Apartment Poetry Quarterly

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ADITI MACHADO is the author of Some Beheadings (2017) and Emporium (forthcoming in 2020). She works as the Visiting Poet-in-Residence at Washington University in St. Louis.

DAVID ALEJANDRO HERNANDEZ lives in St. Louis, where he works (somewhat happily) in retail. His poems have appeared in Fence, The Berkeley Poetry Review, Oversound, TYPO, and The Bare Life Review.

ALEXIS POPE is a queer poet and writer living in Ohio. Author of That Which Comes After (Big Lucks Books, 2018) and Soft Threat (2014), Pope has published four chapbooks, most recently Debt (Madhouse Press, 2017). Pope works in corporate america, and lives with her daughter and two cats.

KATHERINE DUCKWORTH lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and received her MFA at Brooklyn College. She is the author of the chapbooks Mexia and The Soda Can Forever through Roseffern Press. She teaches at Brooklyn College.

RAYMOND DE BORJA is a writer from the Philippines. His first book of poems and collage, they day daze, was published by High Chair. He is at work on a second book of poems tentatively titled facture. Some of his recent works have appeared or are forthcoming in High Chair, The Capilano Review, the Blanc Gallery website, Entropy Mag, The Operating System, and Jacket2.

MARGARET YAPP lives and works in Minnesota. Her work can be found in the minnesota review, Whiskey Island, The Tishman Review, Yes Poetry, and elsewhere.