Christopher Stackhouse is a writer and artist. Plural (2012)is a volume of his poetry published by Counterpath Press. Seismosis (2006) is a collaborative book of Stackhouse’s drawings in dialogue with text by writer John Keene, published by 1913 Press. He is a visiting critic at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Hoffberger School of Painting, guest lecturer at Bethel University’s, New York Center for Art & Media Studies, and visiting faculty at Naropa University, Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Summer Writing Program in Boulder, Colorado. With artists Jomar Statkun and Jared Friedman, he is a founding member of the art and residency project This Red Door, which begins its third iteration at REH Kunst an arts space in Berlin, Germany this summer from July 1 - August 31 (please visit www.thisreddoor.com). Stackhouse is an advisory board member at Fence Magazine, a contributing editor at Bomb Magazine, and a contributing poetry editor at Vanitas Magazine. He mostly resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Chris Glomski’s second full-length poetry collection, The Nineteenth Century, was published in September 2011 by The Cultural Society. He was born on an army depot in Pueblo, Colorado and grew up in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, northwest of Chicago. He resided in Pisa, Italy from 1991 to 1992, free-lancing as an English teacher. He co-curated the Danny’s Reading Series with Joel Craig from 2006-2010. Currently, he is a Senior Lecturer in the English department at the University of Illinois, Chicago and lives in the Humboldt Park neighborhood.