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Antioch College graduate and intern for The Antioch Review, Bianca Stone, poet and visual artist, is the author of Poetry Comics from the Book of Hours (LSU Press, 2016) and Someone Else’s Wedding Vows (Tin House, 2014), and she was artist/collaborator on a special illustrated edition of Anne Carson’s Antiogonick (New Directions, 2015). She runs the Ruth Stone Foundation and Monk Books with her husband, the poet Ben Pease, in Vermont and Brooklyn.
Poet, Adam Scheffler, recently released A Dog's Life. Here, Adam takes on true love, extinction, our fragile environment, war, technology, porn, aging and our fight against it, cancer, nursing homes, and death. Adam's poem "On the Discovery that Oleic Acid is the 'Dead Smell' of Ants" was originally published in the Spring 2013 issue of The Antioch Review.