ABOUT THE OS’S PROPOSED NETWORK / COLLECTIVE MODEL
THE OPERATING SYSTEM MODEL IS DESIGNED TO BE 100% MEMBER / COLLECTIVELY RUN AND OPERATED. THE MODEL, WHEN RUNNING EFFECTIVELY AS DESIGNED, DEPENDS ON THE COOPERATIVE, COLLABORATIVE EXCHANGE, BASED ON THE HORIZONTAL REDISTRIBUTION OF RESOURCES AND LABOR, AS A BEACON TO OTHERS OF WHAT IS POSSIBLE WHEN CREATIVE PEOPLE WORK TOGETHER TO LEARN, SHARE, AND MAKE CHANGE IN OUR COMMUNITIES.
THIS MEANS THAT AT ANY GIVEN TIME, THOSE WORKING ON THE GROUND HAS DIFFERED. HOWEVER, IT ALSO MEANS THAT BECAUSE THERE HAS NOT BEEN ANY ENFORCEMENT OF COLLECTIVE AND/OR MEMBER RESPONSIBILITY TO THE COLLECTIVE, LABOR HAS IN FACT OFTEN FALLEN UNEVENLY TO ONE OR SOMETIMES A FEW PEOPLE. AS A SYSTEM THAT SEEKS NOT TO REINFORCE TOP-DOWN ADMINISTRATIVE HIERARCHY AND/OR ROLE PLAY, AFTER INTRODUCTION TO THE MODEL AND THE SIGNING OF THE PUBLISHING / PROJECT AGREEMENT, IT IS LEFT TO MEMBERS TO TAKE INITIATIVE IN NOT ONLY THE TEMPORARY, PROJECT-DRIVEN NEEDS OF THEIR OWN AGENDA BUT A RESPONSIBILITY TO THE SYSTEM’S MAINTENANCE. THIS HOWEVER IS SO ANATHEMA TO THE SYSTEMS WE ARE USED TO, AND HAS OFTEN LEFT MANY TASKS UNMANNED, WITH THE PROJECT RUNNING ON THE MOST AGILE OF SURVIVAL OPERATING STRATEGIES — DEMONSTRATING NOT MUCH MORE THAN ITS OWN EXISTENCE AND PERSISTANCE.
WHEN THE SYSTEM HAS ACTIVE OPERATOR/MEMBERS/VOLUNTEERS, THESE ARE OFTEN WORKING ENTIRELY VIRTUALLY, EDITING ONE OF OUR SERIES ON MEDIUM, TEACHING FOR LIMINAL LAB, OR PARTICIPATING IN A COHORT. THE INTENTION IS THAT WHILE ONE’S OWN PROJECT IS ACTIVE, OS MEMBERS ARE INVOLVED IN ONLINE AND OFFLINE VOLUNTEER SERVICE IN SOME WAY. THIS MAY INCLUDE WORKING AT AN EVENT OR BOOKFAIR, CURATING AN ONLINE SERIES, HELPING WITH DESIGN OR ANY OF A NUMBER OF OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS – WHEN THIS EXCHANGE DOESN’T HAPPEN, THE SYSTEM BEGINS TO ERODE. BUT THIS IS ALSO A SORT OF INTELLIGENCE. FROM THIS COMES THE LEARNING: HOW CAN WE ACTUALLY CREATE THESE SYSTEMS WHEN THERE IS SO MUCH ENTHUSIASM NOT MET WITH THE FEELING OF CAPABILITY OR RESOURCES TO ALLOW FOR ONGOING ENGAGEMENT / LABOR?
