Chris Nealon grew up in Binghamton, NY; went to Williams College and
lived in Boston after that, then Ithaca, NY, then Seattle, before
moving to SF to teach at Berkeley. He has written two books,
Foundlings: Lesbian and Gay Emotion Before Stonewall (2001), and The
Joyous Age (2004). Chris lives in San Francisco and in Washington,
Juliana Spahr's books include This Connection of Everyone with Lungs
(U of California P, 2005), Fuck You-Aloha-I Love You (Wesleyan U
P,2001), Everybody's Autonomy: Connective Reading and Collective
Identity (U of Alabama P, 2001), and Response (Sun & Moon P, 1996).
Scott Inguito's poems have appeared in Fence, Aufgabe, 1913: a journal
of forms, DANTA, and Parlour Games. Recent work may be found in
Anthology of Latino Poets from University of Arizona Press, and Bay
Poetics from Faux Press. His chapbook, lection , is out from Subday
Press. Scott lives in San Francisco.