, Columbia Poetry Review, Harpur Palate, Meridian, upstreet, and others. Kristene lives and works in Kansas City. [email]
Megan Burns is the publisher at Trembling Pillow Press. She also hosts the Blood Jet Poetry Reading Series in New Orleans and is the co-founder of the New Orleans Poetry Festival. She has been most recently published in Jacket Magazine, Callaloo, New Laurel Review, Trickhouse, and the Big Bridge New Orleans Anthology. She has three books: Memorial + Sight Lines (2008), Sound and Basin (2013) and Commitment (2015) published by Lavender Ink. She has two recent chapbooks: Dollbaby (Horseless Press, 2013) and i always wanted to start over (Nous-Zot Press, 2014). Horse Less Press released her Twin Peaks chap, Sleepwalk With Me, in 2016. Her fourth collection, BASIC PROGRAMMING, will be released by Lavender Ink in 2018. [email]
Robert Castagna is a Boston based photographer and artist. [website] [email]
Terrence Chiusano is the author of On Generation & Corruption (Fordham University Press, 2015). Some of his poems have appeared in Denver Quarterly, Mickle Street Review: An Electronic Journal of Whitman and American Studies, CURA: A Literary Magazine of Art & Action, Colorado Review, Cordite Poetry Review (Australia), Yellow Field, and elsewhere. He is an assistant editor of Huck Finn: The Complete Buffalo and Erie County Public Library Manuscript (Buffalo & Erie County Public Library, 2003). He works at Carnegie Mellon University. [facebook] [email]
Maddie Clausius lives in Lawrence, Kansas. This is her first published poem. [email]
Jim Fisher last appeared in DIAGRAM issue 13.6. He enjoys his day job as a group leader and music instructor in the after school program at Mira Vista Elementary in Richmond, California. [email]
Eileen G'Sell's poetry and culture criticism have been published in Salon, VICE, and Boston Review, among other forums. Her first book of poetry, Life After Rugby, is recently out from Gold Wake Press. She teaches at Washington University in St. Louis and for the Prison Education Project at Missouri Eastern Correctional Center. [email] [twitter]
Berry Grass is a trans writer who lives & teaches writing in Philadelphia (previous to this: Tuscaloosa and Kansas City). Their first book, Hall of Waters, is forthcoming in 2019 from The Operating System. Their essays and poems appear in The Normal School, The Wanderer, Barrelhouse, and The Tiny, among other publications. When they aren't reading submissions as the Nonfiction Editor of Sundog Lit, they are embodying what happens when a Virgo watches too much professional wrestling. [email]
Matt Hale is a San Francisco Bay Area-based writer and filmmaker. He's written three feature films, many short stories and short films, and he's currently working on his first novel. He works professionally as a film editor. [website] [email]
Alen Hamza immigrated to the United States from Bosnia-Herzegovina as a refugee. His poems have appeared in Fence, Narrative, Prairie Schooner, the Southern Review, Crazyhorse, and elsewhere. He's pursuing a PhD in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Utah, where he serves as a poetry editor for Quarterly West.
Michael Homolka is the author of Antiquity, winner of the 2015 Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry from Sarabande Books. His poems have appeared in publications such as The New Yorker, Ploughshares, The Threepenny Review, Antioch Review, Agni, and previously in DIAGRAM. He currently teaches high school students in New York City. [email]
Lori Jakiela lives in Trafford, PA with her husband, the writer Dave Newman, and their two children. [website] [email]
Ashley M. Jones is a poet and teacher from Birmingham, Alabama. [blog] [email]
Nathan Knapp, who was born in Talihina, Oklahoma, has published essays and stories in The Collagist, The Quarterly Conversation, Tin House online, and elsewhere. [website] [email]Brandon Kreitler is the author of Late Frontier, selected by Major Jackson for the Poetry Society of America's National Chapbook Fellowship. He lives in New York City and edits the email Practice Catalogue. [email] [website] [twitter]
Brandon Krieg is the author of two poetry collections, In the Gorge (Codhill, 2017) and Invasives (New Rivers, 2014), and a chapbook, Source to Mouth (New Michigan Press, 2012). He lives in Kutztown, PA, and teaches at Kutztown University. [website]
Ariel Lewis is a writer and educator whose short prose has appeared or is forthcoming in Electric Literature, CRAFT, The Millions, The Literary Review, Flock, Wildness, and elsewhere. She currently lives in Miami, Florida, though Northern California will always be home. [twitter] [email] [website]
Erin Lynch's poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Gulf Coast, Mid-American Review, The Journal, New England Review, and elsewhere. She currently lives in Seattle, where she is a 2017-2018 Made at Hugo House Fellow. [email]
Taylor Micks is from Columbus, Ohio, where he worked at a hospital for a decade. He lives in Urbana, Illinois, teaching and completing an MFA at the University of Illinois. His poems have recently been published in Vallum, Ninth Letter, The Dunes Review, and elsewhere. [email]
Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint wrote a novel called The End of Peril, the End of Enmity, the End of Strife, A Haven, which waspublished by some amazing women at Noemi Press in 2018. She is the associate editor of the Denver Quarterly and a PhD candidate in English-Creative Writing at the University of Denver. [email] [website]
Bibhu Padhi has published eleven books of poems. His poems have appeared in distinguished magazines and anthologies throughout the English-speaking world. He lives with his family in Bhbaneswar, India. [email]
Betsy Sallee lives in New York City. Her poetry has appeared in Nat. Brut and No, Dear. [email]
Laurie Stone is author of, most recently, My Life as an Animal. She was a longtime writer for the Village Voice, theater critic for The Nation, and critic-at-large on Fresh Air. She won the Nona Balakian prize in excellence in criticism from the National Book Critics Circle and has published numerous stories in such publications as Tin House, Evergreen Review, Fence, Open City, Anderbo, The Collagist, New Letters, TriQuarterly, Threepenny Review, and Creative Nonfiction. [website] [email]
Yuki Tanaka is an MFA student at the Michener Center for Writers at the University of Texas-Austin. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Best New Poets, Kenyon Review, Poetry, and elsewhere. His forthcoming chapbook Séance in Daylight was the winner of the 2018 Frost Place Chapbook Competition. [email]
Danielle Zaccagnino is from Queens, New York. She was the winner of the Rita Dove Prize in Poetry (2017) and Sonora Review's Essay Prize (2016). Her writing appears in journals such as Day One, Word Riot, The Pinch, and Puerto del Sol. Danielle is the poetry editor of Third Point Press and Us for President. [website] [email]