Author and curator Max G. Morton’s words have yet to fail the hungry global tribe of whom he speaks, and all of his works are coveted collector’s items. Morton currently runs Heartworm Press alongside Wesley Eisold, and resides in the West Village. He has written lyrics for and performed with Cold Cave (on Cremations) and has performed alongside Boyd Rice, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, and John Joseph.
Johanna Constantine was a founding member of the Blacklips performance group in New York’s East Village circa 1992. She continues to collaborate with co-founder Antony Hegarty, notably lending her talents to the music video for “Epilepsy is Dancing” by Antony and the Johnsons. In addition to her numerous solo performances, Constantine has collaborated with Charles Atlas and William Basinski.
Sebastian Mlynarski was born in a sulfur-mining town in Poland. At the age of fourteen he left his home and immigrated to New York, where he works as a photographer. His work has been exhibited at Peres Projects, Silver Shed, the Gowanus Studio, Fuse Gallery, Live With Animals, and Verge Gallery.
F. Sean Martin is a musician, songwriter, and producer best known for his near-decade spent playing guitar for the Connecticut hard-core band Hatebreed. He recently produced the album Depart From Me by New York underground rapper Cage, and is a member of XO Skeletons. He currently resides in Connecticut where he is co-owner of Brass City Tattoo.