Ian Ganassi’s poetry collection, Mean Numbers will be published by China Grove in the Fall. His poetry, prose and translations have appeared in over 50 literary journals, including New American Writing, Interim, Map Literary, New England Review, and the Yale Review. Selections from an ongoing collage project, The Corpse Series, in collaboration with painter Laura Bell, have been displayed online and in New York and New Haven galleries.
Emmy Hunter’s poems have been published in many journals, including Witness, Court Green, Fence, and American Poetry Review, and in the anthology, American Creative Writers on Class. A chapbook of her poetry and prose titled No View of the Boat was published by Linear Arts Press. She has had residencies at Yaddo, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Vermont Studio Center. Her book-length poetry manuscript was a finalist for the Walt Whitman Award, and recent chapbooks have been finalists twice for the Center for Book Arts prize. She teaches literature and creative writing at Hunter College.
Wade Newman’s poetry collections include Final Terms, East and West, Poisoned Apples and Testaments. He is the recipient of the Academy of American Poets Prize, the Narrative Poetry Prize from the Croton Review, and the Ruth Lake Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America. His work has been published in many literary journals, such as The Kenyon Review, Carolina Quarterly, The New Criterion, Southern Poetry Review, and American Arts Quarterly