Nik De Dominic is a poet and an essayist. Recent work has appeared in Los Angeles Review, Fairy Tale Review, Harpur Palate, DIAGRAM and elsewhere. He is an associate poetry editor for the New Orleans Review and editor for The Offending Adam. He lives in New Orleans and teaches writing around town.
Amanda Nadelberg is the author of Bright Brave Phenomena (forthcoming from Coffee House Press) and Isa the Truck Named Isadore (Slope Editions, 2006) as well as a chapbook, Building Castles in Spain, Getting Married (The Song Cave, 2009). Her poems have appeared in Conduit, 6x6, Boston Review, No: a journal of the arts and Vanitas. In 2008, she received a grant from the Fund for Poetry. Originally from Newton, Massachusetts, she is a graduate of Carleton College and the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop.
Geoffrey G. O’Brien is the author of Metropole (2011), Green and Gray (2007) and The Guns and Flags Project (2002), all from The University of California Press, and coauthor (in collaboration with the poet Jeff Clark) of 2A (Quemadura, 2006). He is an Assistant Professor in the English Department at UC Berkeley and also teaches for the Prison University Project at San Quentin State Prison.