ROBIN GOWis the author of OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL DEGENERACY (Tolsun Books 2020) and the chapbook HONEYSUCKLE (Finishing Line Press 2019). Their poetry has recently been published in POETRY, New Delta Review, and Roanoke Review. They is a graduate student and professor at Adelphi University pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing. They is the Editor at Large for Village of Crickets and Social Media Coordinator for Oyster River Pages Read more →
AMY ELLIS has a BA in Creative Writing from Longwood University and a MA in Digital Publishing from Oxford Brookes University. She is a self-published author and works in rights and licensing in the UK publishing industry. Read more →
JESSE DELONG‘s work has appeared in Colorado Review, Mid-American Review, American Letters and Commentary, Indiana Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, and Typo, as well as the anthologies Best New Poets 2011 and Feast: Poetry and Recipes for a Full Seating at Dinner. His chapbooks, Tearings, and Other Poems and Earthwards, were released by Curly Head Press. Read more →
EMILY DROMGOLD is a junior at Wellesley College studying creative writing, Chinese and music. She’s interested in the intersections between the arts and how they rely on one another to express what it means to be human. Her most recent publication acceptances were to Z Publishing, Lily Poetry Review, Paragon Press and the Otherwise Engaged Journal. Besides writing, she also loves spending time with friends and family, playing piano and dancing. Read more →
LAETITIA BURNS has been writing poetry since age ten. She lives in Los Angeles and is the assistant of a famous Hollywood comedy writer. Read more →
TIM FAGAN spends his days writing poetry and fiction in a converted piano factory near Boston, Massachusetts. His poetry has appeared in Chariton Review, The Avalon Literary Review, Wild Violet, The Mystic Blue Review, and elsewhere. His first novel, Killing Shore, was published in 2018. Read more →
JENSEN MCRAE is in her final year at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, majoring in popular music performance with an emphasis in songwriting. Jensen was born and raised in Los Angeles, graduating from Harvard-Westlake in 2015, where she won the John K. Sandifer Award for creative writing and competed on the school’s slam poetry team in her junior and senior years. Jensen’s poetry has been published in *Hooligan, Into the Void,* *Occulum*, and *Alchemy, *and is forthcoming from *Foglifter. *In March 2018, Jensen came in second place at the USC Undergraduate Writer’s Conference for her collection of poems, *Requiem for Bundy*. In March 2019, she came in second place at the USC Undergraduate Writer’s Conference for her collection of poems, *Manic Pixie American Dream.* She has written four novel manuscripts, four feature screenplays, several short screenplays, and hundreds of songs and poems. Read more →
JASON B CRAWFORD is black, bi-poly-queer, and a damn force of nature. In addition to being published in online literary magazines, such as BeLightFilled and The Knight’s Library, Jason is a recurring host poet for Ann Arbor OUTFest. He is currently working on publishing his second volume of poetry, and will be Ann Arbor Poetry’s featured poet in March 2019.
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JOHN L. BYRNE is a queer writer from Nebraska, currently living in Charleston, South Carolina, where he is a second year MFA Candidate in poetry at the College of Charleston. He currently works in a haunted bookstore and as a teaching assistant for creative writing classes in poetry. He has work forthcoming in 2019 from Roanoke Review.
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PAUL REYN is a poet from New Hampshire who enjoys skiing, birdwatching, and other outdoor activities. Read more →