Jennifer Karmin’s text-sound epic, Aaaaaaaaaaalice, was published by Flim Forum Press in 2010. At home in Chicago, she curates the Red Rover Series and is co-founder of the public art group Anti Gravity Surprise. Her multidisciplinary projects have been presented at festivals, artist-run spaces, community centers, and on city streets across the U.S., Japan, and Kenya. She recreated and reimagined Unnatural Acts at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions for the Les Figues Press series Not Content. During the summers of 2009 and 2010, she spent time writing, reading, laughing, and discussing neutrinos with Bernadette Mayer in East Nassau, New York.
You’re reading the Bernadette Mayer folio. Do you really not know who she is?!
James Belflower is the author of Commuter (Instance Press), which was voted 2009’s Best Book Length Long Poem/Sequence by ColdFront magazine; Bird Leaves the Cornice, winner of the 2011 Spring Gun Press Chapbook Prize; and And Also a Fountain, (NeOpepper Press) a collaborative echap with Anne Heide and J. Michael Martinez. His work appears, or is forthcoming in New American Writing, 1913, EOAGH, Denver Quarterly, Apostrophe Cast, & Greatcoat, among others. He is pursuing a PhD in Contemporary Poetics at Suny Albany and cocurates the Yes! Reading Series in Albany NY.
Lee Ann Brown is the author of two books of poetry: The Sleep That Changed Everything and Polyverse. She won a Howard Foundation Fellowship in poetry in 2005. Brown teaches poetry at St. John’s University, and is the founder of Tender Buttons Press and The French Broad Institute (Of Time & the River).
Laynie Browne is the author of eight collections of poetry and one novel. Her most recent publications include: The Desires of Letters, The Scented Fox, and Daily Sonnets. Her work appears recently in the anthology Poets On Teaching (University of Iowa Press). She has written recently on the poets Hannah Weiner (Wild Orchids 2), and Lisa Robertson (Open Letter, forthcoming). Currently she edits for Tarpaulin Sky and Trickhouse and teaches and runs an interdisciplinary outreach program at the University of Arizona.
Philip Good is a poet who lives in upstate New York. His new book, Untitled Writings From A Member Of The Blank Generation, will be available this winter from Trembling Pillow Press.