August 30, 2016
6.3 X 1.3 X 8.0 inches | 1.65 pounds
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About the Author
Fox Frazier-Foley is the author of two prize-winning collections of poetry, Exodus in X Minor (Sundress Publications, 2014) and THE HYDROMANTIC HISTORIES (chosen by Bright Hill Press Poetry Book Awards Judge Chard DeNiord). She is currently editing the Political Punch poetry anthology (Sundress Publications, 2016) and AMONG MARGINS, an anthology of critical writing on aesthetics (Ricochet Editions, 2016). Fox founded and is the Editor-in-Chief of the small, indie-lit micropress Agape, as well as a creator and Managing Editor of the small, university-based press Ricochet Editions, and the Editor-Curator of TheThe Poetry Blog's Infoxicated Corner. She writes poetry horoscopes for Luna Luna magazine, and her critical reviews and essays have appeared in such places as Denver Quarterly, Tarpaulin Sky, and Open Letters Monthly. Fox graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Binghamton University, received her MFA at Columbia University, and is currently a Provost's Fellow and PhD candidate at the University of Southern California, where she is completing a dissertation on the confluence of femininity, violence, and spirituality in poetry and in film.
Diana Arterian is the author of the chapbooks Death Centos (Ugly Duckling Presse), With Lightness & Darkness and Other Brief Pieces (Essay Press), and co-editor of Among Margins: Critical & Lyrical Writing on Aesthetics (Ricochet). A Poetry Editor at Noemi Press, her creative work has been recognized with fellowships from the Banff Centre, Caldera, Vermont Studio Center, and Yaddo. Her poetry, essays, and translations have appeared in Asymptote, BOMB, Black Warrior Review, Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, and Los Angeles Review of Books, among others. PLAYING MONSTER: : SEICHE (1913 Press, 2017) is her first full-length poetry collection. Born and raised in Arizona, she currently resides in Los Angeles where she is a doctoral candidate in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Southern California.