Apartment Poetry Quarterly

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VALERIE HSIUNG is a poet, writer, performer, and the author of four full-length poetry and hybrid writing collections--YOU & ME FOREVER (Action Books, 2020), outside voices, please (CSU, 2021), hummingbird et partygirl (Essay Press, 2021), and e f g (Action, 2016). Her work can be found in or is forthcoming from places such as The Nation, The Believer, Bennington Review, New Delta Review, Chicago Review, PEN America, Black Sun Lit, The Rumpus, jubilat, Denver Quarterly, Poetry Northwest, American Letters & Commentary, Paperbag, Ghost Proposal, and beyond. She has performed at Treefort Music Festival, DC Arts Center, Common Area Maintenance, Casa Libre en la Solana, The Poetry Project, Poetic Research Bureau, Shapeshifter Lab, and The Silent Barn. Born in the Year of the Earth Snake and raised by Chinese-Taiwanese immigrants in Cincinnati, Ohio, she now lives in Brooklyn, New York. http://valeriehsiung.com

KELLY CLARE is a visual artist and writer currently pursuing an MFA in Sculpture at the University of Iowa. Her visual and literary work can be found at HobartPulpmouthcan we have our ball back?, Natural Bridge, and Dead Alive.

KIRSTEN IHNS is the author of sundaey (Propeller Books, 2020). A graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, she is currently a PhD student and Neubauer Presidential Fellow at the University of Chicago, where she studies contemporary visual poetics, co-curates the Plexiglas series at The Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry, and co-organizes U of C's Poetry & Poetics Workshop. Individual poems appear in jubilat, Hyperallergic, Black Warrior Review, Bennington Review, and elsewhere. She is from Atlanta, GA, and Pensacola, FL.

DANIEL D'ANGELO's poetry has appeared in or is forthcoming from The Collagist, H_NGM_N, Alice Blue, DREGINALD, Pacifica Literary Review, and elsewhere. He grew up in eastern Iowa and currently lives and works in Washington, DC. You can reach him at da.dangelo19@gmail.com.

PAUL CUNNINGHAM is from Pittsburgh, PA. He is the author of The House of the Tree of Sores (forthcoming from Schism Press). From the Swedish, he is the translator of Helena Österlund's Words (OOMPH! Press, 2019). He has also translated two chapbooks by Sara Tuss Efrik: Automanias (Goodmorning Menagerie, 2016) and The Night's Belly (Toad Press, 2016). New writing has most recently appeared in Snail TrailHarvard Review, Poem-a-DaybæstKenyon ReviewQuarterly West, and others. He is an associate editor of Action Books, founding editor of Deluge, co-editor of Radioactive Cloud, and co-curator of the Yumfactory Reading Series in Athens, GA. @p_cunning

SHIRA DENTZ is the author of five books and two chapbooks, including a cross-genre memoir, door of thin skins (CavanKerry Press), a National Poetry Series finalisthow do I net thee (Salmon Poetry), FLOUNDERS (Essay Press),and Sisyphusina (PANK Books, forthcoming 2020). Her poetry, visual writing, and prose appear in many venues including Poetry, The American Poetry ReviewThe Iowa Review,Brooklyn Rail, New American WritingLana Turner, Denver Quarterly, The Academy of American Poets’ Poem-a-Day Series (Poets.org), and NPR. She is a recipient of awards incuding an Academy of American Poets’ Prize and Poetry Society of America’s Lyric Poem and Cecil Hemley Memorial Awards. A graduate of the Iowa Writers‘ Workshop, she holds a PhD from the University of Utah, and is currently Tarpaulin Sky's Special Features Editor and lives and teaches in upstate New York. More about her writing can be found at shiradentz.com.