Duncan Hose is a poet, painter and scholar. His second book of poems, One Under Bacchus, was published in 2011 by Inken Publisch, who also released his first collection, Rathaus, in 2007. He has published poems in Cordite, Steamer, 543, Jacket, Jacket 2, Island, Southerly, Overland, and The Sun Herald. His work is anthologised in Outcrop: radical Australian poetry of land (Black Rider Press 2013). In 2010 he was the recipient of the Newcastle Poetry Prize.
Nick Whittock's books are Covers (COD 2003), The Doon (Vagabond Press, 2013) and Hows its (Inken Publisch, 2014).
Samuel Kaye was born in Adelaide and grew up in Melbourne, London and Sydney. He now lives in Redfern. Kaye’s first novella, The Circus, was published in 2014 by Inken Publisch. His short stories 'Jindabyne Holiday' and 'The Turkish-German Girl' have appeared in Sneaky Magazine. Other works include the novels Half Lands and My Hollywood which are due for release in 2016.
Melinda Bufton is a poet and academic living in Melbourne, Australia. Her work is interested in pulsing abstractions, fizz, or how far you can take a line, and so is she. Girlery (2014) is her debut collection.