Enrique Winter Home School Hudson 2014 Enrique Winter (Santiago, Chile, 1982) is author of Atar las naves (winner of Víctor Jara Arts Festival), Rascacielos (awarded the National Book Council fellowship, available in English as Skyscrapers), Guía de despacho (winner of the National Young Poet Competition), Lengua de señas (Pablo de Rokha Poetry Prize; available in English as Sign Tongue, version that won as well the Goodmorning Menagerie Chapbook-in-Translation prize) and co-author of the LP Agua en polvo (awarded the Fund for the Promotion of Chilean Music fellowship), collected in several anthologies like the upcoming Suns and languages including German and Polish. He is also author of the novel Las bolsas de basura and translator of books by Charles Bernstein and Philip Larkin. Winter holds an MFA in Creative Writing from NYU and directs the Creative Writing diploma at PUCV. He used to be an editor and an attorney.

Enrique Winter
Home School Hudson 2014

Enrique Winter (Santiago, Chile, 1982) is author of Atar las naves (winner of Víctor Jara Arts Festival), Rascacielos (awarded the National Book Council fellowship, available in English as Skyscrapers), Guía de despacho (winner of the National Young Poet Competition), Lengua de señas (Pablo de Rokha Poetry Prize; available in English as Sign Tongue, version that won as well the Goodmorning Menagerie Chapbook-in-Translation prize) and co-author of the LP Agua en polvo (awarded the Fund for the Promotion of Chilean Music fellowship), collected in several anthologies like the upcoming Suns and languages including German and Polish. He is also author of the novel Las bolsas de basura and translator of books by Charles Bernstein and Philip Larkin. Winter holds an MFA in Creative Writing from NYU and directs the Creative Writing diploma at PUCV. He used to be an editor and an attorney.

Cat Tyc Home School Hudson 2016 Cat Tyc is a Brooklyn based writer/videomaker whose work exists on the precipice of poetic mediology and has a MFA in Writing at Pratt Institute. Her video/installation work has screened locally and internationally at spaces that include Recess, Microscope Gallery, Anthology Film Archives, CUNY Graduate Center, Brooklyn Museum, Kassel Fest and the PDX International Festival. She co-directs the Poet Transmit, a project that engages in the connections between poetry, transmission, and performance with focus on multiple modalities. Her most recent writings have been published in Weekday, The Sink Review, 6x6 and Fashion Studies Journal and she is the author of the chapbook An Architectural Seance (Dancing Girl Press, 2017).

Cat Tyc
Home School Hudson 2016

Cat Tyc is a Brooklyn based writer/videomaker whose work exists on the precipice of poetic mediology and has a MFA in Writing at Pratt Institute. Her video/installation work has screened locally and internationally at spaces that include Recess, Microscope Gallery, Anthology Film Archives, CUNY Graduate Center, Brooklyn Museum, Kassel Fest and the PDX International Festival. She co-directs the Poet Transmit, a project that engages in the connections between poetry, transmission, and performance with focus on multiple modalities. Her most recent writings have been published in Weekday, The Sink Review, 6x6 and Fashion Studies Journal and she is the author of the chapbook An Architectural Seance (Dancing Girl Press, 2017).

Qinglan Wang Home School Hudson 2015 Qinglan Wang is a multilingual writer and artist originally from Hawaii. Nominated for a Pushcart Prize (2012), her work has been featured in Fourth Genre, Ninth Letter, The Ocean State Review, among other places.

Qinglan Wang
Home School Hudson 2015

Qinglan Wang is a multilingual writer and artist originally from Hawaii. Nominated for a Pushcart Prize (2012), her work has been featured in Fourth Genre, Ninth Letter, The Ocean State Review, among other places.

 
Emily Aiko Home School Hudson 2016 Maja Lukic is a poet and environmental attorney in New York. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, Salamander, Western Humanities Review, Sugar House Review, Vinyl, The Moth, Prelude, and other publications.

Emily Aiko
Home School Hudson 2016

Maja Lukic is a poet and environmental attorney in New York. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, Salamander, Western Humanities Review, Sugar House Review, Vinyl, The Moth, Prelude, and other publications.

Kateema Lee Home School Claremont 2016 Kateema Lee is a Washington D. C. native. She's a Cave Canem Fellow, a Callaloo Fellow, and an associate editor for the Potomac Review. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in print and online journals such as Word Riot, African American Review, Poet Lore, Gargoyle, PMS:Poemmemoirstory, and others. Her chapbook, Almost Invisible, is forthcoming. When she's not writing or teaching, she likes binge-watching everything from cheesy movies to wonderful documentaries.

Kateema Lee
Home School Claremont 2016

Kateema Lee is a Washington D. C. native. She's a Cave Canem Fellow, a Callaloo Fellow, and an associate editor for the Potomac Review. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in print and online journals such as Word Riot, African American Review, Poet Lore, Gargoyle, PMS:Poemmemoirstory, and others. Her chapbook, Almost Invisible, is forthcoming. When she's not writing or teaching, she likes binge-watching everything from cheesy movies to wonderful documentaries.

Raena Shirali Home School Hudson 2016 Raena Shirali is the author of GILT (YesYes Books, 2017). Her honors include a 2016 Pushcart Prize, the 2016 Cosmonauts Avenue Poetry Prize, the 2014 Gulf Coast Poetry Prize, & a “Discovery” / Boston Review Poetry Prize in 2013. She has also been recognized as a finalist for the 2016 Tupelo Quarterly Poetry Prize & a 2014 Ruth Lilly Fellowship. Her poems & reviews have appeared in Blackbird, Ninth Letter, Crazyhorse, Indiana Review, Pleiades, Four Way Review, & elsewhere. She was raised in Charleston, South Carolina, where she recently taught English at College of Charleston, her alma mater. Born in Houston, Texas, the Indian American poet earned her MFA from The Ohio State University. She currently lives in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, where she is the Philip Roth Resident at Bucknell University’s Stadler Center for Poetry, & serves as a poetry reader for Muzzle Magazine.

Raena Shirali
Home School Hudson 2016

Raena Shirali is the author of GILT (YesYes Books, 2017). Her honors include a 2016 Pushcart Prize, the 2016 Cosmonauts Avenue Poetry Prize, the 2014 Gulf Coast Poetry Prize, & a “Discovery” / Boston Review Poetry Prize in 2013. She has also been recognized as a finalist for the 2016 Tupelo Quarterly Poetry Prize & a 2014 Ruth Lilly Fellowship. Her poems & reviews have appeared in Blackbird, Ninth Letter, Crazyhorse, Indiana Review, Pleiades, Four Way Review, & elsewhere. She was raised in Charleston, South Carolina, where she recently taught English at College of Charleston, her alma mater. Born in Houston, Texas, the Indian American poet earned her MFA from The Ohio State University. She currently lives in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, where she is the Philip Roth Resident at Bucknell University’s Stadler Center for Poetry, & serves as a poetry reader for Muzzle Magazine.