José Angel Araguz is a CantoMundo fellow and the author of six chapbooks as well as the collection Everything We Think We Hear (Floricanto Press). His poems, prose, and reviews have appeared in RHINO Poetry, New South, and The Volta Blog. A current PhD candidate at the University of Cincinnati, he runs the poetry blog The Friday Influence. A second collection, Small Fires, is forthcoming from FutureCycle Press.
Miriam Bird Greenberg is the author of In the Volcano’s Mouth, winner of the 2015 Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize, and the chapbooks All night in the new country and Pact-Blood, Fevergrass. Recipient of fellowships from the NEA, the Poetry Foundation, and the Fine Arts Work Center, she’s crossed the continent aboard freight trains, as a hitchhiker, and by bicycle. She teaches creative writing and ESL in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Tyler Brewington is the author of the chapbook Dear Stray Volcano (alice blue, 2013), and, with Kelly Schirmann, Boyfriend Mountain (Poor Claudia, 2014). His poems have appeared in Sixth Finch, Salt Hill, The Nervous Breakdown, Powder Keg, PEN America, and elsewhere. He lives in Boise, Idaho & is @bylertrewington in all of the places.
Katie Hibner is a confetti canon from Cincinnati, Ohio. Her poetry has appeared in journals such as Bone Bouquet, inter|rupture, Modern Poetry Quarterly Review, Powder Keg, Vinyl, and Word for/Word. Katie reads for Sixth Finch and dedicates all of her poetry to her mother, Laurie.