Apartment Poetry Quarterly

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CONNOR FISHER is the author of The Isotope of I (Schism Press, 2021) and four poetry and hybrid chapbooks including Speculative Geography (Greying Ghost Press, 2022). He has an MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Ph.D. in Creative Writing and English from the University of Georgia. His poetry has appeared in journals including Denver Quarterly, Random Sample Review, Tammy, Tiger Moth Review, and Clade Song. He currently lives and teaches in northern Mississippi.

ABBY RYDER-HUTH has poems and translations in Poetry Magazine, Bennington Review, Changes Review, and elsewhere. The Glass Clouding, a hybrid translation project of Masaoka Shiki's work, is forthcoming from Ugly Duckling Presse. Abby has MFAs from the Iowa Writers' Workshop and the Literary Translation program at the University of Iowa, and lives in Japan.

ELLA LONGPRE is a musician and author of the book How to Keep You Alive (CCM 2017), as well as five chapbooks of poetry, prose, and image. They just earned their PhD at the University of Denver and live in Massachusetts, and can be found in the woods.

CHRIS MCCREARY is the author of four books of poems as well as the chapbook "AmoUng" (Shirt Pocket Press 2019) and, along with Mark Lamoureux, "Maris McLamoureary's Dictionnaire Infernal" (Empty Set Press 2017). He lives in South Philadelphia with Frida the cat. You can find him on Instagram at @chris___mccreary.

STEVEN KARL is the author of two collections of poetry, most recently Sister (Noemi Press). Originally from Philadelphia, he currently lives with his wife and daughter in Tokyo, Japan. 

DANIKA STEGEMAN LEMAY’s work has appeared in 32 Poems, Afternoon Visitor, Blue Arrangements, CLOAK, Concision, Leavings, The Woodward Review and Word for/ Word, among other places, and is forthcoming in Ethel Zine. Her video poem “Then Betelgeuse Reappears” was an official selection for the 2021 Midwest Video Poetry Festival. Danika’s debut collection of poems, Pilot (2020), was published by Spork Press. Her website is danikastegemanlemay.com.