THESE ARE OUR CONTRIBUTORS TO ISSUE [13.6]. 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.
Jim Fisher, a serial contributor to DIAGRAM, is a poet, pamphleteer, and banjo picker from Berkeley. He is the sole proprietor of 99centbroadsides, an Etsy shop featuring the poems of Clayton Peacock. [email] [etsy]
Eileen G'Sell teaches at Washington University in St. Louis and is director of The Hinge, an art gallery and event space. Recent and forthcoming work can be found in Conduit, Ninth Letter, and Boston Review. She is the winner of the American Literary Review's 2012 prize for poetry, and her chapbook was published by Dancing Girl Press in summer 2013. [email]
Patrick Gaughan's poems and writings have been featured in BOMB, The Brooklyn Rail, MOMA, PEN America, Coldfront, Blunderbuss, The Atlas Review, and others. He is a member of PeopleHerd and works for jubilat. [tumblr] [twitter]
Tyler Gobble is the scruffy half of Stoked, a multi-hat wearer for Magic Helicopter Press, and party-ghost-in-residence for Vouched Books. He has plopped out four chapbooks, most recently 48 Pornos (Safety Third Enterprises, 2013), and his first full-length will be out next year from Coconut Books. He likes disc golf, tank tops, and bacon, and yes, in that order. [email] [website]
Katy Gunn currently MFAs in Alabama. Her first book, Textile School, is forthcoming from the Lit Pub in 2014, and a free e-chapbook, Troop 638 Odyssey, can be read at NAP. [website]
Jeremy Hawkins's work has appeared in Independent Ink Magazine, Molotov Cocktail, Squawk Back, and other venues. He is also founder of The Distillery, a copyediting and proofreading service for creative projects. He lives in Chapel Hill, NC. [email] [website]
Brandi Homan is the author of two books—Bobcat Country and Hard Reds—from Shearsman Books and is currently a doctoral student at the University of Denver. With Hanna Andrews and Becca Klaver, she is a cofounder of the feminist poetry press Switchback Books. Probably, she loves you. [email]
Laurel Hunt is an MFA candidate at the Michener Center for Writers at UT Austin. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Pleiades; Forlkift, Ohio; Slice; Salt Hill; and elsewhere.
Hanae Jonas lives in Vermont. Other poems are forthcoming in Handsome and Cutbank. [email]
Scott Alexander Jones is a PhD dropout who has lived in Portland, Austin, Seattle, Montana, and Wellington, NZ. He is the author of elsewhere (Black Lawrence Press, 2014), and three chapbooks: Carpe Demons (Unsolicited Press, 2014), That Finger on Your Temple is the Barrel of My Raygun (Bedouin Books, 2014) and One Day There Will Be Nothing to Show That We Were Ever Here (Bedouin Books, 2009). He is the co-founder and poetry editor of the punk literary zine Zerø Ducats, and his poems have appeared in over fifty journals. He currently lives in Lawrence, KS, where he is clacking away at an old typewriter and plotting his next move. He’s a bit of a drifter, so get in touch if you need someone to recite poems from memory in your living room. [email] [website]
Kristin Kostick is a nonfiction writer and poet attending the University of Houston MFA program. Her recent work has appeared in Blackbird, Forklift, Ohio, H_NGM_N, Drunken Boat, Open Letters, and other journals. She is also a medical anthropologist with a focus on HIV/AIDS and drug abuse prevention research. [email]
Éireann Lorsung is the author of Music For Landing Planes By (Milkweed 2007), Her Book (Milkweed 2013), and Sweetbriar (dancing girl press, 2013). Other work appears or is forthcoming in Beloit Poetry Journal, the Burnside Review, the Colorado Review, Women's Studies Quarterly, Two Serious Ladies, The Collagist, and Bluestem. She edits 111O and co-runs MIEL, a micropress. [email]
Dave Madden is the author of The Authentic Animal: Inside the Odd and Obsessive World of Taxidermy. Shorter work's appeared in Denver Quarterly, The Normal School, Lo Ball Magazine, and elsewhere. He teaches in the MFA program at the University of San Francisco and co-edits The Cupboard, a quarterly pamphlet. He's writing a book on standup comedy. [website]
Simon Perchik is an attorney whose poems have appeared in Partisan Review, The Nation, Poetry, The New Yorker, and elsewhere. His most recent collection is Almost Rain, published by River Otter Press (2013). For more information, including free e-books and his essay titled “Magic, Illusion and Other Realities” please visit his [website]. [email]
Tomaž Šalamun lives in Ljubljana, Slovenia. He taught Spring semester 2011 at Michener Center for Writers at The University of Texas. His recent books translated into English are The Blue Tower (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011) and On the Tracks of Wild Game (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2012). His Soy realidad translated by Michael Thomas Taren is due by Dalkey Archive Press in 2014. [email]
Work from Lydia Ship’s collection-in-progress, Lightning Cabinet, has appeared in American Short Fiction, Denver Quarterly, Devil’s Lake, Hayden’s Ferry Review, New Delta Review, Pleiades, and Sonora Review, among others. She is managing editor of The Chattahoochee Review. [email]
Eric Susak is currently a masters student and graduate teaching assistant at Northern Arizona University. [email]
Michael Thomas Taren's poems have been published in Colorado Review, HTMLGIANT, The Claudius App, and Fence, and are forthcoming in Bestoned. He spent nine months in Slovenia on a Fulbright Scholarship (2010-2011). His book Nile is due by Vagabond Press in Spring 2014.
Gretchen VanWormer’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Los Angeles Review, The Laurel Review, PANK, and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. She lives in Washington, DC and teaches writing at American University. She still loves the beavers. [email]