Christopher Kondrich

Christopher Kondrich is the author of Valuing (University of Georgia Press, 2019), selected by Jericho Brown as a winner of the National Poetry Series, by Library Journal as a Best Poetry Book of 2019, and as a finalist for The Believer Book Award in Poetry, as well as the book-length poem Contrapuntal (Free Verse Editions, 2013).
His poetry and essays appear widely in such venues as the Academy of American Poets’ Poem-a-Day, The Believer, Bennington Review, Conjunctions, Harvard Review, The Kenyon Review, The Paris Review, and Poetry Northwest, and his work has been recognized with an Iowa Review Award (selected by Srikanth Reddy), The Paris-American Reading Series Prize, and four Pushcart Prize nominations. He has received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the I-Park Foundation, the University of Denver, and Columbia University.
During the 2021 — 2022 academic year, he will be teaching creative writing at George Washington University, and will also be Writer-in-Residence at the State University of New York, New Paltz. An Associate Editor for 32 Poems, he lives in Maryland.
Duane Michals

Duane Michals

Duane Michals Duane Michals is an artist represented by DC Moore gallery. He has published numerous books throughout his lifetime, and many of them can be seen and bought here on amazon. If you want to subscribe to his mailing list, click here.

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Mari Shaw

Mari Shaw is an intellectual property lawyer, an art collector, educator, and author. She also organizes programs and collaborations among cultural institutions. Since 2020, she has been teaching by zoom about the arts, writing,  and social justice in Philadelphia...

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Nathan Hoks

Nathan Hoks’s most recent book, Nests in Air, was published in 2021 by Black Ocean Press. Previous books include Reveilles (winner of Salt Publishing’s Crashaw Prize), The Narrow Circle (winner of the National Poetry Series), and the chapbook Moony Days of Being...

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Michael Ballou

My practice varies from project-to-project, and is sometimes collaboration-based and at other times the result of my personal art making practices in diverse media, including site-specific installations, sculptures, performances, works on paper, films and audio...

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Austin Thomas

Austin Thomas is an artist, curator, and community builder and is currently the exhibitions manager at FIT. A graduate of NYU, she has received numerous residencies and fellowships, including Wave Hill, Guttenberg Arts, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, and Smack...

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Marci Vogel

Marci Vogel is a California-born poet, writer, and translator. She is the author of Death and Other Holidays (Melville House Press, 2018), winner of the inaugural Miami Book Fair/de Groot Prize for the Novella and translated into French  as La Mort et autres jours de...

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Adam Zaretsky

Dr. Adam Zaretsky of NADLinc is a nomadic Wet-Lab Art Practitioner mixing Ecology, Biotechnology, Non-human Relations, Body Performance and Gastronomy. Zaretsky stages lively, hands-on bioart production labs based on topics such as: foreign species invasion...

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Gina Apostle

Photo credit: Margarita Corporan Gina Apostol’s fourth novel, Insurrecto, was named by Publishers’ Weekly one of the Ten Best Books of 2018 and selected as an Editor’s Choice of the NYT. Her third book, Gun Dealers’ Daughter, won the 2013...

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Gina Apostol

Photo credit: Margarita Corporan Gina Apostol’s fourth novel, Insurrecto, was named by Publishers’ Weekly one of the Ten Best Books of 2018 and selected as an Editor’s Choice of the NYT. Her third book, Gun Dealers’ Daughter, won the 2013...

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Bertha Rogers

More than 500 of Bertha Rogers’s poems have been published in journals and anthologies; and in several chapbooks and full-length collections, among them Wild, Again (Salmon, 2019); Heart Turned Back (Salmon, 2011); and Sleeper, You Wake (Mellen, 1991). She is...

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