L. Hix’s poetry, essays, and other works have been published in McSweeney’s, Georgia Review, Harvard Review, Boston Review, Poetry, and other journals, been recognized with an NEA Fellowship, the Grolier Prize, the T. S. Eliot Prize, and the Peregrine Smith Award, and been translated into Spanish, Russian, Urdu, and other languages. His most recent book is American Anger. His recent poetry collections include I'm Here to Learn to Dream in Your Language; As Much As, If Not More Than; First Fire, Then Birds: Obsessionals 1985-2010; and Incident Light. Others of his recent books include Uncoverage: Asking After Recent Poetry and Ley Lines. His website is www.hlhix.com
Lee Briccetti is the long-time Executive Director of Poets House, a national poetry library and literary center in New York City. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, she received an MFA from the Iowa Writer’s Workshop and is the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship for Poetry and a poetry fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. Briccetti has been awarded residencies at MacDowell, The Millay Colony, and the American Academy in Rome. She is the author of Blue Guide (Four Way Books 2018) and Day Mark (Four Way Books 2005).