R. Nemo Hill is author, in collaboration with painter Jeanne Hedstrom, of an illustrated novel organized according to the processes of medieval alchemy, Pilgrim’s Feather (Quantuck Lane Press, 2002); a narrative poem based upon a short story by H.P. Lovecraft, The Strange Music of Erich Zann (Hippocampus Press, 2004); a chapbook, Prolegomena To An Essay On Satire (Modern Metrics, 2006); and two collections of poems from Dos Madres Press: When Men Bow Down (2012) and In No Man’s Ear (2016).
David M. Katz’s most recent book of poems is Stanzas on Oz, Poems 2011-2014, published by Dos Madres Press. Dos Madres has also published Claims of Home, Poems 1984-2010. His first book was The Warrior in the Forest (House of Keys). Poems of his have appeared in Poetry, The Paris Review, The New Republic, The Hopkins Review, The New Criterion, American Arts Quarterly, and Alabama Literary Review.
Rick Mullin’s latest collection, Stignatz and the User of Vicenza, was published by Dos Madres Press in 2015. Forthcoming is his collection, Transom, due out from Dos Madres in 2017. His other books include Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle (DM 2014) and Soutine (DM 2012). His work has appeared in various journals, including Epiphay, The New Criterion, and American Arts Quarterly, as well as anthologies, including Rabbit Ears: Poems about TV (New York Quarterly Books).