released June 2015 | poems by Jenni B. Baker, Thomas Patrick Cook, Keith Jones, Michael Keenan, Hanz Olson, and Gale Marie Thompson
JENNI B. BAKER is the editor-in-chief of The Found Poetry Review. Her poetry appears or is forthcoming in more than three dozen literary journals, including DIAGRAM, Washington Square, BOAAT, Nashville Review and Swarm. Her chapbook, Comings/Goings, will be released by Dancing Girl Press in 2015. In her current project, Erasing Infinite (http://www.erasinginfinite.com), she creates erasure poetry from David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest, one page at a time.
THOMAS COOK lives in Massachusetts. He is co-editor and publisher of Tammy.
KEITH JONES is the author of the chapbook Surface to Air, Residuals of Basquiat (Pressed Wafer 2012). Recent poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Sundial, No Infinite, and The Winter Anthology. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his wife and daughter.
MICHAEL KEENAN’s first book of poems, Translations On Waking In An Italian Cemetery, was released by A-Minor Press in May of 2014. His writing has appeared in Poetry International, the PEN Poetry Series, Fence and Alice Blue Review, among others. Michael currently talks to people at Columbia University.
HANZ OLSON is a poet living in Casper, Wyoming. He has a BA in English from the University of Wyoming where he was the recipient of some undergratuate creative writing award for poetry. Most recently his work has appeared in a couple of Greying Ghost Pamphlets and on alt poetics.
GALE MARIE THOMPSON is the author of Soldier On (Tupelo Press, 2015) and Expeditions to the Polar Seas (Coconut Books, 2016), and two chapbooks. Her work appears in Guernica, Volt, Colorado Review, jubilat, Phantom Limb, The Volta, and elsewhere. She is creator and editor of Jellyfish Magazine and lives, teaches, and writes in Athens, GA.