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Simon Schuchat is the author of several long-out-of-print volumes of poetry. His translations of Moscow conceptualist poet Dmitri Prigov will appear in 2019 from Ugly Duckling Presse.

from The History of Modern Sculpture

Jean-Paul Pecqueur's first book, The Case Against Happiness, was published by Alice James Books. Two chapbooks, To Embrace Sea Monstersand The Imaginations, have since been published by Greying Ghost Press and Forklift, Ink. Some more recent poems have appeared in Sink Review, Locomotive, andPing Pong. Originally from the pacific northwest, Jean-Paul currently teaches composition and creative writing to fine arts students at the Pratt Institute and lives in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.


Louis Bury is the author of Exercises in Criticism (Dalkey Archive) and Assistant Professor of English at Hostos Community College, CUNY. He writes regularly about visual art for Hyperallergic and BOMB, and his creative and critical work has been published in Bookforum, Los Angeles Review of Books, Tripwire, Boston Review, and The Believer.

from The Lake

Natalie Eilbert is the author of Indictus, winner of the 2016 Noemi Poetry Prize, and Swan Feast, from Bloof Books. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming in POETRY, The New Yorker, Black Warrior Review, and many others. She is the founding editor of The Atlas Review and TAR Chapbook Press.


Nikki Wallschlaeger's work has been featured in The Nation, Brick, POETRY, American Poetry Review, Witness, and others. She is the author of the full-length collections Houses (Horseless Press 2015) and Crawlspace (Bloof 2017) as well as the graphic book I Hate Telling You How I Really Feel (2019) also from Bloof Books.


The Brooklyn Rail

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