Julia Cohen is the author of Triggermoon Triggermoon (Black Lawrence Press, 2011) and her poems appear in places like jubilat, 6x6, Colorado Review, and Octopus. She is the Associate Editor of the Denver Quarterly and the co-editor of Saltgrass.
Patrick Culliton lives and works in Chicago. He is Associate Editor for Conduit and co-host for the Talus, Or Scree podcast. His chapbook, Hornet Homily, is available from Octopus Books.
Kate Greenstreet's books are case sensitive and The Last 4 Things, both from Ahsahta Press. The Last 4 Things comes with a DVD (two films, about half an hour of viewing). Some of Kate's newer videos can be seen here. Ahsahta will publish her third book, Young Tambling, in 2013. Her website is www.KickingWind.com.
Max Greenstreet is not a poet. He has recently sworn off reading books of any kind. He would much rather hear poems spoken by their authors or, whenever possible, see poetry transformed into unusual short videos. He is married to Kate Greenstreet.
Laura Mullen is a Professor at Louisiana State University. She is the author of six books: The Surface, After I Was Dead, Subject and Dark Archive (University of California Press, 2011), The Tales of Horror, and Murmur. Her work has been widely anthologized and is included in American Hybrid (Norton), and forthcoming in I'll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women. Her seventh book is forthcoming from Otis Editions in June 2012. (Photo by Ryan Gibbs)
Mathias Svalina is the author of one poetry collection, Destruction Myth (CSU Poetry Center) and the novella, I Am A Very Productive Entrepreneur (Mud Luscious Press), along with numerous chapbooks. With Zachary Schomburg, he co-edits the online journal Octopus Magazine & the small press Octopus Books. He lives in Denver.