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Mark Young has been publishing poetry for nearly fifty-five years. His work has been widely anthologized, & his essays & poetry translated into a number of languages. He is the author of more than twenty books, primarily poetry but also including speculative fiction & art history. He is the editor of the ezine Otoliths, & lives on the Tropic of Capricorn. Recent work has appeared or is to appear in Moria, Rabbit, Fact-Simile, The Last Vispo Anthology, Eccolinguistics, Mascara, Ditch, Cricket Online Review, 3 a.m., E·ratio, Streetcake Magazine & Marsh Hawk Review amongst other places.
Timothy Yu is the author of two chapbooks, 15 Chinese Silences (Tinfish) and Journey to the West (Barrow Street), winner of the Vincent Chin Chapbook Prize from Kundiman. His scholarly book, Race and the Avant-Garde: Experimental and Asian American Poetry since 1965 (Stanford University Press), won the Book Award in Literary Studies from the Association for Asian American Studies. Other selections from his ongoing project, 100 Chinese Silences, have appeared or are forthcoming in SHAMPOO, Mantis, Kartika Review and Lantern Review. He is an associate professor of English and Asian American Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Cui Yuwei was born and brought up in Xinyang, a small city with beautiful hills and clear waters in central China. In 2005, she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Central South University, where she studied as an English major. Shortly afterwards, she continued her study in Wuhan University and learned creative writing from Ouyang Yu, a renowned Australian poet and writer. In 2007, she completed an MA in English Literature there. After graduation, she moved to Zhuhai, a southern city in China. Currently, she is an English teacher in Beijing Normal University at Zhuhai. She takes a great interest in writing poems and short stories and has a poem published in 'Mascara Review'.