Chris Glomski was born in Pueblo, Colorado and has mostly lived in or around Chicago. His first book of poetry, Transparencies Lifted from Noon, was published by Spuyten Duyvil Press in 2005. This Spring, The Cultural Society will publish his second book, The Nineteenth Century. He lived in Pisa, Italy from 1991 to ’92, and translates Italian poetry as an intermittent pursuit. His translations of contemporary poet Massimo Gezzi will appear in a future issue of Chicago Review.
Paul Foster Johnson’s first collection of poetry, Refrains/Unworkings, was published by Apostrophe Books, and his second, Study in Pavilions and Safe Rooms, will be published by Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs. With E. Tracy Grinnell, he is the author of the g-o-n-g press chapbook Quadriga. His poems have appeared in The Awl, Cannot Exist, GAM, EOAGH, Fence, and Octopus. From 2003 to 2006, he curated the Experiments and Disorders reading series at Dixon Place. He is an editor at Litmus Press and lives in New York.