Chris Nealon teaches in the English Department at Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of two books of criticism, Foundlings: Lesbian and Gay Historical Emotion before Stonewall (Duke, 2001) and The Matter of Capital: Poetry and Crisis in The American Century (Harvard, 2011), and three books of poetry: The Joyous Age (Black Square Editions, 2004), Plummet (Edge Books, 2009) and Heteronomy (Edge, 2014). A chapbook, The Victorious Ones, will be out from Commune Editions this fall. He is currently at work on a book about the limits of academic antihumanism.
Jackie Wang is a queer poet, essayist, filmmaker, performer, and prison abolitionist based out of Cambridge, MA. Her work has been published in LIES, Action Yes, Pank, Delirious Hem, DIAGRAM, The Brooklyn Rail, October, the Semiotext(e) Whitney Biennial Pamphlet Series, and other worthy outlets. She is currently working on a book or two. If you summon her, she will come: firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on twitter @LoneberryWang.
Jack Frost is the author of The Antidote (Compline Editions) and a number of chapbooks including You Have the Eyes of a Martyr (O'Clock Press) and most recently, Young Americans (Solar Luxuriance, US edition, and Defector, UK edition). She makes Asphodel Magazine with Luke Roberts and lives in Ithaca, New York.
Rachael Allen's first pamphlet of poems was published by Faber. Her work is forthcoming in Poetry, Best British Poetry 2015 and Poetry London. She is the poetry editor for Granta magazine, co-editor of anthology series clinic and online journal Tender. She studied English Literature at Goldsmiths College.
Sam Buchan-Watts is a founding editor of the anthology series clinic. His poetry appears in Poetry London, Ambit, Lighthouse journal and The Best British Poetry 2013 and 2015.