Saturday, March 08, 2008
Adam Clay is the author of The Wash (Parlor Press) and Canoe (Horse Less Press). His poems have appeared in A Public Space, Denver Quarterly, Gulf Coast, Sycamore Review, Court Green, and elsewhere.
Kate Greenstreet is the author of case sensitive (Ahsahta Press, 2006) and three chapbooks, Learning the Language (Etherdome Press, 2005), Rushes (above/ground press, 2007), and This is why I hurt you (Lame House Press, forthcoming). Statues, a Big Game Books tinyside, was available briefly in 2006. Last March, Flash+Card published In Paradise there is no art, a boxed set of 12 notecards (fragments of writing & art). Greenstreet's poems have appeared most recently in Handsome, Fascicle, Ocho, The Literary Review, and KELR (a "translation" collaboration with Bob Hicok). New work is forthcoming in Practice, Wildlife, Filling Station, Hotel Amerika, and Columbia Poetry Review. Her second book, The Last 4 Things, will be out from Ahsahta in 2009.
Anthony Hawley is the author of two full-length collections of poetry Forget Reading (2008) and The Concerto Form (2006) and four chapbooks Autobiography/Oughtabiography (Counterpath Press 2007), Record-breakers (Ori is the New Apple Press 2007), Afield (Ugly Duckling Presse 2004) and Vocative (Phylum Press 2004). Recent poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Hat, The Tiny, 26, 1913, and Verse. He currently teaches at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.