Ted Greenwald was born in Brooklyn, raised in Queens, and has lived in New York City his entire life. During the course of a career that has spanned some 30 years, he has been the author of numerous books of poetry, including In Your Dreams (BlazeVOX, 2008), 3 (Cuneiform, 2008), Two Wrongs with painter Hal Saulson (Cuneiform 2007), The Up and Up (Atelos, 2004), Jumping the Line (Roof Books, 1999), Word of Mouth (Sun & Moon, 1986) Common Sense (L Publications, 1978), and You Bet (This, 1978).
Kit Robinson is celebrating the publication of his new book The Messianic Trees: Selected Poems, 1976-2003 (Adventures in Poetry, 2009). His recent collaborations with Ted Greenwald have appeared in SHINY 14, onedit 12, and Antennae 11. A co-author of The Grand Piano: An Experiment in Collective Autobiography, San Francisco, 1975-1980 (Mode A, ongoing), Robinson is also the author of Train I Ride (BookThug, 2009), 9:45 (The Post Apollo Press, 2003), and The Crave (Atelos, 2002). He works as a communications consultant in the business software industry, plays the Cuban tres guitar with a Latin music group and lives in Berkeley.