ULTIMATELY, WHEN UNDERSTOOD AS A TYPE OF COLLECTIVE RESEARCH, THE TAKEAWAY IS STILL PROFOUND AND ONE OFFERING GROWTH: NOT THAT ANYONE IS NECESSARILY AT FAULT, BUT RATHER THAT WE MUST INVESTIGATE THE WAYS IN WHICH FOR MANY OF US, OUR BODIES AND MINDS FEEL INCAPACITATED TOWARDS ADDING SPECULATIVE MODEL BUILDING, EVEN WHEN WE KNOW THE VALUE OF THE THING. THE QUESTION OF HOW TO ADAPT OUR BODY-MINDS TO THIS WORK, AND TO UNDERSTAND THE ENTRENCHED CONDITIONING THAT KEEPS US FROM FULLY ENGAGING IS THE GUIDING OBJECTIVE OF THE SPECULATIVE SOLIDARITIES PROJECT, THE DISRUPTOR MECHANISM PROTOCOL, AND OTHER WORKSHOPS LED BY ELÆ.
OVER THE YEARS, MONTHLY AND/OR QUARTERLY OPEN SYSTEM INVITATIONAL MEETINGS HAVE BEEN HELD BY ELÆ FOR THE COMMUNITY, IN ADDITION TO THE MONTHLY COHORT MEETINGS, AND THROUGH THESE MEETINGS (AND THEN MORE SPORADIC ONES AND CORRESPONDENCE AS ATTENDANCE WAS LOW) COLLECTIVE DECISION MAKING PROCESSES HAVE REMAINED CENTRAL TO OS OPERATIONS AND PIVOTS TO THE MODEL AND/OR FUNCTIONING OF THE SYSTEM.
ACTIVE OS OPERATOR-MEMBERS, 2022:
OS DEVELOPER / CREATIVE DIRECTOR / FOUNDER: ELÆ MOSS – also handles: Bookkeeping, Accounting, Vendor Coordination, Administrative Coordination and Maintenance, Volunteer Organization, Liminal Lab Registration, Communications, Research and Development, etc
COHORT MEMBERS: [Autonomous Mechanics Field Cohort / Year-Book Cohort, 2022] Noah Ortega, Thomas Choinacky, Yvonne Shortt, Joe Nasta, Ashna Ali, Edwin Torres; Sherese Francis, Orchid Tierney, mónica teresa ortiz, Elizabeth Hassler, Andrea Mazzariello, Liz Liguori; Elæ Moss, Stanford Cheung, Bryanna Bradley, Dillon McNamara, Chiwan Choi.
LIMINAL LAB FACILITATORS: see here
OPERATING SYSTEM APPRENTICE: OPEN ACCESS LIBRARY focus – Taylor Ingrassia [paid internship via Rollins College]
OPERATING SYSTEM APPRENTICE: OPEN RESOURCE HUB / ACCESS MATERIALS focus – Avianna Miller [Drew University]
ELÆ MOSS (fka Lynne DeSilva-Johnson)
Facilitator, System Builder, Curator, Publisher, Webmaster, Lifehacker, Composter, Mycologist, Alchemist.
Welcome to The Operating System & Liminal Lab!
I’m Elæ, (they/them/xe/per), an artist-researcher and system builder, and the founder, developer and facilitator of this amorphous, evolving organism, and I’m so very glad you’re here. I hope this system can support you in building your best possible creative life — to reclaim the joy and wonder of it, by hacking your way to sustainable, thrivable practices.
First, let me tell you a little about myself, and how I landed here — I imagine your story might have some similarities to my own.
I don’t remember when I stopped saying that I’d be an artist when I grew up, but somewhere along the way I got the message that it wasn’t really an option, practically speaking. So I kept making art, writing, playing music, and inventing, but sidelined these joys, even shaming these inclinations as, ultimately, self-indulgent.
Growing up in a socio-economically challenged household excelling in school, getting into the best colleges, and making prudent decisions about my financial future were paramount concerns — but despite this I never truly connected to an established “career” path (even after completing a masters in Urban Design) instead choosing to continue along as an academic, as cultural anthropology suited my rabid-seeker nature, entering an esteemed doctoral program in my mid 20’s.
