James Guida is the author of Marbles, a book of aphorisms published by Turtle Point Press. His writing has appeared in various publications, including Agni, Orion, Raritan, The Yale Review, A Public Space, and Tin House. In 2011 he was awarded a fellowship in nonfiction literature from the New York Foundation for the Arts.
Nick Obourn is a Brooklyn-based writer and editor. His work can be read at the Huffington Post and True/Slant, and in Tin House, Art in America, Art & Antiques, San Francisco Magazine, and Willamette Week. His interview with author Paul Auster will be included in a volume of Auster interviews forthcoming from The University of Mississippi Press in fall 2012. By day he handles publicity for the arts and humanities at Columbia University.
Jim Jennings hails from the windswept plains of Oklahoma. His Chickasaw ancestors came west on the Trail of Tears in the 1830’s. He is a recovering trial lawyer and a veteran of several New York Writers Workshop pitch conferences. His first novel, THE LIGHT MOST FAVORABLE, will be released by Tradeworks Publishing later this year.