Adam Tavel received the 2010 Robert Frost Award and is the author of The Fawn Abyss (Salmon, forthcoming) and the chapbook Red Flag Up (Kattywompus). His recent poems appear or will soon appear in The Massachusetts Review, The Journal, Quarterly West, Passages North, Southern Indiana Review, Crab Orchard Review, and Salamander, among others. He is an associate professor of English at Wor-Wic Community College on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Daniel Shoemaker is a graduate of Penn State Behrend’s Creative Writing B.F.A. program with a focus on fiction writing. While attending, he served as a student editor for the program’s literary journal, Lake Effect. He currently works as a television captioner in the Pittsburgh area. Devon Walker-Domine is an assistant editor with Narrative Magazine. Her short stories and poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Kitsch Magazine, Dance Spirit Magazine, The Silo, and Tin House Online. Kathleen Weaver’s poems have appeared in Chariton Review, Arts & Letters, Cimarron Review, Cutthroat, Permafrost, and other journals. A book of poems is forthcoming from Post-Apollo Press. She is also a translator from Spanish. A biography with poetry translations, Peruvian Rebel, The World of Magda Portal, appeared 2009, Penn State University Press. She lives in Berkeley with her husband, Bob Baldock. Maya White-Lurie lives in Richmond, Virginia, where she recently received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her writing has been featured in Amendment and The Commonwealth Times.