Anna Anthropy is an American video game designer. She has developed a number of freeware games including Mighty Jill Off, Redder, Lesbian Spider Queens of Mars and Dys4ia, and is a co-founder and associate editor of The Gamer's Quarter. Her games explore the relationship between sadism and game design; Anthropy's games challenge players' expectations of what the developer should create and how the player should be reprimanded for errors.
Abraham Avnisan is an experimental poet whose work is situated at the intersection of image and text, of the sensory and the symbolic. Each of his projects seeks to engage with a particular thinker, idea or theoretical field that challenges us to reconsider the most fundamental ways in which we understand ourselves and the world around us. His work has been published in Stonecutter, the Poetry Project Newsletter, Drunken Boat, Rain Taxi, and others. He holds an M.F.A. in poetry from Brooklyn College and is currently pursuing an M.F.A. in Art and Technology Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Kate Durbin is a Los Angeles, California based writer, curator and performance artist. She is the author of several books of fiction and poetry including E! Entertainment, ABRA, The Ravenous Audience, and five chapbooks. Durbin's work primarily centers around popular culture, gender, and digital media.