at Savin Bar & Kitchen, across the street from the Savin Hill T stop
Johnny Diaz is a staff writer for The Boston Globe's Business section, where he writes about local TV news, radio, and advertising (and whatever stories his editors throw his way). He's also the author of four gay-themed novels: Boston Boys Club, Miami Manhunt, Beantown Cubans and the newly published, Take The Lead. On his downtime, the Dorchester resident enjoys hiking in the Blue Hills, reading People magazine and walking around downtown Providence (the setting for his fifth book).
Karen Locascio is a first-year MFA student in Poetry (that's right, capital P) at UMass Boston. She recently moved from Allston to Dorchester where she lives directly above a pizza place. She can tell you pretty much anything you'd ever want to know about government mortgage pass-thrus and has work in the current issue of Amethyst Arsenic. Karen loves Boston but will always be a Jersey Girl at heart.
Audrey Mardavich lives in Clam Point, Dorchester after having spent the past year in Austin, TX. She is a poet and sometimes-blogger on feminist art and literature, rock and roll and reproductive rights. She works at the Public Radio Exchange where she helps make public radio more public.
Jon Papas is a poet from Rochester, NY. Some work of his has appeared in Everyday Genius, PANK, Willow Springs, and OCHO.