Issue Four Contributors


Caroline Cabrera is author of The Bicycle Year (H-NGM-N BKS, 2015), Flood Bloom (H-NGM-N BKS, 2013), and the
chapbook Dear Sensitive Beard (dancing girl press, 2012). She lives in Denver, Colorado.

Brandon Crittendon lives in Columbus, Ohio and writes poems based around his experiences being a responsible
young adult. Given the choice, He'd rather be getting high riding shotgun to no particular destination. He self-published
a chapbook called Out There about it. He loves you, wherever you are.

Caroline Davidsonís poetry has appeared in Coconut, Sixth Finch, Tinge, RealPoetik, and elsewhere. She holds an
MFA from the University of Colorado-Boulder. She has sung in metal bands and mellow bands.

Ricky Garni is a writer and machinist born in Florida and living in North Carolina. His most recent publications can be
found in BOAAT, The Bitchin' Kitsch, Yellow Chair Review and Section 8 Magazine. His latest work is a bonbon collection
of six poems by Bitterzoet, released in the sultry-heat summer of 2015.

Knar Gavin attended the Iowa Writers' Workshop and she currently teaches and studies at Syracuse University. Knar's
recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in Poetry, Birdfeast, Bayou, Print-Oriented Bastards and Quarterly West.
You can visit her at tropopausing.com

Kurt Havens lives in Brooklyn, where he works in homeless outreach.

Kevin Sampsell is the author of the memoir, A Common Pornography, and the novel, This Is Between Us. His poems
have appeared at Sink Review, Sixth Finch, and elsewhere. He also makes collages and runs the small press, Future
Tense Books.

Natalie Sargent lives in Birmingham, Alabama, works in accounting, and is almost 30 years old. Published thrice now,
she enjoys what subtle limelight any semi-depressed poet can whilst trying to stay #humble. Also cats, tumblr,
perversion, etc.

Maggie Smith is the author of The Well Speaks of Its Own Poison (Tupelo Press, 2015), winner of the Dorset Prize;
Lamp of the Body (Red Hen, 2005), winner of the Benjamin Saltman Award; and three chapbooks, including Disasterology
(Dream Horse Press, forthcoming). She has received fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council, the Sustainable Arts
Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2015 she joined the Kenyon Review as a Contributing Editor,
and in Spring 2016 she will be a Visiting Assistant Professor in Creative Writing at The Ohio State University.

Buddy Wakefield from Los Angeles, CA by way of Boulder, CO by way of Seattle, WA by way of Baytown, TX by way
of Sanborn, NY by way of Shreveport, LA is a three-time Poetry Slam world champion by accident. He likes peanut butter,
Vipassana, cheering for exhausted runners and currently studies propellers because they can make themselves invisible.
His website, www.buddywakefield.com, is kept current.



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