September 21st -- Greenstreet, Chelotti, Anderson & Boyer
Dan Chelotti is the author of x (McSweeney's, 2013) and a chapbook, The Eights (Poetry Society of America, 2006). His poems can or will be able to be found in Fence, Boston Review, POETRY, Barrelhouse, jubilat and many other journals. He is an assistant professor of English at Elms College and he lives in Massachusetts.
Stephanie Anderson is the author of In the Key of Those Who Can No Longer Organize Their Environments (Horse Less Press) and five chapbooks, including the forthcoming Sentence, Signal, Stain (Greying Ghost) and LIGHTBOX (New Megaphone). Her poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Coconut, Denver Quarterly, Lana Turner, POOL, and elsewhere. She lives in Chicago and edits the micropress Projective Industries.
Kate Greenstreet is currently on the road with her third book, Young Tambling. Her previous books are The Last 4 Things and case sensitive, all with Ahsahta Press. Her videos can be viewed in Atticus Review, The Volta, Typo, and other places online. New writing is forthcoming in Denver Quarterly and Everyday Genius. For more information, visit kickingwind.com.
Sarah Boyer, once a ranchhand and adolescent tractordriver, is a PhD candidate at the University of Denver, the city in which she lives. Her family hails from various outposts in the Colorado region, though she herself was reared in South Dakota. She is the author of "Howard," forthcoming from Sunny Outside Press, and a couple of old things on Glitterpony can still probably be found. Her work has been hailed as 'transcendently weird,' 'utterly amusing,' and also, weirdly, 'utterly, transcendently unamusing.'