Eric Baus is the author of The To Sound (Verse Press/Wave Books). A new chapbook, Tuned Droves, is forthcoming from Katalanche Press. He currently lives in Philadelphia where he edits Minus House chapbooks.
Will Esposito is a member of PhillySound, an editor of Angelina Jolie Poetry, and the author of Friedrich Schiller Von Von (forthcoming from Katalanche Press) and The Students of Prose and Conduct . He lives in Philadelphia and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dorothea Lasky: Dorothea Lasky is from St. Louis, but currently lives in Boston. She holds a BA in Classics and Psychology from Washington University, an MFA in Poetry from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, and is currently working on her Ed.M in Arts in Education at Harvard University. Since 2004, she has taught English and Creative Writing at the New England Institute of Art. She has also taught poetry and art at Heath Elementary School in Heath, MA, and the Munroe Center for the Arts in Lexington, MA. She edits a chapbook series, along with the poet Michael Carr, through Katalanche Press.
Laura Solomon was born in 1976 in Birmingham, Alabama, and spent her childhood in various small towns across the state before moving to Georgia at sixteen. She studied at the University of Georgia and University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Her publications include the books Bivouac (Slope Editions 2002) and Blue and Red Things (forthcoming: Ugly Duckling Presse 2007), the chapbook Letters by which Sisters Will Know Brothers (Katalanche Press 2005), and Haiku des Pierres / Haiku of Stones, by Pierre Converset, a translation from the French with Sika Fakambi (Apogee Press, 2006). Laura's poems have been translated into French, German, Italian, Slovenian and Spanish, and have appeared in journals throughout North America and Europe. Currently, she lives in Philadelphia.
Jessica Lee White's poems have recently appeared in Poetic Language (www.eratiopostmodernpoetry.com). She holds BAs in English and Spanish from Temple University, where she served for two years as president of the undergraduate feminist alliance. She currently works with Hispanic clients at a disability law firm, and her writing continues to reflect a strong attentiveness to both women's issues and the Latino community.