Tyler Gobble is chapbook editor of Magic Helicopter Press, Editor-in-Chief of NOÖ Journal and the host of Everything Is Bigger, a reading series in Austin, TX. He is currently a poetry fellow in the Michener Center for Writers. He has plopped out a chunk of chapbooks, most recently Collected Feelings with Layne Ransom (Forklift INK), and his first full-length, MORE WRECK MORE WRECK, is out soon from Coconut Books. He likes disc golf, tank tops, and bacon. More at www.tylergobble.com.
Tracy Dimond co-curates Ink Press Productions. She is the author of Grind My Bones Into Glitter, Then Swim Through The Shimmer (NAP 2014) and Sorry I Wrote So Many Sad Poems Today (Ink Press 2013). Her poems and essays have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Big Lucks, glitterMOB, apt, Nailed Magazine, Coconut, Everyday Genius, and other places.
Jamie Perez lives in Baltimore and works in DC. He loves a great many things. He played bass in Sweatpants, and Sweatpants will rise again. He co-directed Narrow House for a good while and helped to get some great books published. And he used to run Rock Heals, where he put out a bunch of other interesting stuff. His work has appeared in Everyday Genius, Fanzine, the Shattered Wig, and more. He writes regularly at www.verymostgood.com
Alexis Pope's debut collection SOFT THREAT (Coconut Books, 2014) was selected for the Cargrill First Book Prize. She is the author of three chapbooks, BONE MATTER (The Lettered Streets Press), No Good (H_NGM_N), and girl erases girl (dancing girl press). Her poems can be found in Denver Quarterly, Washington Square, Guernica, Sixth Finch, Octopus, Forklift Ohio, and Big Lucks, among others. She lives in Brooklyn, edits for ILK, and is involved with Belladonna* Collective.