Ironically, what I observed about higher academia in those years (and in teaching as an adjunct at CUNY for the decade that would follow; I’m now an Adjunct Professor at Pratt Institute) made me fear more about the negative outcomes of our current educational system than anything else — and then, studying mid-century American politics and poetics in particular led me back away from claims of objectivity and “truth” and towards a major revelation wherein I came to believe that creative practice was perhaps the most important thing we still do as humans – a space in which questioning, wonderment, and awe are able to trump apathy and internal programming, bridging and connecting across language and barriers of all types: our best hope if humanity and the ecology that supports it are to survive… ergo, a dedication to supporting its flourishing became paramount. Enter The OS.
I’m lucky that my need to support myself was paired with a natural inclination towards both technology and entrepreneurship — I taught myself an early version of the Adobe suite back in 1999 when no one at my college was familiar with it while on a student grant to research, create branding and write a business plan for a nascent nonprofit, The I Do Foundation, operational from 2000-2017.
This auto-didacticism continued, as I taught myself web design and basic coding, started and maintained a blog beginning in 2003, and engaged with any variety of passive-income possibilities, from the clunky cafe press shops days forward. Always looking for different and more, I participated in citizen journalism projects like Broowaha, played around with early versions of fellow Swattie Justin Hall’s PMOG/Nethernet, and generally became an early adopter of social tech. And then somehow, for 15 years, I served as a freelance business consultant, providing systems, design, language, and management support to dozens of individuals and organizations, preaching agile before I knew what to call it.
But I digress.
The point is this: I learned an enormous amount in the radical technology and entrepreneurship spaces I entered seeking new, viable, transformative outlets for my own creativity. I learned about Open Source and the P2P movement, connected with thought leaders all over the world, and I schooled myself in radical economics — ultimately, I found business models with which creators, with some education and encouragement, could transform their communities and their lives.
With which, just maybe, I could too.
Whether working with individuals, organizations, or more informal groups, my raison d’être is evolution. Above all, I’m interested in our unique capacity as an intelligent organism to constantly adapt and level up our abilities, our systems, and – as a result – our satisfaction with life.
Inspired by biological systems – and committed to considering our impact, always, on our environment — my passion is helping others to learn (and build!) agile, sustainable, efficient practices and models for the best possible life lived here, together, in the anthropocene (such as it is), and to encourage Open Source / P2P sharing of our learning along the way, for the good of the whole.
I’m encouraged and inspired by the cross disciplinary learning environments still very much alive in the archives of the Bauhaus and Black Mountain College, and by the expansive, revolutionary learning experiments exploding everywhere today both online and off — I think we can break out of our silos and influence our life and this planet in ways we’ve only imagined.
And that’s why the OS exists. There’s a way to create artifacts and documents to alter the ontological field and to challenge the questions of why we publish, how we publish, what we publish, and who gets to do it. Since the day I posted this bio originally it’s said on this page: “Once we turn into just another press, I’ll close the chapter,” and I’ve meant it. It’s also true that if people treat the OS like just another press, that’s intelligence to take to the drawing board, to see how else to approach this experiment.
I hope you’ll take some time to explore the diverse resources here online or order any of our print volumes to learn more about who we are and what we do. The website is woefully, continuously imperfect and often a step behind our incredible work on the ground, but — even though I work with hundreds and hundreds of co-creators, most days I’m just one person on a mission… and miraculously, over the years we’ve now produced well over a hundred print projects, not to mention hundreds of events, open source resources and tools, and now the fully open access teaching platform that is Liminal Lab.
Growing pains! Accepting the flaws and limitations, even while challenging them, is part of the game.
