EVIE SHOCKLEY is the author of two poetry collections: a half-red sea (2006) and The Gorgon Goddess (2001), both with Carolina Wren Press. Her work appears as well in numerous journals and anthologies. A Cave Canem fellow and the recipient of a residency at Hedgebrook retreat center for women writers, Shockley teaches African American literature and creative writing at Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
KAYA OAKES’ collection of poetry, Telegraph, was the recipient of the Transcontinental Poetry Prize (editor’s choice) from Pavement Saw Press. Her poems have previously appeared in Volt, Conduit, Spinning Jenny, Shampoo, and numerous other publications. She teaches writing at the University of California, Berkeley, and is the poetry editor and senior editor of Kitchen Sink Magazine. She also hosts Telegraph Stories, a quarterly creative nonfiction and music series. Her website is http://www.oakestown.org.
KARL PARKER teaches literature and creative writing at Hobart & William Smith Colleges, in lacustrine Geneva, NY. His poems have appeared in numerous journals, such as Fence, Seneca Review, MiPOesias, and No Tell Motel. He has published a chapbook, HARMSTORM, with Lame House Press.
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