Mark Tursi is the author of three books of poetry, most recently, Brutal Synecdoche (Astrophil Books, 2012). He is one of the founding editors of Apostrophe Books, an innovative press devoted to publishing poetry that intersects philosophy and cultural theory, as well as Double Room, an online literary and visual arts journal. He teaches writing, literature, and visual art at New Jersey City University and the Museum of Modern Art/New York.
Gina Abelkop (email@example.com) is the author of Darling Beastlettes (Apostrophe Books, 2012) and I Eat Cannibals (coimpress, 2014). She lives in Athens, GA, where she runs the DIY feminist press Birds of Lace.
Johannes Göransson is the author of six books, most recently The Sugar Book, a lyric novel from Tarpaulin Sky Press. He is the US translator of Aase Berg. He teaches at Notre Dame and co-edits Action Books.
Richard Greenfield (firstname.lastname@example.org), Co-Founder and Co-editor of Apostrophe Books, is the author of Tracer (Omnidawn 2009) and A Carnage in the Lovetrees (University of | California Press, 2003).
Catherine Meng (email@example.com) is the author of the full-length poetry collections The Longest Total Solar Eclipse of the Century (SplitLevel Texts, 2013) and Tonight’s the Night (Apostrophe Books, 2007). She lives in Berkeley, CA with her family.
Joe Milazzo (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a writer, editor, educator, and designer. He is the author of the novel Crepuscule W/ Nellie (Jaded Ibis Press) and The Habiliments (Apostrophe Books, forthcoming), a volume of poetry. He also co-edits the online interdisciplinary arts journal [out of nothing] and is the proprietor of Imipolex Press. Joe lives and works in Dallas, Texas, and his virtual location is http://www.slowstudies.net/jmilazzo/.
Tony Trigilio's recent poetry collections are Book 1 of "The Complete 'Dark Shadows' (of My Childhood)" (BlazeVOX Books, 2014) and "White Noise" (Apostrophe Books, 2013). He is editor of "Elise Cowen: Poems and Fragments" (Ahsahta Press, 2014). He directs the program in Creative Writing/Poetry at Columbia College Chicago and is a co-founder and co-editor of Court Green.