PETER COLE: See http://www.ibiseditions.com/PeterCole/
ADINA HOFFMAN: See http://www.ibiseditions.com/AdinaHoffman/
GABRIEL LEVIN’s books of poetry are Sleepers of Beulah (Sinclair Stevenson), Ostraca (Anvil), and The Maltese Dreambook (Anvil). He has also published a book of prose, Hezekiah’s Tunnel. Levin’s translations include Yehuda Halevi’s On the Sea, Ahmed Rassim’s The Little Bookseller Oustaz Ali, as well as Poems from the Diwan, by Yehuda Halevi. His work has appeared in many literary magazines, including the TLS, PN Review, Parnassus, the Chicago Review, and Raritan. His new book of poems, To These Dark Steps, will be published by Anvil in the spring of 2012, and a collection of essays, At the Dune’s Twisted Edge, is due out with the University of Chicago Press in the fall of 2012.
The ibis in Egyptian mythology represents Thoth, scribe to the gods, maker of the palette and the ink-jar.