As I like to say,
In Solidarity and Possibility
Adra Raine – Want-Catcher 
Alaina Ferris – While Listening 
Alex Crowley – Improper Maps 
Alexis Quinlan – An Admission as a Warning Against the Value of Our Conclusions 
Amanda Ngoho Reavey – MARILYN 
Andrea Mazzariello – One More Revolution 
Anne Gorrick – An Absence So Great And Spontaneous It Is Evidence Of Light 
Anton Yakovlev – Neptune Court 
Anurak Saelow – Schema 
Ariel Resnikoff (with Jerome Rothenberg and Mikhl Likht) – TEN FOUR :: Poems, Translations, Variations  (trans. Resnikoff, Stephen Ross)
Ashraf Fayadh – Instructions Within  (trans. Mona Kareem)
Bill Considine – Strange Coherence , The Furies 
blake nemec – Sharing Plastic 
Bonnie Emerick – Ventriloquy 
Caits Meissner – Let it Die Hungry 
Chely Lima – What the Werewolf Told Them / Lo Que Les Dijo El Licantropo  (trans. Margaret Randall)
Connie May Oliver – cosmos a personal voyage by carl sagan anne druyan steven soter and me 
Chloë Bass – The Book of Everyday Instruction 
Davy Knittle – Cyclorama 
Erick Sáenz – Sussuros a mi Padre 
Filip Marinovich – The Suitcase Tree 
Gabriel Ojeda-Sague – Jazzercise is a Language 
Gregory Crosby – Spooky Action at a Distance ; Walking Away from Explosions in Slow Motion 
Gregory Randall – Estar allí Entonces: Recuerdos de Cuba 1969-1983 / To Have Been There Then  (trans. Margaret Randall)
Israel Domiguez – Return Trip / Viaje Al Regreso; Duel Language Edition (trans. Margaret Randall) 
Ivy Johnson – Born Again 
Jacq Greya – Greater Grave 
Jacklyn Janeksela – Fitting a Witch / Hexing the Stitch 
Jared Schickling – Needles of Itching Feathers 
Jeff Musillo – Can You See That Sound 
Jeffrey Cyphers Wright – Radio Poems 
Jerome Rothenberg (with Harold Cohen) – Flower World Variations Expanded Edition 
Jerome Rothenberg (with Ariel Resnikoff and Mikhl Likht) – TEN FOUR :: Poems, Translations, Variations  (trans. Resnikoff, Stephen Ross)
Jessica Tyner – Secret-Telling Bones 
John Kropa (with Lancelot Runge) – Talk About Man Proof 
Johnny Damm – Science Of Things Familiar 
Joseph Cuillier – The Sensitive Boy Slumber Party Manifesto 
Judith Goldman – agon 
Juliet P (JP) Howard – Say/Mirror [2015; expanded 2nd edition 2016]
Lancelot Runge (with John Kropa) – Talk About Man Proof 
Leslie Anne Wheeler – Abandoners 
Margaret Rhee – Love, Robot 
Mark DuCharme – We, The Monstrous 
Mark Gurarie – Everybody’s Automat 
Maryam Parhizkar – Pull, A Ballad 
Mehdi Navid – The Book of Sounds 
Melissa Eleftherion Carr – field guide to autobiography 
Michael Flatt and Derrick Mund – Chlorosis 
Mikhl Likht (with Jerome Rothenberg and Ariel Resnikoff) – TEN FOUR :: Poems, Translations, Variations  (trans. Resnikoff, Stephen Ross)
Peter Longofono – Chords 
Peter Milne Greiner – Executive Producer Chris Carter , Lost City Hydrothermal Field 
Rebecca Lazier (with Dan Trueman, Sō Percussion and Mobius Percussion) – There Might Be Others 
Shabnam Piryaei – Nothing Is Wasted 
Sō Percussion – A Gun Show 
Sparrow – How to Survive the Coming Collapse of Civilization 
Stanford Cheung – Any Seam or Needlework 
Stephanie Heit – The Color She Gave Gravity 
Steve Danziger – Moons Of Jupiter/Tales From The Schminke Tub 
Susan Charkes – sp. 
Tony Hoffman – The Sword of Things 
Wally Swist – Singing For Nothing 
ANTHOLOGIES / COLLECTIONS / PERFORMANCE PROJECTS – contributors
A GUN SHOW  – Edited by Sō Percussion, Adam Sliwinski, & Elæ Moss [Lynne DeSilva-Johnson] – Contributors: Ain Gordon, Emily Johnson, Eric Cha-Beach, Jason Treuting, & Josh Quillen.
