New Delta Review presents Sean D. Henry-Smith, Kit Frick, John Rufo, Joe Rupprecht & Sam Martone

John Rufo is the author of several deleted books, with work published, or forthcoming, in Poets [dot] org, Ploughshares, The Offing, Entropy, Drunken Boat, Dreginald, tagvverk, and NOO, with features on the Poetry Foundation. Recent work has also been presented at Secret Dungeon Gallery in Brooklyn and the (e)racing theory, (en)gendering praxis conference at the University of California, Irvine. A text/image chapbook with Sean D. Henry-Smith is forthcoming. Currently, John is endeavoring to write a book in collaboration with every friend. 

Kit Frick is the author of two chapbooks: Echo, Echo, Light (Slope Editions, 2013) and Kill Your Darlings, Clementine (Rye House Press, 2013). See All the Stars, her debut novel for young adults, is forthcoming from Simon & Schuster / McElderry Books in 2018. Her poems have recently appeared in places like Crazyhorse, Failbetter, OmniVerse, and Poor Claudia, and have been featured on Verse Daily. Kit received her MFA from Syracuse University and is a Senior Editor at Black Lawrence Press. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and lives online at www.kitfrick.com.

Sam Martone lives and writes in New York City. Recent work appears in New Delta Review, Territory, Little Fiction, and Vol. 1 Brooklyn. His RPG player's guide chapbook, An Object You Cannot Lose, is available to read online at Cartridge Lit.

Joe Rupprecht attends Hamilton College where he co-edits the campus literary journal, Red Weather. His chapbook, nocturne, is a finalist for the NDR chapbook contest. He is a 2017 Pushcart Prize nominee. He tweets @heterofobe

Sean D. Henry-Smith is a poet and photographer intrigued by their intersections. His first chapbook, Body Text, was selected by Lucas de Lima for the New Delta Review 2015-2016 Chapbook Competition. His work has appeared in Tammy Journal, New Delta Review, Newspaper and Tagvverk. He is a recent recipient of he Poets House Emerging Poets Fellowship. You can find him online at @surrealsermons and seanhenrysmith.com