Brad Davis is a teacher and counselor at Pomfret School in Connecticut. His most recent book is Sunken Garden Poetry (Wesleyan University Press, 2012). He has taught creative writing at the College of the Holy Cross and Eastern Connecticut State University.
Brett Foster's writing has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Books & Culture, Image, Kenyon Review, Sewanee Theological Review, and Raritan. He teaches Renaissance literature and creative writing at Wheaton College.
James Owens divides his time between central Indiana and northern Ontario. Two books of his poems have been published, and his poems, translations, and photographs appear widely in literary journals, including The Cortland Review, Poetry Ireland Review, and Flycatcher.
Miho Nonaka is a bilingual writer from Tokyo and Associate Professor of English at Wheaton College. Her poems and essays have appeared in Ploughshares and Cimarron Review, among others. Her translation of works by twentieth and twenty-first century Japanese female poets is scheduled to appear in a two-volume anthology from UC Berkeley.
Barbara Crooker's work has appeared in many other journals, including The Christian Science Monitor and The Christian Century. Her book Line Dance (Word Press, 2008) won the 2009 Paterson Award for Literary Excellence.
Kevin Hadduck and his wife live in Helena, Montana. He serves as Director of the Academic Resource Center at Carroll College. He has published poems in more than two dozen journals, including JAMA, Theology Today, The Christian Century, and Wisconsin Review.