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Joseph O. Legaspi, Diana Marie Delgado, Nicole Callihan

Nicole Callihan’s books include SuperLoop (Sockmonkey Press 2014), and the chapbooks: A Study in Spring (2015), The Deeply Flawed Human (2016), and Downtown (2017). Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Sixth Finch, Plume, Painted Bride Quarterly, The American Poetry Review, and as a Poem-a-Day selection from the Academy of American Poets. Her next project, Translucence, a dual-language, cross-culture collaboration with poet Samar Abdel Jaber, who writes in Arabic, will be published by Indolent Books in 2018. Find her on the web

Diana Marie Delgado is the author of "Late Night Talks with Men I Think I Trust" (Center for Book Arts, 2015). She is a recipient of a 2017 National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship and has received grants and scholarships from The Frost Place Conference on Poetry and Bread Loaf Writer's Conference. Delgado received her Bachelors in Poetry from the University of California, Riverside and her MFA in Poetry from Columbia University. Her poetry has been published in numerous journals, including Ploughshares, Ninth Letter, The North American Review, Prairie Schooner, TriQuarterly and Fourteen Hills. A member of the CantoMundo and Macondo writing communities, her work is rooted in her experiences growing up Mexican-American in Southern California. 

Joseph O. Legaspi is the author of Imago, a poetry collection, from CavanKerry Press. Born in the Philippines, he was raised there and in Los Angeles where he immigrated with his family when he was twelve. He holds degrees from Loyola Marymount University and the Creative Writing Program at New York University. Currently, he lives in Manhattan and works at Columbia University. His poems have appeared in numerous journals, including North American Review, Gulf Coast, Crab Orchard Review, Bloomsbury Review, Puerto Del Sol, Seneca Review, The Literary Review, Gay & Lesbian Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Bamboo Ridge, and the anthologies Contemporary Voices of the Eastern World, PinoyPoetics, and Titling the Continent. A recipient of a poetry fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), he co-founded Kundiman (, a non-profit organization serving Asian American poets.