Mary Warner is the founder of Coucou Home. She has contributed writing to Garden & Gun, Edible, Paste Magazine, Los Angeles Review of Books, and The Bitter Southerner. She is also a visual artist whose work explore the "intimacy in the everyday." Her work can be found at marywarner.com.
Rachel Bujalski is a photographer living and working in Los Angeles, CA. As a documentary photographer, Bujalski’s work largely examines the lifestyles and personalities of people living on the fringes of society that make up American culture today. Her work has been published in National Geographic PROOF, InStyle.com, WIRED, and Vice. In 2015, her Connected Off the Grid project joined The Story Institute, an international visual storytelling distribution platform.
Jonathan Simkins lives in Denver, Colorado. He is the co-translator with Úrsula Starke of Creationism (The Lune, forthcoming 2018) by Vicente Huidobro, and the author of the chapbooks This Is The Crucible (The Lune, 2017), and in collaboration with artist Justin Ankenbauer, Translucent Winds (Helikon Gallery & Studios, 2016). His translations of Ernesto Noboa y Caamaño have appeared in all the sins, Hinchas de Poesía, Peacock Journal, and Visitant, and his translations of Úrsula Starke are forthcoming in Deluge, Guernica, and Menacing Hedge.
Úrsula Starke (Chile, 1983) is a writer with an educational background in the history of art, the promotion of reading, and cultural management. She is the co-translator with Jonathan Simkins of Creationism (The Lune, forthcoming 2018) by Vicente Huidobro, and the author of four books of poetry: Obertura (Maipo Ediciones, 2000), Ático (Editorial Cuarto Propio, 2007), Artificio (Ediciones Colectivas Periféricas, 2013), and a volume spanning work from 2007 to 2015, Prótesis (Bokeh, 2016). The recipient of multiple awards and prizes, she has taught creative writing workshops for over a decade and has also participated in multidisciplinary works incorporating music, photography, and performance.