Corey Eastwood

is a writer and bookseller who co-owns independent bookstores in New York City and Beacon, NY as well as in Madrid and Valencia, Spain. His writing has been published in a number of journals including The Brooklyn Rail and The New Inquiry. He currently lives between Valencia, Spain, and Brooklyn, NY.

Santiago Lemoine

is from Buenos Aires and has lived in a number of countries and held a number of jobs, ranging from sweeping hair to handing out diplomas. He currently lives in Valencia, Spain, where he runs a second-hand bookstore. He also works as a freelance editor and translator and is currently completing a collection of short stories.

Ramona Stout

is a writer and music researcher based in Chania, Crete. She has acted as a producer and researcher for projects on Midwestern gospel music (Tompkins Square), Albanian music from the 1930s (JSP), and heart-rending pop from Ecuador’s Golden Era (Honest Jon’s). She has also co-curated and managed Kinisi Festival of Sound and Music on the island of Santorini, collaborated on sound installations exhibited in Chicago, Dublin, and Greece, and acted as writer and producer for the little-known (and very little-promoted) podcast, The Record. She is currently working on a collection of short stories and planning two field-recording projects. She likes walking. A lot.