Ngo Tu Lap

Ngo Tu Lap has published three collections of poems in Vietnam, as well as five works of fiction, five collections of essays, and many translations from Russian, French, and English. Black Stars, co-translated by Martha Collins, is the first full collection of his work in English and received the PEN Poetry in Translation Award. 

Joanna Higgins

Joanna Higgins is the author of Waiting for the Queen: A Novel of Early America, a novel for young readers, as well as A Soldier's BookDead Center, and The Importance of High Places, a collection of short stories.

Jeremy Jackson

Jeremy Jackson is the author of the memoir I Will Not Leave You Comfortless and two novels, In Summer and Life at These Speeds, which was selected for Barnes & Nobles Discover Great New Writers.

Ed Pavlić

Ed Pavlić is the author of Visiting Hours at the Coloring Line, winner of the 2013 National Poetry Series, and several other collections of poems and critical works. He has published essays, poems, fiction, and dramatic pieces in numerous magazines and journals and teaches English at the University of Georgia.

Éireann Lorsung

Éireann Lorsung is the author of Her Book and Music for Landing Planes By, named a New and Noteworthy collection by Poets & Writers. A third collection of poems, The Book of Splendor, is forthcoming. She edits the journal 1110, co-runs MIEL Books, and runs Dickenson House, a writers' residency. She lives in Belgium.

Molly Beth Griffin is the author of Silhouette of a Sparrow, which received the Milkweed Prize for Children's Literature and was a Lambda Literary Awards Finalist, and several picture books, including Loon Baby and Rhoda's Rock Hunt.

Tamas Dobozy

Tamas Dobozy is the author of Seige 13. He has published over fifty works of short fiction in such journals as GrantaAGNIFiction, and One Story. The story "The Restoration of the Villa Where Tíbor Kálmán Once Lived," included in Seige 13, received a PEN/O. Henry Prize.

Leila Wilson

Leila Wilson is the author of The Hundred Grasses. Her poems have appeared in PoetryA Public SpaceAmerican Letters & CommentaryDenver QuarterlyCanary, and elsewhere. She teaches creative writing and literature at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jon Pineda

Jon Pineda is the author of Apology, which won the Milkweed National Fiction Prize in 2013. His other work includes the memoir Sleep in Me and three collections of poems. In 2016, he received the Library of Virginia Literary Award.

Miriam Karmel

A widely published journalist and freelance writer, Miriam Karmel is the author of Being Esther. Her work has been published in AARP The MagazineMinnesota Women's PressBellevue Literary Review, and Minnesota Monthly. She lives in Sandisfield, Massachusetts and Minneapolis.


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