writes about the history of telepathy, nineteenth-century men of science, their secretaries, the power of suggestion, and the United States Postal Service. In the past, she has written on the history of contraceptive douching and self-help literature. Her self-help book in progress is tentatively titled, “Your Life as a House: Only Real Estate Is True and Lasting.” She lives in Baltimore.
Adam Robinson lives in Baltimore, where he runs Publishing Genius Press. His first book, Adam Robison and Other Poems was nominated for the Goodreads Poetry Award. He self-published his second book, Say, Poem. He is also the editor of Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web 2011.
You were born in Oswego, New York—on the shore of Lake Ontario. Now you live in Baltimore w/ yr wife and son. You make yr living as a hack journalist and a personal assistant. You also put together a monthly reading series; it’s called WORMS. You have one chapbook out; it’s called Ant Killer & Other Poems. You’ve also started putting out short essay-pamphlets to practice expository writing. You’re still sort of in the middle of a collaborative chapbook called Birds Blur Together—w/ Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez. When it’s finisht it’ll come out on your vanity press.
Heather Romney lives and teaches in Baltimore. She creates objects and performances with Smelling Salt Amusements.
Lauren Bender is a mostly teacher, sometimes writer/performer living in Baltimore, Maryland. This is Megan McShea’s cat, Sugar. Megan McShea is a great writer who lives in Baltimore. Sugar sounds like a bird.