DAVID CALE most recently performed his solo musical “We’re Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time”, for which he wrote the book, lyrics and co-composed the music with Matthew Dean Marsh, at The Public Theater. The show was included in The New York Times Best Theater of 2019. Other recent works as a writer include the solo “Harry Clarke”, starring Billy Crudup, at the Vineyard Theatre and Audible at Minetta Lane Theatre, for which David received the 2018 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Solo Show.
Hailing from Buenos Aires, Argentina, GUILLERMO FILICE CASTRO is a queer poet and photographer. He’s the author of the chapbooks Mixtape for A War (Seven Kitchens Press) and Agua, Fuego (Finishing Line Press). Guillermo’s poems and photography appear in Barrow Street, Brooklyn Rail, Canoptic Jar, Egg Mom Review, Fugue, La Presa, Minetta Review, The New Verse News, The Sundayzine, The Tishman Review, and many more. Also featuring his work: the anthologies Divining Divas, Flicker & Spark, Saints of Hysteria, among others. He’s a recipient of an E-S-B fellowship from the Poetry Project in New York City. Guillermo resides in New Jersey with his partner and two cats, Cleopatra and Evita.
LAURIE STONE is the author of five books, most recently of Everything is Personal, Notes on Now and My Life as an Animal, Stories. She has been a longtime writer for the Village Voice, theater critic for The Nation, and critic-at-large on Fresh Air. her work has appeared in n + 1, Waxwing, Tin House, Evergreen Review, Fence, Open City, and Threepenny Review. Her next book will be Postcards from the Thing that is Happening, a collage of hybrid narratives. Her website is: lauriestonewriter.com.