Archive for January, 2010

Feb. 13- Robin Gunkel, Chris Toll, Kate Wyer

Posted in Uncategorized on January 4, 2010 by M. Ball


Robin Gunkel is a graduate of The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics in Boulder, CO where she received her low-residency MFA in Creative Writing while living abroad in Japan. Most recently, Robin works as a academic advisor at the University of Baltimore, and is also helping to spearhead Evolver Baltimore, an organization committed to social change through the expansion of consciousness.

Chris Toll lives in Baltimore, Maryland. In 2010, Publishing Genius Press will bring out his new book, Why Is Try in Poetry?

Kate Wyer is a mental health interviewer for the public health system of Maryland. She has most recently been published in Robot Melon and Fringe and has work forthcoming in NOO, Birkensnake and Wigleaf. She has an MFA from the University of Baltimore. In January Wyer launched a book project called And, Afterward. She is working with book artists to create a collaborative work that demonstrates their love of the book as an object. Also, she is giving herself until April 10th (her 30th birthday) to write a novel. Track the progress at