EN EL SECADERO DE ALMAS / IN THE DRYING SHED OF SOULS  – Edited and translated by Katherine M. Hedeen & Víctor Rodríguez Nuñez – Works by Isaily Pérez González, Jamila Medina Ríos, Javier Marimón Miyares, Legna Rodríguez Iglesias, Leymen Pérez García, Liuvan Herrera Carpio, Luis Yuseff, Marcelo Morales Cintero, Moisés Mayán Fernández, Oscar Cruz, & Sergio García Zamora.
EXECUTIVE ORDERS VOL. II  – Edited by Elæ Moss [Lynne DeSilva-Johnson] & Organism for Poetic Research – Contributors: Amy Howden-Chapman, Andrew Gorin, Anna Kreienberg, Anne-Britt Starli, Annie Bielski, Archibald Sadynayskiy, Arthur Menezes Brum, Carol Mirakove, Celia Daniels, Courtney Stephens, David Hobbs, Derek Lee, Doris Vila Licht, Elena Callahan, Errol Styles, Gabrielle Fazevedo, Heyrling Oropeza, Ian Dreiblatt, Jake Kennedy, Janet Klein, Joe Cogen, John Melillo, Joshua Matthews, Kaisa Holt, Kate Angus, Kerrilee Hunter, Kimberly Adams, Kimberly Quiogue Andrews, Lauren Neefe, Lina (age 10), Lola (age 9), Maria Bowler, Marina Weiss, Maryam Gunja, Matthew Corey, MC Hyland, Nate Preus, Orchid Tierney, Paco Marquez, Pakeezah, Rachael Wilson, Rachel Levitsky, Rejaur Rahman, Ronald S., Sandy Mandel, Sparrow X., Tiziana La Melia, Weze, xtian w., Zane Koss, & Anonymous.
INSTITUTION IS A VERB – Edited by Panoply Performance Lab (Ayana Evans, Elizabeth Lamb, Esther Neff [founder], & Tsedaye Makonnen) – Contributors: Abigail Levine, Akiko Ichikawa, Alex Sullivan, Amelia Marzec, Amy Finkbeiner, Anja Ibsch, Anna Mikaela Ekstrand, Anya Liftig, Ayana Evans, april vendetta, Bryan McCorkie, Charlene Vickers, Chloë Bass, Christen Clifford, Clarinda Mac Low, Day De Dada, Diane Dwyer, Dominique Duroseau, Elizabeth Lamb, Eset (Simone) Johnson, Esther Neff, Gavin Tao, Gelsey Bell, Geraldo Mercado, Helen Yung, Honey McHoney, Iran Sanadzadeh, IV Castellanos, Jean Carla Rodea, Jenna Kline, Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Joël Verwimp, Johanna Gilje, Justin Sterling, Kaia Gilje, Leili Huzaibah, Lindsey Drury, Lorene Bouboushian, Maria Hupfield, Ni’Ja Whitson, Polina Riabova, Rae Goodwin, Raha Behnam, Raki Malhotra, Setare Arashloo, Shawn Escarciga, Sierra Ortega, Sophie Merrison, Teena Lange, Thea Little, Tsedaye Makonnen, Valerie Kuehne, & Zhenesse Heinemann.
OF COLOR: POETS’ WAYS OF MAKING  – Edited by Amanda Galvan Huynh & Luisa A. Igloria – Works by Abigail Licad, Addie Tsai, Ching-In Chen, Craig Santos Perez, Ernesto L. Abeytia, José Angel Araguz, Kenji Liu, Khadijah Queen, Mai Der Vang (Foreword), Melissa Coss Aquino, Ocean Vuong, Remica L. Bingham-Risher, Sasha Pimentel, Tim Seibles, Tony Robles, & Wendy Gaudin.
