John Colburn is an editor and co-publisher for Spout Press. He has published a book of fiction, Invisible Daughter (firthFORTH Books, 2013) and a volume of poetry, Psychedelic Norway (Coffee House Press, 2013). With his wife, Sarah Fox, he tends The Center for Visionary Poetics in Minneapolis and he is also a member of the improvised music collective, Astronaut Cooper’s Parade.
Joshua Finnell is the humanities librarian at Denison University in Granville, Ohio. His work has appeared in Library Philosophy and Practice, Journal for the Study of Radicalism, and New Library World.
Joel Hans is a writer and editor living in Madison, Wisconsin. His fiction has been published or is forthcoming in Redivider, Nashville Review, Pear Noir!, Necessary Fiction, and others. He is currently working on a novel about a man who composes epitaphs with an algorithm and extracted final thoughts, plus a short story collection tentatively titled Some People, Their Oblations. In the meantime, he can be found at www.joelhans.com or on Twitter @joelhans.
Sally Harless is a full-time artist living and working in Bloomington, Indiana. Sally earned a BFA in printmaking from Indiana University in 2007 and has since been showing and selling her work in galleries, stores, and indie craft shows around the country. She uses her fascination with the world of animals to create thoughtful illustrations of contemplative creatures. When she isn't drawing animals, Sally likes hanging out with her chocolate labrador, Ramsey, drinking root beer, going swimming, and playing board games with her friends. View Sally's work at sadlyharmless.com.
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