Susan Terris' most recent book is Ghost of Yesterday: New & Selected Poems (Marsh Hawk Press). She is the author of 6 books of poetry, 16 chapbooks, 3 artist's books, and one play. Journal publications include The Southern Review, Denver Quarterly, and Ploughshares. A poem of hers from Field appeared in Pushcart Prize XXXI. She's editor of Spillway Magazine. Her chapbook Memos was published by Omnidawn in 2015. A poem from this book, first published in the Denver Quarterly, was selected for Best American Poetry 2015. Omnidawn will publish her book Take Two: Film Studies in 2017.
Kimberley Acebo Arteche was born in Silver Spring, Maryland and currently lives in the foggy hills of Daly City in San Francisco's Bay Area. Kim received her BFA in Visual Arts/Photography from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and her MFA in Fine Art/Photography at San Francisco State University. Through the lens of diaspora, Arteche's work revolves around epistemology, acting as an interlocutor between traditional research, oral history, and Internet searches. She works in photography, installation, and social practice.
Kimberley was awarded the Murphy and Cadogan Contemporary Art Awards by The San Francisco Foundation in 2014, showed in Root Division's 2015 MFA Now, and was Kearny Street Workshop's 2015 APAture Featured Visual Artist. Kim is currently teaching at Leadership High School and is Root Division's 2016-2017 Blau-Gold Teaching Fellow, teaching with San Francisco's Filipino Education Center.