is a painter living in Brooklyn. She studied at the Cooper Union and Kanazawa College of Arts in Japan and sometimes works as an archaeological illustrator in Egypt. She is interested in stage tricks and nonbiological life, especially the kind that happens on paper.
likes to make messes with tactile ease in a gritty corner of the world. Dont deny them their beauty! They try hard like arabesques. She is also an artist immersed in low-fidelity media, including lots of crap with peering eyes like hers that calls out from the street.
has an MFA in poetry from Johns Hopkins and is a PhD candidate in English at Rutgers University. She lives in Brooklyn.
is working toward an MFA in fiction at Johns Hopkins. She lives with her gerbil, Henry.
is a maker of jittery ink drawings and 1960s-stung collage; someone who wasn’t, remarkably, Joanna Neborsky, said her work suggests a blend of “Shel Silverstein, Yellow Submarine, and Cy Twombly.” (She would gently add Monty Python.) Her first book, Illustrated Three-Line Novels: Félix Fénéon, a collection of gruesome turn-of-the century news items translated by Luc Sante, was published by Mark Batty Publisher in September 2010. Her clients include Farrar, Straus & Giroux, W Magazine, and the New York Times.