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David Laskowski lives in Fort Collins, CO.

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David Lehman is a poet and writer, whose recent books include One Hundred Autobiographies: A Memoir (Cornell University Press, 2019) and Playlist: A Poem (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019). He is the editor of The Oxford Book of American Poetry and series editor of The Best American Poetry. He and Star Black started the KGB Bar Monday night...

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David McConnell is the author of American Honor Killings and the novels The Silver Hearted and The Firebrat. His short fiction and journalism have appeared widely in magazines and anthologies. He lives in New York City.

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imageDavid Stromberg is a writer, translator, and journalist. His publications include four collections of single-panel cartoons—including his most recent BADDIES (Melville House 2009)—and he has written on arts and culture for The Believer, Nextbook, St. Petersburg Times, Jerusalem Post, and Ha'aretz. His fiction has appeared in the UK's Ambit. Born to...

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Guatemalan-born David Unger is the author of Life in the Damn Tropics (Syracuse University Press, 2002, Wisconsin University Press, 2004, [Vivir en el maldito trípico. Random House Mondadori, Mexico, 2004; Recorded Books 2005; Locus Publishing, Taiwan, 2006 and Yingpan Brother Publishing, China, 2007]). His short stories have appeared in Playboy...

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David Winner is the fiction editor of The American, an international monthly magazine based in Rome. His writing (fiction and nonfiction) has appeared in The Village Voice, Phantasmagoria, Berkeley Fiction Review, Cortland Review, Fiction, Confrontation and British literary magazines such as Staple and Dream Catcher. He won first prize in The Ledge...

Denis Woychuk is the founder of the KGB Bar and its world-class literary series, which he began in 1994 with his friend, the novelist, Melvin Bukiet (read history). He is also the founder of the Kraine Theater (1984) and The Red Room performance space (1992). Denis is the author of Attorney for the Damned: A Lawyers Life with the Criminally...

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Dezy Kosmo (He/Him) is a writer, street poet, and a jack-of-all hallelujahing-bums. His work has been pub- lished in Terse. Journal, 12th Street Online, Infection House, and a smattering of local zines. He is currently based in Brooklyn, bringing a bit of Bublancha flair to the NYC literary scene.

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Doug Diesenhaus is a freelance writer living in Brooklyn. His book reviews and writing have been published in Poets & Writers Magazine, Publishers Weekly, the Virginian-Pilot newspaper, and the Mid-American Review.

Born in Virginia in 1973, Douglas A. Martin was raised in Georgia. His first novel, Outline of My Lover, was selected by Colm Toibin as an International Book of the Year in the Times Literary Supplement and has been adapted and staged by the Forsythe Company for their multimedia production “Kammer/Kammer.” His second novel, Branwell, has recently...

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Elaine Equi's books include Sentences and Rain, Click and Clone, and Ripple Effect: New and Selected Poems (all from Coffee House Press). A new collection, The Intangibles, was published in November of 2019. She teaches at New York University and the MFA program in creative writing at the New School.

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Elizabeth Acevedo is a New York Times best selling author. She is the winner of a National Book Award, the Carnegie Medal, and the Michael L. Printz Award. Her books include The Poet X (HarperCollins, 2018), With The Fire On High (HarperCollins, 2019), and Clap When You Land (HarperCollins, 2020). Acevedo is a National Poetry Slam Champion and...

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imageEric Felipe-Barkin is a working filmmaker, writer, illustrator and published translator. He holds an M.F.A. from Columbia University's fiction program and regularly staffs the sundry camera departments of New York City's commercial film industry. He is currently at work on no less than twenty western short films, a Sunday comic series based on the...

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Eric Nusbaum lives in Mexico City. His fiction has been published in Hobart, elimae, and Needle. His nonfiction in ESPN the Magazine, Deaspin, Slate, and The Best American Sports Writing. Reach him on Twitter @ericnus.

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