Eric Longfellow holds a Ph.D. in English/creative writing and has taught composition and creative writing courses at Illinois State University and San Francisco State University. He has editorial experience working for Dalkey Archive Press and Fiction Collective Two. His research and pedagogical interests include psychoanalytic theory, feminist studies, queer theory, and Marxist theory.
Previous writing can be found in The Rumpus, CutBank Literary Magazine, and American Book Review among other places.
Megan Levad is the author of Why We Live in the Dark Ages, the first selection in Tavern Books’ Wrolstad Contemporary Poetry Series, and What Have I to Say to You, forthcoming from Tavern in October 2017. Her writing has appeared in Tin House, Granta Online, Boston Review, and Fence, among other publications, and her first opera, Kept: A Ghost Story, an ecofeminist Gothic Romance written with composer Kristin Kuster, premiered in May 2017 at the Virginia Arts Festival.
David Foulds received his BS from UC Berkeley, an MA in Media Studies from The New School in New York, an MA in English Studies from the University of Nottingham, and a Certificate in Creative Writing from the University of York. He has been a lecturer, teaching assistant, and online teaching consultant for the past 7 years at CSU East Bay. He is currently finishing his first novel.