Gretchen Marquette and Wayne Nelsen
Wayne Nelsen's animated poetry films are intended as a one-dimensional, paper doll theater. His work has won Best in Category at the Co-Kisser Poetry Film Festival, sponsored by MCAD, and has appeared in Altered Scales and at the Flux Show at Patrick's Cabaret. The Road features poetry by Gretchen Marquette and music by Bill Reichelt.
Gretchen Marquette has served as the assistant poetry editor for Water~Stone Review, and as a first reader for the National Poetry Series. Her work has appeared in places such as Paper Darts, Harper's, and the Paris Review. Gretchen is a 2014 recipient of a Minnesota Emerging Writer Grant through the Loft Literary Center, and her first book, May Day, is forthcoming from Graywolf Press in 2015. She currently lives in the Powderhorn neighborhood in South Minneapolis.
Bill Reichelt is a composer and instrument builder from Duluth, MN specializing in just intonation and minimal textures.