Brian Blanchfield is the author of Not Even Then (University of California Press 2004), and has new poems in recent or eventual issues of The Poetry Project Newsletter, The Nation, The Brooklyn Rail, The Paris Review, Lana Turner, Maggy, Boston Review, A Public Space, Denver Quarterly, and Volt. His interviews and dialogues with Eileen Myles, Merrill Gilfillan, and Maggie Nelson appear in Or: A Literary Tabloid, Chicago Review, and Evening Will Come, respectively, and currently he is at work on collaborations with composer Mark So and poet Richard Siken and on a collection of essays entitled Onesheets. He is a poetry editor of Fence Magazine and lives at the western edge of Tucson, Arizona.
Anthony Madrid lives in Chicago. His poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in AGNI Online, Boston Review, Fence, Gulf Coast, Iowa Review, Lana Turner, LIT, Poetry, Washington Square, and WEB CONJUNCTIONS. His first book, called I AM YOUR SLAVE NOW DO WHAT I SAY, was published this past April by Canarium Books.