D. Graham Burnett is an editor at
Cabinet magazine in Brooklyn and a faculty member at Princeton University. He
is author of Descartes and the Hyperbolic
Quest and Trying Leviathan, which won
the New York City Book Award.
Amy Casey received the 2009 Cleveland
Arts Prize for Emerging Artists and a Creative Workforce Fellowship. Her paintings
have been exhibited in galleries and institutions nationally and internationally. She
is represented by Zg Gallery in Chicago.
Karen Glaser’s photography is in the
collections of the Art Institute of Chicago
and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. In 2011, the Southeast Museum of
Photography will feature a survey of her
Tony Hoagland’s most recent book of
poems is Unincorporated Persons in the
Late Honda Dynasty. He received the
2005 Mark Twain Award for humor in
American poetry. He teaches at the University of Houston and in the Warren Wilson
Linda Hogan is a poet, novelist, essayist, and playwright. Her most recent
poetry collection is Rounding the Human
Corners. A professor emerita of the University of Colorado, she is writer in residence for the Chickasaw Nation and lives
Marilyn Krysl’s fiction appears in Best
American Short Stories 2000. Her latest
collection, Dinner with Osama, won Uni-
versity of Notre Dame Press’s Richard
Sullivan Prize and ForeWord magazine’s
bronze Book of the Year Award for short
stories. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.
David Oates lives and works in Portland,
Oregon. His recent book of essays is titled
What We Love Will Save Us. His writing
has appeared in Creative Nonfiction, Earth
Island Journal, and High Country News.
Alberto Ríos is author of ten books
of poetry, including, most recently, The
Dangerous Shirt. A 2002 finalist for the
National Book Award, Ríos teaches at Arizona State University.
Jason Rothe is a photographer and multimedia journalist based in Buenos Aires,
Argentina. His work has appeared in Utne
Reader, The Walrus, and Explore. He is currently working on a long-term project on
Bolivia and its natural resources.
Valerie Weaver-Zercher lives in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Her writing
has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize,
and she received a 2009 fellowship from
the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
Joe Wilkins is author of the poetry chapbook Ragged Point Road, and his first
full-length collection, Killing the Murnion
Dogs, is forthcoming. He is the 2009 recipient of the Richard J. Margolis Award
and lives in Iowa, where he teaches writing at Waldorf College.
Eric Zencey lives in Vermont and is the
author of the essay collection Virgin Forest.
He is visiting associate professor at Empire State College. His work has appeared
in the North American Review, The Nation,
and the New York Times.