Jeff Russell is a poet living in Durham, North Carolina. He studied Creative Writing at the University of Arizona and Classical Chinese literature at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is on the advisory board for Jackleg Press.
Joseph Donahue is an American poet, critic, and editor. He was born in Texas and grew up in Massachusetts. He currently teaches at Duke University and lives in Durham, NC. His poetry collections include Red Flash on a Black Field (2015, Black Square Editions), Dark Church (2015, Verge Books), Dissolves (2012, Talisman House), Terra Lucida (2012, Talisman House), and Infinite Criteria (2022, Black Square Editions).
Laura Jaramillo is a poet and critic from Queens, New York living in Durham, North Carolina. Her books include Material Girl (subpress, 2012) and Making Water (Futurepoem, 2022). She holds a PhD in critical theory from Duke University. She co-runs the North Carolina-based reading and performance series Paradiso.
Marta Nunez Pouzols is a writer and translator from the South of Spain living in North Carolina. Together with Maia Morosano, she is the co-author of Pronombres siderales (Turba, 2019.) Her poems can be found in La bella Varsovia, Lute & Drum, Telegráfica, and DREGINALD (forthcoming.) She co-curates the reading series Paradiso in Chapel Hill, NC.
Selections of this work won the innovative writing award from Miracle Monocle and have been published in Entropy.