Ted Dodson is the founding editor and curator of On the Escape, a filmed journal, a curator for the Triptych Reading Series, and is an editor and the special projects coordinator for Futurepoem. Select publication can be found in TIM, Coldfront, Well Greased, la fovea, The Image Project, Onesies, and Interrobang. He is from Middleburg, VA and currently resides in Brooklyn.
Krystal Languell is the author of the poetry collection, Call the Catastrophists (BlazeVox, 2011), which was also a semi-finalist for the 2010 University of Akron Press Poetry Prize and a finalist for the 2011 National Poetry Series. Her work has appeared in Denver Quarterly, Fairy Tale Review, and DIAGRAM among other journals, and was anthologized in the 2010 edition of Best of the Web. Founder of the feminist literary magazine Bone Bouquet, she serves as editor-in-chief for Noemi Press and a collaborative board member for Belladonna* Series.
Camilo Roldán is a poet and translator living in New York City and co-curates the monthly Triptych Reading Series at The 11th Street Bar in Manhattan. He is the author of a chapbook of translations, Amílkar U., Nadaísta in Translation (These Signals Press, 2011) and his poems have appeared in various journals, including Leveler, Lungfull! and Pank.
Carmen Giménez Smith is the author of a memoir, Bring Down the Little Birds (University of Arizona, 2010), three poetry collections—Goodbye, Flicker (University of Massachusetts, 2012), The City She Was (Center for Literary Publishing, 2011) and Odalisque in Pieces (University of Arizona, 2009)—and three poetry chapbooks. She is the recipient of a 2011 American Book Award, the 2011 Juniper Prize for Poetry, and a 2011-2012 fellowship in creative nonfiction from the Howard Foundation. Formerly a Teaching-Writing Fellow at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, she now teaches creative writing at New Mexico State University and Ashland University, while serving as the editor-in-chief of the literary journal Puerto del Sol and the publisher of Noemi Press.