THERE MIGHT BE OTHERS  – Edited by Dan Trueman & Rebecca Lazier – Contributors: Agnieszka Kryst, Alex Appel, Anna Schön, Christopher Ralph, Cori Kresge, Davison Scandrett, Dylan Greene, Jan Lorys, Jessica Tsang, Luz Carime Santa-Coloma, Mantra Percussion (Al Cerulo, Joe Bergen, Jude Traxler), Maria Baranova, Mary Jo Mecca, Metin Çavuş, Möbius Percussion (David Degge, Frank Tyl, Mika Godbole, Yumi Tamashiro), Mocean Dance, Natalie Green, Naomi Ehrich Leonard, Pawel Sakowicz, raja feather kelly, Ramona Nagabczynska, Rhonda Baker, Sara Coffin, Saúl Ulerio, Simon Courchel, Sō Percussion (Adam Sliwinski, Eric Cha-Beach, Jason Treuting, Josh Quillen), Sydney Schiff, & Tan Temel.
[Note: Cover design for all titles was done by Elæ Moss unless stated otherwise.]
Agnieszka Brzezanska – Śnienie / Dreaming  – cover features art from Brzezanska’s series “Sound Waves, Light Waves, Dance Waves”
Alpe Romero – Street Gloss  – drawings
Barbara Byers – OS CHAPBOOK SERIES 2017: INCANTATIONS – asemic drawings featured in cover art
Caits Meissner – Y  – earlier rendering of Meissner’s “Y” used as source material in cover art
Chizuko Osato – Kawsay: La Llama De La Selva / Kawsay: The Flame Of The Jungle  – illustrations
Daphne Taylor – OS CHAPBOOK SERIES 2016: OF SOUND MIND – quilt drawings featured in cover art
Deva H. Navarro – The Relativity of Living Well  – cover art
Elæ Moss [Lynne DeSilva-Johnson] – OS CHAPBOOK SERIES 2014: BY HAND – original cover design (photos courtesy of the poets); OS CHAPBOOK SERIES 2018: TALES – original cover design; OS CHAPBOOK SERIES 2020: BLOOM, MUTATION, ENTROPY, CATALYST, BRINE – original cover design
Emma Steinkraus – OS CHAPBOOK SERIES 2015: OF SYSTEMS OF – original cover art
Farid Bayan – High Tide of the Eyes  – cover art: “My Eyes,” from Under Surveillance, 2012
Gwynneth VanLaven – The Color She Gave Gravity  – cover, interior photos from VanLaven’s series “The Visibility Color”
Harold Cohen – Flower World Variations (Expanded Edition)  – cover, interior computer drawings/paintings
Heidi Reszies – OS CHAPBOOK SERIES 2019 – original cover art
Iman Raad – The Book of Sounds  – cover art
Jimena Schlepfer – Híkuri (Peyote)  – cover art uses original painting “Trilobite King”
John E. Daniel – The Furies  (with Toyo Tsuchiya) – front cover photo
Joo Young Choi – Marilyn  – paintings featured in front and back covers
Jose Parlá (with JR) – Viaje de Regreso / Return Trip  – street art from “Wrinkles of the City” featured in the cover
JR (with Jose Parlá) – Viaje de Regreso / Return Trip  – street art from “Wrinkles of the City” featured in the cover
Juan Kasari – Opera on TV  – Cover uses art from Kasari’s “It was meant to be a perfect society” series (2008-10), with permission
Kevin William Reed – CHAPBOOK SERIES 2013: WOODBLOCK – original prints
Laura Jacobson – Hypermobilities  – cover art features “Molecular Route,” a 2018 monoprint image from Jacobson’s Topography of Being series
Liz Barr – Jazzercise is a Language  – Front and back covers use original photographs c. 2017
Michael Sgan-Cohen – Unnatural Bird Migrator  – work used with permission from the artist’s estate
Patte Loper – An Exercise in Necromancy  – cover art: “Until I Hear You Sigh Here,” (2009), used with permission
Rivka Weinstock – Unnatural Bird Migrator  – design, using the OS Open Design Protocol
Rupert Glimm – The Ways of the Monster  – cover image is a detail from “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” used with permission from the artist
Suchitra Mattai – Chlorisis  – Cover features “Ambiguity in the Face of the Cause,” 2017; Of Color: Poets’ Ways of Making  – front cover: “There’s a rain cloud in my garden, if only I had a garden,” 2017, back cover: “Plan B,” 2017
Tonel – En El Secadero De Almas / In The Drying Shed Of Souls  – Cover art uses: El vuelo (Estudio para una ilustración publicada en El Caimán Barbudo) / The Flight (Study for an Illustration Published in El Caimán Barbudo), 1982. Provided by/used with permission from the artist.
