Fiction | Chris Tysh, Guest Editor
Born in Shanghai, Wang Ping is a Chinese-American poet, fiction writer, translator, and activist. She is the author of several collections of short stories and poetry, the latest of which is My Name Is Immigrant (Hanging Loose Press, 2020). She is the founder of the Kinship of Rivers, a community-building project for people who live along the Mississippi and Yangtze Rivers through the exchange of art and prayer flags. She is based in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
A native Detroiter who lives in New York, Barbara Henning is the author of four novels and eight collections of poetry, most recently, Digigram (United Artists Books 2020) and a novel, Just Like That (Spuyten Duyvil, 2016). She has edited The Selected Prose of Bobbie Louise Hawkins (BlazeVox, 2012) and Looking Up Harryette Mullen (Belladonna, 2011).
San Francisco-based Robert Glück is a fiction writer and New Narrative theorist, author of the story collections Denny Smith and Elements, and the novels Jack the Modernist and Margery Kempe, which was republished in 2020 by New York Review of Books Classics. His collected essays, Communal Nude, was published by Semiotext(e) in 2016.