Apartment Poetry Quarterly

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BEN DOLLER is the author of three books, including Radio, Radio (LSU Press, 2001), FAQ: (Ahsahta Press, 2009), and Dead Ahead (Fence Books, 2010). He is currently an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at University of California-San Diego and vice-editor & designer of 1913.

MEG RONAN's poems have appeared/will appear in West Wind Review, 1913, SpringGun,and other lovely journals. She works as a shop girl at Bridge Street Books and sometimes co-edits COYDUP, a zine for occupiers.

ROB HALPERN is the author of several books of poetry including Rumored Place, Disaster Suites, and most recently Music for Porn. Together with Taylor Brady he’s also the co-author of Snow Sensitive Skin. A founding participant in the Nonsite Collective, he lives in San Francisco and Ypsilanti, Michigan.

BRIAN HENRY is the author of ten books of poetry, most recently Brother No One (Salt Publishing, 2013). His translation of Aleš Šteger’s The Book of Things appeared from BOA Editions in 2010 and won the 2011 Best Translated Book Award for Poetry. He has received numerous awards for his work, including fellowships from the NEA, the Howard Foundation, and the Slovenian Academy of Arts and Sciences.

ERIC SUCHÈRE is a poet, writer, art critic, and art historian. Based in Paris, he is the author of many books of conceptual prose and poetry and a major player in contemporary French letters. His works have been translated into English by Lisa Robertson and Carrie Noland.

SANDRA DOLLER’s books are Oriflamme (Ahsahta, 2005), Chora (Ahsahta, 2010), and Man Years (Subito, 2011). Newer projects include a forthcoming prose chapbook from CutBank called Memory of the Prose Machine (2013), part of a longer book-length and performance piece. The founder & editrice of 1913, Doller lives in San Diego with man & dogs.

MATTHEW HENRIKSEN's first book, Ordinary Sun, emerged from Black Ocean in 2011.  Recent poems appear in Bestoned: The New Metaphysick, Fence, Mandorla, and Yalobusha Review.  He co-edits Typo, an online poetry magazine, and Cannibal, a hand-made poetry journal.  He also teaches creative writing and works at a used bookstore in the Arkansas Ozarks, where he and his wife, Katy Henriksen, curate The Burning Chair Readings.