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Contributor Notes

Heather Abner has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Michigan and an MLIS from Wayne State University. Her poems have been published in Rattle, The Atlanta Review, and Nerve Cowboy. She works as a librarian and lives in Brighton, MI with her husband, Chris, and their two Miniature Schnauzers, Diesel and Brizo.
Omar Azam was born and raised in Chicago. He has published satire in Clean Sheets and Bareback Magazine.
Barry Basden realizes that life is a finite adventure, not a dress rehearsal. Few things surprise him, not even endless war. He especially enjoys a good breakfast and editing Camroc Press Review.
Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick is a native Texan and recent graduate from the Sarah Lawrence College MFA program. She previously worked as a Title Agent, researching wills and other documents in dusty courthouses across Texas. Now, she’s finding inspiration by wandering NYC, shooting photography, and writing strangers’ conversations in her notebook. Shannon recently completed her first manuscript of essays and poetry. She lives and writes in New York. Some of her poems are forthcoming in Chiron Review, among others.
Holly Jensen's work has appeared or is upcoming in PANK, Tilt-a-Whirl, and The Ghazal Page.
Benjamin C. Krause left a lucrative software engineering job to concentrate on writing. His chapbook, Classifieds and Other Poems, was released by erbacce-press in February 2010. Among his influences are John Berryman, E.E. Cummings, Catullus, Allen Ginsberg, Kristina Marie Darling, jazz music, and caffeine.
Carrie Lorig is a poet living in Madison, WI, as well as a bike messenger with a soft spot for the bats living in her walls. She's an intern for the Monsters of Poetry reading series and has been published at Word Riot, decomP, and elimae.  She will write a poem for your bruise.
Dayna Palzzolo studies at the Art Institute of San Francisco. She likes drawing pictures of cats.