The Division of Labor (Rescue Press), And The Girls Worried Terribly (Noemi Press), The Eternal Wall (Bookthug), MW: A Midwest Field Guide (Editions19\). The poet Dot Devota was born in St. Louis and travels full time with her partner Brandon Shimoda. Her latest work is a dated book about a woman trapped in a woman’s body who finds the love of her life and watches a lot of news about war.
Anne Tardos’s poetry is renowned for its fluid use of multiple languages and its innovative forms. Among her recent books are The Camel’s Pedestal, I Am You, NINE, Both Poems, and The Dik-dik’s Solitude. She is the editor of three posthumous books of poetry by Jackson Mac Low: Thing of Beauty, 154 Forties, and The Complete Light Poems [with Michael O’Driscoll]. A Fellow in Poetry from the New York Foundation for the Arts, Tardos lives in New York.