Bethany Fine is a poet living in North Georgia. She has also been published in Folk Horror Revival and OMNI Magazine.
Terese Svoboda published When The Next Big War Blows Down the Valley: Selected and New Poems in November 2015, Anything That Burns You: A Portrait of Lola Ridge, Radical Poet in February 2016, and Professor Harriman’s Steam Air-Ship (poems) in September 2016, with Eyewear. Ravenna Press published Live Sacrifice (stories) in 2017.
Verity Spott is a poet, musician and support worker based in Brighton. Verity’s books include Gideon (Barque Press), Balconette (Veer Books) and the forthcoming Poems (co-authored with Timothy Thornton, Face Press). Verity plays in the musical projects In Threads, Binnsclagg, and Four Manatees. Verity is a member of Wolf Kid Theatre.
is a mess A seething malcontention at the end of the world I’ve made opera, play, stage, and mask Made it mine(d) by/with drawing A lot of monsters a lot of noise Self taught, more self fought though I like to make garbage alive Her work can be found at kludgewitch.blogspot.co.nz
David Mabb is an artist who works with appropriated imagery to rethink the political implications of different aesthetic forms in modern art and design history. Recent work has focused on creating dialectic relations between the designs of Nineteenth-Century English interior designer, writer and Communist William Morris and the Russian Constructivist artist and designer El Lissitsky. About Two Worlds, printed in Salvage #1: Amid This Stony Rubbish, was first shown at Handel Street Projects, London from 16th January – 20th February 2016.
Rupa DasGupta is an artist, multimedia designer, and teacher from Asbury Park, New Jersey, as well as the graphic/web designer for Salvage.
After 20 years of socialist militancy and geographic relocation, Joseph Tomaras finds himself the treasurer of the Southern Maine local of the Socialist Party USA and a fiction author of minor repute. His fiction can be found in places like The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, FLAPPERHOUSE, and Clarkesworld. His occasional musings are blogged at skinseller.blogspot.com, or more frequently, tweeted at @epateur.
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor writes on Black politics, social movements, and racial inequality in the United States. Her articles have been published in Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and Society, Jacobin, New Politics, the Guardian, In These Times, Black Agenda Report, Ms., International Socialist Review, Al Jazeera America, and other publications. Taylor is Assistant Professor in the department of African American Studies at Princeton University. Her book, From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation was published by Haymarket Books in January 2016.
Nikil Pal Singh teaches in the departments of Social and Cultural Analysis and History at New York University.
Zach Sell is a PhD candidate in History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is completing his dissertation ‘Slavery Beyond Slavery: The American South, British Imperialism, and the Circuits of Capital, 1833–1873’.