Lara Mimosa Montes

Book cover for my first book, The Somnambulist (Horse Less Press, 2016.)

Book cover for my first book, The Somnambulist (Horse Less Press, 2016.)

Lara Mimosa Montes is the author of The Somnambulist (Horse Less Press, 2016). She holds a PhD in English from The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Her poems and essays have appeared in Academy of American Poets’ Poem-A-Day, BOMB, Boston Review, Hyperallergic, and elsewhere. She is a 2018 McKnight Writing Fellow and CantoMundo Fellow. Currently, she works as a senior editor of Triple Canopy and lives in the Twin Cities. She was born in the Bronx.

https://opencuny.org/lararossana/

Etan Nechin

Excerpt from Text for a Performance UTTER: The Violent Necessity for the Embodied Presence of Hope, Venice Biannale 2015

Excerpt from Text for a Performance UTTER: The Violent Necessity for the Embodied Presence of Hope, Venice Biannale 2015

Etan Nechin is an Israeli writer living in New York. His writing has been published at ZYZZYVA, Apogee, Columbia Journal, Huffington Post, MonkeyBicycle, Entropy, MutualArt and more. His text for a performance, UTTER: The Violent Necessary for the Embodied Presence of Hope, was shown at the 2015 Venice Biennale. Currently, he is the online editor of The Bare Life Review, a journal of immigrant and refugee literature.

https://cargocollective.com/etan-nechin

Amelia Schonbek

A story investigating the efficacy of family treatment court, an innovative intervention method designed for parents with substance use issues and children in the foster care system.


A story investigating the efficacy of family treatment court, an innovative intervention method designed for parents with substance use issues and children in the foster care system.

Amelia Schonbek is a journalist who has written for the New York Times, New York magazine, Pacific Standard, and The Awl. Her work on the child welfare system has been supported by the John Jay Center on Media, Crime, and Justice and The Solutions Journalism Network. Her current reporting, on sexual misconduct, is being developed with Type Investigations (formerly The Nation Institute’s Investigative Fund). When not at work, she likes to sing, swim, and be outdoors.

ameliaschonbek.com

Wendy Vogel

Wendy Vogel_books to which I have contributed_2014 to 2018

Wendy Vogel_books to which I have contributed_2014 to 2018

Wendy Vogel is a writer, art critic and independent curator based in Brooklyn, NY. She received a BA from New York University and an MA from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, and she was a Critical Fellow in the Core Program residency at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. A former editor at Flash Art International, Modern Painters and Art in America, Vogel has contributed to Artforum, art-agenda, The Art Newspaper, Art Review, BOMB, Brooklyn Rail, frieze, The Guardian and MOUSSE, among other publications. In collaboration with the artist Peter Halley, she edited a history of the New York–based magazine index (Rizzoli, 2014). She has curated or co-curated projects at venues including the Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College, the Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, The Kitchen, Abrons Arts Center, VOLTA Art Fair, Baxter Street Camera Club of New York, and bitforms. She is a 2018 recipient of a Creative Capital / Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant in Short-Form Writing.

http://wendyvogel.net