Phil Cordelli is a farmer and poet, seasonally and respectively. He lives in the south of Denver, and farms on five acres just a bit further south from there. On occasion he’s joined by freshwater pelicans, miniature ponies, a golden retriever, and a three-legged coyote. He is the author of Manual of Woody Plants, published last fall by Ugly Duckling Presse.
Douglas Piccinnini is most recently the author of an encoded chromagylph called FLAG (Well Greased Pressed) and co-author of the bilingual text ∆ (TPR Press). Story Book, a work in prose, will appear later this year with The Cultural Society and his first book of poems, Blood Oboe, will be released by Omnidawn in 2015.