Toyo Tsuchiya – The Furies  (with John E. Daniel) – back cover photo, many internal photos
Wildriana María de Jesús Paulino – Marisol y El Huracán María / Monster Maria  – illustrations
Community Content Feature Contributors
In a digital age, what does it mean to produce a print document, to publish books and magazines on paper? More and more it means having a rich relationship to a community that lives and breathes both in the sensory world and on the internet; here it becomes possible to sustain and deepen conversations and connections with print contributors, collaborators, allies, and those who inspire us through their creative practice — in ways we never could purely in paper circulation. Since the Spring of 2012, the following list of astounding, committed, impassioned individuals has joined in sharing their thoughts and words with you here through original online content – now archived for personal and community use, in the studio, at home, or in the classroom.
You are heartily encouraged to join us here.
PREVIOUS DIGITAL CONTRIBUTORS INCLUDE:
최 Lindsay, Daniel Aaron, Rachel Abramowitz, Matthew Abrams, Sam Ace, Fisayo Adeyeye, Sara Deniz Akant, Bayo Akomolafe, Sherry Akomolafe, Ashna Ali, Philip J. Ammonds, Zi Alikhan, Joel Allegretti, Brent Armendinger, Ashleigh Allen, D. Allen, Keisha-Gaye Anderson, David Andersson, Ryu Ando, Lindsey Andrews, Pilar Rodriguez Aranda, Colette Arrand, Ada Athorp, Amber Atiya, Zohar Atkins, Andre Bagoo, Lee Ballinger, Robert Balun, Anna Barsan, Jonathan Basile, Chloë Bass, Brad Baumgartner, Amy Beecher, Elana Bell, Aaron Belz, Denise Benavidos, Eric Tyler Benick, Bud Berkich, Michael Berube, Jay Besemer, Lois Bielefeld, Eliza Blue, Lindsey Boldt, Kyle Booten, Michael Boughn, Ana Bozicevic, Laura Braslow, Michael Broek, F. Douglas Brown, Lee Ann Brown, Tasha Brown, James Lowell Brunton, Catherine Bull, Sivan Butler-Rotholz, Martin Byrne, Laurel Callen, Chris Campanioni, Vahni Capildeo, Lauren Marie Cappello, Anthony Cappo, Laura Carter, Austin Case, Eric Cha-Beach, Bjoyini Chaterjee, Chia-Lun Chang, Mark Changizi, Sarah A. Chavez, Ching-In Chen, Stanford Cheung, Michael Chocholak, Thomas Choinacky, C. K. Hugo Chung, Karen Clark, Allison Cobb, Elizabeth J. Colen, Rachel Collymore, Bill Considine, Kimberly Convery, Jack Cooper, Brittany Corrigan, Chella Courington, Karen Craigo, Gregory Crosby, Alex Crowley, Rachelle Cruz, Joseph Cuillier, Mathilda Cullen, E. G. Cunningham, Johnny Damm, Maria Damon, Steve Danziger, Kristina Marie Darling, Dr. Robert Davies, Starr Davis, Bibi Deitz, Garrett Deming, Olivia Dodd, Nik De Dominic, Keith Donnell, Annaliese Downey, Tiff Dressen, Steffi Drewes, Mark DuCharme, Mel Elberg, Melissa Eleftherion, Georgia Elrod, Bonnie Emerick, Stephen Emmerson, Noah Falck, Nada Faris, Michael Farrell, Ashraf Fayadh, Lester Feder, Michael Díaz Feito, Dia Felix, Carl Ferrero, Alaina Ferris, Benjamin Fine, Jessica