Krystal Languell lives in Chicago, where she works at the Poetry Foundation. She is the author of three books: Call the Catastrophists (BlazeVox, 2011), Gray Market (1913 Press, 2016), and Quite Apart (University of Akron Press, 2019). She has published six chapbooks. For ten years, she helped coordinate the activities of Belladonna* Collaborative. She was an adjunct in New York City for seven years. New and recent work can be found in Black Warrior Review, Colorado Review, diode, and elsewhere.
Amy MacLennan’s work has been published in Cimarron Review, Folio, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Linebreak, Pearl Magazine, Pirene’s Fountain, Poet’s Market, River Styx, South Dakota Review, Spillway, The Oregonian, The Pedestal Magazine, Windfall, and Wisconsin Review. She is the Managing Editor of The Cortland Review and a poetry editor for Bone Bouquet. She has published two chapbooks: Weathering (Uttered Chaos Press, 2012), and The Fragile Day (Spire Press, 2011). She has been featured on The Writer’s Almanac and on Verse Daily. Her first full-length collection, The Body, A Tree, was published by MoonPath Press in 2016, and it was a runner-up for the Poetry Society of Virginia Book Award.
Liz von Klemperer