Robert Ostrom is the author of two books, Ritual and Bit (Saturnalia Books, 2016) and The Youngest Butcher in Illinois (YesYes Books, 2012). He lives in Queens and teaches at New York City College of Technology and Columbia University.
Diana Marie Delgado is a 2017 NEA Creative Writing Fellow in Poetry. She graduated from Columbia University with an MFA in Poetry.
Her poetry chapbook, Late-Night Talks With Men I Think I Trust, selected by Cornelius Eady, won the Center for Book Arts 2015 Chapbook Award. She has published poetry, nonfiction and plays in over twenty nationally recognized literary journals. She was the Frost Place Conference on Poetry’s 2016 Latin@ Fellow.
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is a Brooklyn, NY-based writer whose work has appeared in Black Heart Magazine, Drunk Monkeys, MadHat Lit, Meat for Tea and The Subterranean Quarterly, among others. His chapbook, archipelagos, was published by Blue Hour Press in 2015. A graduate of Antioch University Los Angeles’ MFA in Creative Writing program, he also holds a BA in English and an MA in Theater from Binghamton University. Michael is currently at work on his first novel, All the Wrong Choices for All the Right Reasons.
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