Andrew Lundwall is the editor of Scantily Clad Press. Recent poems have appeared in La Petite Zine, RealPoetik, Robot Melon, & Tight. He has released two chapbooks, klang and funtime, a collaboration with Adam Fieled.
Ezra Mark the use of writing / trace / an archaeology of need
Marco Giovenale lives in Rome. He works in an antiquarian bookshop. Degree thesis on Roberto Roversi’s recent poetry. He writes reviews of poetry & literature for the newspaper «il manifesto» & is editor various publications including GAMMM, Felix, & IEPI (International Exchange for Poetic Invention).
Laura Goldstein is a writer, sound artist & performer living in Chicago. Her work can be found in Otoliths, Womb, How2, Text/Sound, P.S.F Post as well as the chapbooks, Ice in Intervals (Hex Press) & Let Her (Scantily Clad Press). She currently teaches Writing & Literature at the School of the Art Institute & Loyola University.
Drew Kunz reads / writes / draws / photographs
Michelle Naka Pierce is the author of Beloved Integer (Bootstrap/ PUB LUSH, 2007) & TRI/VIA (Erudite Fangs/PUB LUSH, 2003), a collaboration with Veronica Corpuz. Excerpts from her new manuscript She, A Blueprint For Intersurface, with collage by Sue Hammond West, can be found in American Letters & Commentary, Trickhouse, Mandorla, Foursquare, Sous Rature, Upstairs at Duroc (France), & elsewhere. Currently, she is associate professor at Naropa University.
Chris Pusateri is the author of eight books & chapbooks of poetry, most recently Anon (BlazeVox, 2008). His poetry & critical prose appear in numerous periodicals. A librarian by trade, he currently lives in London.
David-Baptiste Chirot was born Lafayette, Indiana, grew up in Vermont, and has lived in Gottingen, Germany, Arles and Paris, France, Hastveda, Sweden, Wroclaw, Poland, Boston and currently Milwaukee. His books include Anarkeyology (Runaway Spoon), Offender Handbook and Zada (Reflections, Chicago/Kiev), HUNG ER (Neotrope), found rubBEings (Xerolage 32), and Zero Poem (Traverse). His work has appeared in the anthologies Word Score Utterance Choreography (ed. Bob Cobbing, London) and Loose Watch (ed. John M. Bennett, London).