Since 1994, Jennifer Harris‘ poetry has appeared in numerous national literary magazines including multiple publications in the New York Quarterly, Fish Stories, and HLLQ. Her first novel, PINK, was published in January 2007 by Haworth Press. She received her MFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago and her BA from The University of Arizona.
Elizabeth Bagby is a Chicago writer, actor, and musician. She is a founding member of Sansculottes Theater Company, who produced her musical Practical Anatomy at the Storefront Theater last year. She has performed with numerous Chicago companies, including Sansculottes, Trap Door, the Right Brain Project, Striding Lion, Tangerine Arts Group, Raven, Talisman, and the Velvet Willies; currently she is rehearsing the next Right Brain Project show, Chalk, and a Web sitcom entitled Julie’s House. Bagby’s writing has appeared in Dramatics, Conversely, The Tap, The Writing Group Book (Chicago Review Press), and Interpreting Ecclesiastes (Wipf & Stock), and has been runner-up for the James Jones First Novel Fellowship and the William Faulkner Creative Writing Awards. This year Press 53 published The Crazy Garden, her first novel.
Rudolph Delson was born in 1975 in San Jose, California. He went to Stanford and later NYU Law, and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. His novel Maynard & Jennica will be published by Houghton Mifflin in September of 2007.
Adam Levin holds an M.A. in Clinical Social Work from The University of Chicago and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Syracuse University. His short stories have appeared in a number of publications, including Tin House, McSweeney’s, and St. Petersburg Review. He lives in Chicago, where he teaches at Columbia College and The Art Institute, and hosts The Myopic Fiction Series.