Fischoff, Michael Flatt, Donna Fleischer, Sherese Francis, Ariel Francisco, Anna Franklin, Thomas Fucaloro, Michael Fusco, Julian Gallo, Matt Gano, Kenning JP García, Susana Gardner, Knar Gavin, Roger Geier, Crane Giamo, Robert Gibbons, Sarah Giovanniello, Paul Gittleman, Amanda Glassman, Bob Goldberg, Judith Goldman, Aaron Goldsman, Charles Gonsalves, Keena Gonzales, Howie Good, Mike Good, Ain Gordon, Anne Gorrick, Michael Gottlieb, Lee Gough, M. Krochmalnik Grabois, Jay Grabowski, Camellia Berry Grass, Peter Milne Greiner, Jeffrey Grunthaner, Mark Gurarie, Marianna Hagler, Gyasi Hall, Diana Hamilton, Eric Harberson, Elizabeth Harlan-Ferlo, Elizabeth Hassler, Sasha Amari Hawkins, Barney Haynes, Stephanie Heit, Laura Henriksen, Natasha Herring, Lauren Hilger, Jeannie Hoag, Jen Hofer, Anna Hoff, Roxanne Hoffman, Tony Hoffman, Bob Holman, Peggy Holman, JP Howard, Sarah Huener, MC Hyland, Christopher Iacono, Sabina Ibarrola, Elio Icaza, Brenda Iijima, Jacklyn Janeksela, Ivan Jenson, Shilo Jines, Emily Johnson, Ivy Johnson, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Clare Jones, Constantine Jones, Jessica Jones, Alexandra Juhasz, Laurel Kallen, Lawrence Kaplun, Mona Kareem, Jack Kennedy, David King, Lauren Klotzman, Ginger Ko, Davy Knittle, Philip Kobylarz, Solton Komor, John Kropa, Keetje Kuipers, Daniel L’homme, Linda Lambertson, Matthew Landrum, Sam Lane, Maya Lang, Pamela Laskin, Michael Laurello, Stacey Lawrence, Rebecca Lazier, Casey Scott Leach, Max Leach, José Vicente Anaya Leal, Courtney LeBlanc, C. H. Lee, Max Leon, Brandan Leonard, Todd Lerew, Rachel Levitsky, Chely Lima, Michelle Lin, Trevor Lisa, David T. Little, Matt Longabucco, Katie Longofono, Peter Longofono, Alan Pelaez Lopez, Clara Lou, Jim Lounsbury, Clarinda Mac Low, Richard Lucyshyn, Douglas Luman, Clarinda Mac Low, Michelle Mackenzie, Danny Madden, Roberto Malini, Alexandra Manglis, Damon Ferrell Marbut, Jerika Marchan, Hune Margulies, Farzhana Marie, Filip Marinovich, Ruby Mars, Chris Martin, Shanna Maurizi, Carey Maxon, Andrea Mazzariello, Harmon McAllister, Alysse Kathleen McCanna, Jeffrey McDaniel, John McLane, Rob McLennan, Dillon McNamara, Anthony McPherson, Jessica Tyner Mehta, David Meiklejohn, Caits Meissner, Jim Meirose, Conor Messinger, Eric Meyer, MGB, Brian Mihok, Joe Milazzo, Maiga Milbourne, Lindsay Miles, Victoria Miluch, Taha Abdel Moniem, Claire Morgan, Charan P. Morris, David Moscovich, Lori Anderson Moseman, Elæ Moss [Lynne DeSilva-Johnson], Derrick Mund, Patrick Murray, Jeff Musillo, Navid Naderi, Sawako Nakayasu, Joe Nasta, Mehdi Navid, Uche Nduka, Lauren Neefe, Matt Nelson, blake nemec, Nana Nestoros, Ryan Nowlin, Sally O’Dowd, Bethany O’Grady, Gabriel Ojeda-Sague, Najee Omar, Frank Ortega, Noah Ortega, mónica teresa ortiz, Daniel Owen, Danielle Pafunda, Steve Palermo, Joe Pan, Annie Paradis, Maryam Parhizkar, J. 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