He is co-editor of the anthology Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days (December 2012, Upper Rubber Boot Books).
author of Ghost Gear (University of Arkansas Press, 2014), editor of Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days (Upper Rubber Boot Books, 2012), and series editor of the Floodgate Poetry Series: Three Chapbooks by Three Poets in a Single Volume(Upper Rubber Boot Books, 2014) and founder and managing editor of PoemoftheWeek.org.
Stories: An End to All Things and The Hook and the Haymaker
Ingrid Browning Moody
Her chapbook, Arriving After Dark, won the Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize (Texas Review Press, 2011.) Winner of the Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Prize in 2005.
It Would Be Quiet, from Prime Mincer Press
Poetry Books: Damnatio Memoriae. Brick Road Poetry Press., June 2011; Blue Collar Eulogies. Steel Toe Books. April 2009; Leaving Iowa. Briery Creek Press. April 2007. Poetry Chapbooks: Pure Elysium. Palettes & Quills. September 2010; Real Courage. Jeanne Duval Editions. April 2009; The Clay-Shaper’s Husband. Codhill Press. February 2008; The Right Madness of Beggars. Uccelli Press. September 2006; Cardboard Urn. Southeast Missouri State University Press. September 2005. Fiction Books: Wytchfire. Red Adept Publishing. April 2014.
Her chapbook The Taste of Saltwater, can be found at Finishing Line Press.
Books:Lessons in Ruin (Aldrich Press, 2014); Chapbooks:The Everyday Parade/Alone With Turntable, Old Records (Crisis Chronicles Press, 2013), Illinois, My Apologies (RockSaw Press, 2011); Anthologies:The Captain's Tower: Poems for Bob Dylan at 70 (Seren Books, 2011
His chapbook, Bat & Man: A Sonnet Comic Book, is available from Finishing Line Press. His Unsent Letters to Modotti was published by Tupelo in 2015.
His short story collection, "Tell Everyone I Said Hi," was published by the University of Iowa Press in October 2012. He also is the author of a chapbook of short fiction, "Phantoms," published by Origami Zoo Press in 2010.
His books are Tough Boy Sonatas (2007), Pulling Scabs, Dreamist: a mixed-genre novel (YA), and “This” Ameri-can-ah. His poetry chapbooks are Wonderkind, Soundtrack to Latchkey Boy, and Spill.
Two novels, Red Moon (Grand Central/Hachette, May 2013) and The Wilding (Graywolf Press, 2010); two books of short stories, Refresh, Refresh (Graywolf Press, 2007) and The Language of Elk (Grand Central/Hachette, 2012; Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2006).
His fiction and nonfiction have been read on National Public Radio, performed at Symphony Space, and published by Esquire (where he is a contributing editor), GQ, Time, Men’s Journal, Outside, The Wall Street Journal, The Paris Review, McSweeney’s, Ploughshares, Glimmer Train, and Tin House. His honors include a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Whiting Writers’ Award, two Pushcart Prizes, the Plimpton Prize, and inclusion in Best American Short Stories and Best American Comics. He is adapting Red Moon as a series with Oscar-winner Akiva Goldsman (A Beautiful Mind, I am Legend) with producer Ilene Staple for FOX TV. He is also currently at work on the screenplay adaptation of The Wilding for filmmaker Tanya Wexler (Hysteria). His next novel – The Dead Lands, a post-apocalyptic reimagining of the Lewis and Clark passage – was published by Grand Central/Hachette in April 2015. Ben is also now writing for Detective Comics and his first Batman storyline appeared in October and November of 2014, with JP Leon as the artist. His next novel The Dark Net will be published in 2017
Assist. Prof., English, U. of Indianapolis. His chapbook, Dream Wilderness, is part of a book-length sequence inspired by the Charles C. Deam Wilderness Area in Indiana. The Indiana Arts Commission recently awarded him a grant to write poems about Indiana’s Wabash River.
collection of poems, The Body Tries Again (WordTech Communications, LLC, 2009).
Adrian Harris Matejka
His first collection of poems, The Devil’s Garden, won the 2002 New York / New England Award from Alice James Books. His second collection, Mixology, was a winner of the 2008 National Poetry Series and was published by Penguin Books in 2009. Mixology was a finalist for a NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literature – Poetry. His most recent book, The Big Smoke, was awarded the 2014 Anisfield-Wolf Book Award. The Big Smoke was also finalist for the 2013 National Book Award and for the 2014 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry. He is a winner of the Julia Peterkin Award and recipient of two Illinois Arts Council Literary Awards and fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the Lannan Foundation. His work has appeared in American Poetry Review, The Best American Poetry 2010, Gulf Coast, Ploughshares, Poetry, and Prairie Schooner among other journals and anthologies. He teaches in the MFA program at Indiana University in Bloomington and is currently working on a new collection of poems and a graphic novel.
His first collection of poems The Resurrection of the Body and the Ruin of the World (2003), won the New Issues Poetry Prize. Notes for My Body Double (2006) won the Prairie Schooner Book Prize. He is also the author of Exit Interview and My Index of Slightly Horrifying Knowledge (2008). His memoir, One More Theory About Happiness (2010), recounts the bike accident that paralyzed him from the neck down when he was 12.