Jared Stanley is the author of two books of poetry, The Weeds and Book Made of Forest, as well as four chapbooks, including How the Desert Did Me In. He is a member of the public art group Unmanned Minerals, whose latest installation, It Calls From the Creek, is a site-specific walking poem installed on the Deer CreekTribute Trail in Nevada City, California, on view through September 2014. Stanley is a 2012-2014 Research Fellow at the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art, and teaches at Sierra Nevada College. He lives in Reno, Nevada. Recent poems have appeared in Manor House Quarterly, Bombsite (Bomb Magazine), textsound.org, and Peaches & Bats.
Emily Motzkus is a PhD student at The University of Denver. She holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work has appeared in Manor House Quarterly and in the chapbook, The Henry Miller Remix, published by The Offending Adam. She lives in Denver with her cat.
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