Who We Are

Eric Baus was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1975. His publications include Tuned Droves (Octopus Books, 2009), The To Sound (Verse Press, 2004; Winner of the 2002 Verse Press, selected by Forrest Gander), and the chapbooks The Space Between Magnets (Diaeresis), A Swarm In The Aperture (Margin to Margin), and Something Else The Music Was (Braincase Press). He edits Minus House chapbooks, and currently lives in Denver. Visit Eric’s blog the to sound.

Chris Hosea was born in Princeton, New Jersey in 1973 and studied at Harvard and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. His poems appear in Denver Quarterly, Volt, Harvard Review, Swerve, Eoagh, LIT, and others. With Cecily Iddings, he edits The Blue Letter, a free, direct-mail poetry newsletter. He teachers Upper School English at Marymount School in New York City.

Dorothea Lasky is the author of two full-length collections of poetry: AWE (Wave Books, 2007) and Black Life (Wave Books, 2010). She is also the author of Poetry is Not a Project (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2010) and several chapbooks. She has taught poetry, writing, and visual art at Heath Elementary School, The New England Institute of Art, Fashion Institute of Technology, and Munroe Center for the Arts and has done educational research at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the Philadelphia Zoo, and Project Zero. Currently, she researches creativity and education at the University of Pennsylvania. Visit her blog.

Mathias Svalina is the author of Destruction Myth, published by the CSU Poetry Center. He is coeditor of Octopus Magazine & the small press Octopus Books. He currently lives in Denver. Visit his blog.

Michelle Taransky is the author of Barn Burned, Then (Omnidawn 2009), selected by Marjorie Welish as winner of the 2008 Omnidawn poetry prize.   Taransky currently lives in Philadelphia, where she works at Kelly Writers House, teaches poetry at Temple University, and is Reviews Editor for Jacket2.


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