p. 4, 14, 25 Dennis Fox writes and has taught about the intersections of anarchism, law/justice, radical/critical psychology, and interpersonal connection. dennisfox.net He explores abstract, street, ft other forms of photography dennisfoxphoto.com
p. 6 Tylonn J. Sawyer lives and works in Detroit as a multidisciplinary artist educator and curator. His work juxtaposes themes of identity, both individual and collective, with investigations of race and history in popular culture. tylonn-j-sawyer.com
p. 12 Marc Lepson is a painter, printmaker, and graphic artist in New York City. His work can be seen at http://marclepson.com
p. 16 Gary Mayer was born to a family of artists. He has been making and exhibiting Art since 1980. Originally from Detroit where he exhibited often including at the Detroit Institute of Art. He moved to New York in 1982 and then to upstate NY in 2004.
p. 18 Tad McKillop is a figurative bronze sculptor from Ann Arbor, Mich. His sculptures are based on myth and folklore and relate to rites and passages universal to all humans. He creates public and private commission work in the foundry he built. His work can be seen at mckillopfineart.wixsite.com/tadmckillop
p. 22 Jim Chatelain is an artist working in Michigan and New York. His last show, ” Home is in my Head,” was at Paul Kotula Projects, Ferndale, Mich.
p. 27, 29 Orin Langelle is a photo journalist activist with Global Justice Ecology Project. His photography deals with social, economic and ecological injustice. He travels frequently to Chile where he documents the social ferment and the corporate assault on Mapuche land and environment. photolangelle.org/