Mollie Oblinger’s (b. 1976) recent exhibitions include shows at the Sierra College in Rocklin, CA, the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, the South Bend Museum of Art in Indiana, and the Angela Meleca Gallery in Columbus, Ohio. She has had residences at Playa in Oregon, Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program in New Mexico, and in Alpena Wildlife Sanctuary in Michigan . Oblinger received an MFA from the University of California, Davis in 2005 and a BFA in 1998 from Syracuse University. She is currently an associate professor at Ripon College in Wisconsin.
Maggie Colvett is a literature M.A. candidate at the University of Georgia. Her poems have appeared in Colorado Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Radar Poetry, Still: The Journal, and Architrave Press’s broadside series, among other places. She edited volume 41 of The Mockingbird, the arts and literature magazine of East Tennessee State University. A collection of her poems titled The World by Memory and Conjecture was awarded ETSU’s Undergraduate Honors Thesis Prize in the Humanities for outstanding work in any humanities discipline. She lives in Athens, GA and Piney Flats, TN, where her family keeps many dozens of chickens.