Sean Bonney’s books include Happiness, The Commons and Document: Poems, Diagrams, Manifestos. His work has been translated into several languages, and he has performed it at occupations, on demonstrations, in the back-rooms of pubs, in seminar rooms, on picket lines and at international poetry festivals. He lives in Walthamstow, East London.
Anne Boyer is a poet who lives in Kansas.
Anne Boyers’s “My Life” has a very particular structure, based on Lyn Hejinian’s “my life (s),” which means it must have 3 paragraphs of 40, 43, and 71 sentences (Anne Boyer’s age, Mary J. Blige’s, and Lyn Hejinian’s). The ideal publication shape would be for the first seven lines of each of the three paragraphs indented.
Stevphen Shukaitis is a lecturer at the University of Essex, Centre for Work and Organization, and a member of the Autonomedia editorial collective. Since 2009 he has coordinated and edited Minor Compositions.
Howard Slater is a volunteer play therapist and writer who lives in East London.
Dhanveer is a member of Black Studies Group (London).
Guillaume Apollinaire said of Savinio’s piano playing: I was surprised and beguiled; Savinio mistreated his instrument so much that after each piece the keyboard had to be cleared of chips and splinters. I foresee that within two years he will have gutted every piano in Paris. Savinio will then go on to destroy every piano in the universe, which may be a true liberation.
Kev Nickells is a musician/writer/promoter based in Brighton. Increasingly, those ostentations traverse necklace—millstone in lieu (or shadow) of a culture of remuneration and his day-job in something opaque and IT-ish is no solace whatsoever. bangthebore.org fortprocess.co.uk soundcloud.com/hakarl
Anthony Iles is writer of fiction, theory and criticism. He is presently a contributing editor to Mute (metamute.org) and is a PhD candidate at Middlesex University, London. He is currently working on Anguish Language: a project about language, writing and social crisis, anguishlanguage.tumblr.com
Eve Lear is Darsavini. Me, pro. The objectionable case of I. The personal pronoun in English has three cases, the dominative, the objectionable and the oppressive. Each is all three. A. Bierce.
Johanna Isaacson teaches literature and composition at UCSC and Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz, California. Her research interests and writing projects include DIY culture, Marxism, feminism, and contemporary fiction and film.
Matteo Pasquinelli is a philosopher based in London. He wrote the book Animal Spirits: A Bestiary of the Commons (2008), curated the anthology Gli algoritmi del capitale (2014) and lectures frequently at the intersection of political philosophy, media theory and life sciences.
Martin Glaberman (December 13, 1918 – December 17, 2001) was an influential American Marxist writer on labor, historian, academic, and autoworker.
Dr Emma Robertson is Lecturer in History at La Trobe University, Australia. Professor Michael Pickering teaches in the Department of Social Sciences at Loughborough University. Marek Korczynski is Professor of Sociology of Work at the University of Nottingham. Together they co-authored Rhythms of Labour: The History of Music at Work in Britain, Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s work frequently deals with the relationship between listening and borders, human rights, testimony, truth and law, through the production of audio-visual installations, graphic design, sculpture, photography, workshops and performance.
Iain Boal is an Irish social historian of technics and the commons, associated with the Retort group in the San Francisco Bay Area and MayDay Rooms in London.