Con­trib­u­tors’ Notes

The Iowa Review - - RACHEL Z. ARNDT -

Kazim Ali’s forth­com­ing books in­clude Sil­ver Road (es­says) from Tu­pelo Press and In­qui­si­tion (po­ems) from Wes­leyan Uni­ver­sity Press.

Rachel Z. Arndt re­ceived MFAS in non­fic­tion and po­etry from the Uni­ver­sity of Iowa, where she was an Iowa Arts Fel­low and non­fic­tion ed­i­tor of The Iowa Re­view. Her es­say col­lec­tion Be­yond Mea­sure is forth­com­ing from Sara­bande. Her writ­ing has ap­peared in Pop­u­lar Me­chan­ics, Quartz, The Be­liever, and else­where. She lives in Chicago.

Joy Baglio’s short fic­tion has ap­peared in New Ohio Re­view, PANK, and F(r)ic­tion and is forth­com­ing from Tin House. She holds an MFA from The New School and lives in Northamp­ton, Mas­sachusetts, where she teaches writ­ing and di­rects Pi­o­neer Val­ley Writ­ers’ Work­shop. She is work­ing on her first novel.

Melissa Bar­rett’s po­ems have re­cently ap­peared in BOMB, Har­vard Re­view, Crazy­horse, Gulf Coast, An­i­mal Shel­ter, Best New Po­ets, and Best Amer­i­can Po­etry. She lives in Colum­bus, Ohio, and works at an ur­ban pub­lic mid­dle school.

Kate Ber­son’s fic­tion has been pub­lished or is forth­com­ing from Michi­gan Quar­terly Re­view, West­ern Hu­man­i­ties Re­view, Den­ver Quar­terly, and Mon­key­bi­cy­cle. Her story, “Luz, Mi­la­gro,” was se­lected for the Sonora Re­view 2017 Fic­tion Prize. In col­lab­o­ra­tion with Velma Gar­cía-gorena, she is cur­rently trans­lat­ing Gabriela Mis­tral’s Poema de Chile, po­ems from which are forth­com­ing from Hayden’s Ferry Re­view and Cop­per Nickel. Kate holds an MFA from the Uni­ver­sity of Mas­sachusetts Amherst and cur­rently lives in Pitts­burgh.

Cammy Broth­ers grew up in Iowa City. She is the au­thor of Michelan­gelo, Draw­ing, and the In­ven­tion of Ar­chi­tec­ture (Yale Uni­ver­sity Press, 2008) and var­i­ous schol­arly es­says. Her crit­i­cal writ­ing has ap­peared in the The Wall Street Journal, Pub­lic Books, and Ag­gre­gate. She teaches art and ar­chi­tec­tural his­tory at North­east­ern Uni­ver­sity in Bos­ton and taught for many years at the Uni­ver­sity of Vir­ginia School of Ar­chi­tec­ture.

Stephanie Burt is pro­fes­sor of English at Har­vard and the au­thor of sev­eral books of po­etry and lit­er­ary crit­i­cism, most re­cently Ad­vice from

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