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Special thanks to EZ Bardeguez.
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The reading period for Fou No. 4 is November 1, 2009–February 1, 2010. Submissions before or after then will not be read. For consideration, send 3 to 7 poems to email@example.com. Please do not submit more than once per reading period. We apologize for the lag in response time for previous submissions, and we thank you for your patience.
Erik Anderson’s work has appeared (or is forthcoming) in The Recluse, American Letters & Commentary, Sleeping Fish, Parcel, Witness, Trickhouse, Dear Camera, The Laurel Review, and others. An erstwhile editor at the Denver Quarterly, he co-edits the mail-art magazine Thuggery & Grace.
Cynthia Arrieu-King is an assistant professor of creative writing at Stockton College and an echocardiographer. Her book People Are Tiny in Paintings of China is forthcoming from Octopus Books in the fall of 2010. Poems are forthcoming this year from Boston Review, Witness, Harp and Altar, etc.
Joshua Beckman is the author of numerous books of poetry, most recently Take It.
Christopher DeWeese was born in Port Townsend. Recent poems have
appeared or are forthcoming in The
DJ Dolack’s most recent work can be found in Diode, Handsome, and Coldfront Magazine. He is working on something new.
Donato has lived in
Noah Falck’s chapbooks include Homemade Engines
from a Dream, Measuring Tape for the
Jessica Fjeld is the managing editor of jubilat. Her chapbook,
On animate life, was selected for the Poetry Society of America
Chapbook Fellowship by Lyn Hejinian in 2006, and recent poems have
appeared or are forthcoming in GlitterPony,
Richard Jones has a new book, The Correct Spelling & Exact Meaning, forthcoming from Copper Canyon Press in 2010.
sixth collection, Quaker Guns (Wave Books
2008--www.wavepoetry.com), has won a
and writes in
Alexis Orgera is the author of two chapbooks,
Illuminatrix (Forklift, Ink.) and Dear Friends, the Birds were
Wonderful! (Blue Hour Press). Recent poems have appeared or are
forthcoming in Forklift, Ohio; H_ngm_n; The Journal; jubilat; No Tell
Motel; Sixth Finch; SUB-LIT; and The Tusculum Review. She lives in
Tomaž Šalamun has had books translated into most of the European languages. He lives in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and occasionally teaches in the USA. His recent books translated into English are Woods and Chalices (Harcourt, 2008), Poker (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2008) and There’s the Hand and There’s the Arid Chair (Counterpath Press, 2009). His Blue Tower is due by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2010.
Morgan Lucas Schuldt is the author of the poetry
collection Verge (Parlor Press: Free Verse Editions, 2007) and two
chapbooks: L=u=N=G=U=A=G=E (Scantily Clad Press, 2009) and Otherhow
(Kitchen Press, 2007). He lives in
Peter Jay Shippy is the author of Thieves’
was born and raised in
Allison Titus’s first book, Sum Of Every Lost Ship, will be published by CSU Press, and new poems are forthcoming in A Public Space and MAKE Magazine.