Rosemary Ferrara was born to a hippie and a gangster and falls somewhere right in the middle. She studied Journalism at Columbia College Chicago and now resides in Champaign, Illinois, with her husband, Mr. Black, and Princess Thunderballs.
Casey Malone is a writer, photographer, and coffee maker who lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Mandy Tröger reads while walking, teaches in prison, does community radio and will soon try to do all of that in Germany. She LOVES IPA, not big in Germany, unfortunately.
Spawned in the cornfields of Central Illinois, Bill Wood mastered the art of taking things apart long before realizing he could sometimes put them together as well. In place of manifestos, he now writes grants for community gardens and paint recycling programs. He lives 15 minutes away from Three Mile Island, the meltdown of which served as inspiration for "London Calling" (the song, not the album).
When the moon is full, Daniel Yezbick teaches whatever he can at Forest Park College in St Louis Missouri. He once lugged his “lazy teacher-ass” around Port Townsend, WA and Urbana-Champaign, IL. He needs more whisky right about now, but he will settle for watching Princess Elsa kick butt one more time with his kids.
Rebecca BoBecca would have shot a man in Reno just to watch him die, but it turns out there are laws about that.
Aimee Rickman thinks a lot about youth, technology, gender, policy, and digital involvement as they relate to the cultural construction of adolescence. When not writing, she teaches guitar, tends bar, studies infrastructures, and wishes it were summer in Urbana.
Hangers photo by marc falardeau. Used under Creative Commons attribution license.