Jared Stanley is the author of The Weeds, Book Made of Forest, and four chapbooks, including How the Desert Did Me In. He is a member of the art collective Unmanned Minerals, and a co-editor of Mrs. Maybe. He lives in Reno, Nevada, where he is a Research Fellow at the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art. Click2Read more about Jared Stanley.
David Abel's three new books are Float, a full-length collection of collage texts (Chax Press); Tether, a chapbook of poems (Bare bone books); and Carrier, a sequence of "hypergraphic" visual works (c_L). A founding member of Portland's Spare Room reading series and the artists' collective 13 Hats, he also teaches writing, and is the proprietor of Passages Bookshop. Click2Read more about David Abel.
Cecelia Hagen is the author of Entering (Airlie Press, 2011) and of two chapbooks, Fringe Living (26 Books Press) and Among Others (Traprock Books). Her poetry, reviews, and nonfiction have been published by Rolling Stone, Prairie Schooner, Poet & Critic, Northwest Review, Caffeine Destiny, Blood Orange Review, Cream City Review, and many other publications. Her work also is part of a public art projects at the planned Kaiser Medical Center in Hillsboro, Oregon, the nursing center at Lane Community College, and the stairwell of a parking garage in downtown Eugene. Click2Read more about Ceclia Hagen.