James H Duncan is the editor of Hobo Camp Review, a former editor with Writer's Digest, an independent bookshop reviewer at The Bookshop Hunter, and a self-described literary hobo, preferring to stick close to diners, used book stores, dive bars, train station platforms, and your couch. He currently resides in upstate New York. Visit www.jameshduncan.com for more info about his books, including Feral Kingdom (Kung Fu Treachery Press), We Are All Terminal But This Exit Is Mine (Unknown Press, 2017) and Nights Without Rain (Alpine Ghost Press, 2018).
Rachel Nix is the associate editor of Hobo Camp Review. Rachel lives in Northwest Alabama, a place where pine trees outnumber people rather nicely, but is guilty of running off fairly frequently to see the country from other people’s couches. She divides her time as an editor for cahoodaloodaling, Screen Door Review, and now Hobo Camp Review. She also edited the international collection America Is Not the World and is finishing off her first collection of poetry. She can be followed at @rachelnix_poet on Twitter.