Adrian Blevins's "The Brass Girl Brouhaha" was published by Ausable Press in 2003 and won the 2004 Kate Tufts Discovery Award and a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers Award. Her other books are Live from the "Homesick Jamboree" (Wesleyan, 2009), "Walk Till the Dogs Get Mean" (Ohio University Press, 2017), and "Appalachians Run Amok," winner of the Wilder Prize, forthcoming from Two Sylvias Press this spring. Cate Marvin's poetry collections include "World's Tallest Disaster" (2001), which won the Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry, Fragment of the "Head of a Queen" (2007), and "Oracle" (2015). Marvin coedited, with Michael Dumanis, the anthology "Legitimate Dangers: American Poets of the New Century" (2006). Tomás Q. Morín is the author of "Patient Zero" and "A Larger Country," winner of the APR/Honickman Prize. He translated Pablo Neruda's "The Heights of Macchu Picchu" and with Mari L"Esperance, he co-edited "Coming Close: Forty Essays on Philip Levine."