Kamilah Aisha Moon has received fellowships to Vermont Studio Center, Rose O’Neill Literary House, Prague Summer Writing Institute, Hedgebrook and Cave Canem. Her work has been featured widely, including Harvard Review, Oxford American, and Prairie Schooner. Her poetry collection, She Has a Name (Four Way Books, 2013), was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award and the Audre Lorde Award from the Publishing Triangle. A Pushcart Prize winner and a 2015 New American Poet presented by the Poetry Society of America, Moon has taught English and Creative Writing for many organizations and institutions, most recently as a Visiting Professor at Rutgers-Newark. Her next poetry collection is forthcoming in 2017 from Four Way Books.
Jeremy Michael Clark is from Louisville, Kentucky. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Callaloo, Horsethief, Nashville Review, Prelude, The Rumpus, Washington Square Review, Vinyl, & elsewhere. He is both a Cave Canem & Callaloo Fellow, and has received scholarships from The Conversation Literary Festival, The Fine Arts Work Center, and Squaw Valley. Jeremy currently lives in New York, and is an MFA candidate & teaching assistant at Rutgers University-Newark.