Stephanie Adams-Santos is a Guatemalan-American writer from Portland, OR. She is the author of the forthcoming book Swarm Queen’s Crown (Fathom Books, 2016) and several chapbooks: Little Fugues (Sola Books, 2014) and The Sundering (Poetry Society of America, 2009)—selected by Linda Gregg for a New York Chapbook Fellowship.
Jordi Alonso studied English at Kenyon College and is the Turner Fellow in Poetry at Stony Brook Southampton. He’s been published in BookRiot, New Letters, The Lyric, and other journals. Honeyvoiced, his first book of poems, was published by XOXOX Press in 2014 and his chapbook, The Lovers’ Phrasebook, is forthcoming from Red Flag Poetry Service. He is the Poetry and Translation Editor of The Whale.
Matthew Baldwin is a freelance writer, photographer, and journalist from San Diego, CA. His multi-disciplinary work can be found in multiple places in print and online.
Charles Bane, Jr. is the American author of three collections of poetry including the recent “The Ends Of The Earth: Collected Poems” (Transcendent Zero Press, 2015) as well as “I Meet Geronimo And Other Stories” (Avignon Press, 2015) and “Three Seasons: Writing Donald Hall (Collection of the Houghton Library, Harvard University). He created and contributes to The Meaning Of Poetry series for The Gutenberg Project. His most recent publication is “The Ascent Of Feminist Poetry” (Transcendent Zero Press, 2015). Visit his site at: http://charlesbanejr.com
Katharine Diehl has been published in journals including Menacing Hedge, Passages North, and burntdistrict. She works in education research and lives in Queens.
Julie Feng is a writer and educator. She is from Taiwan, based in Seattle, and currently teaching in Morocco. You can reach her at juliefeng.com.
Jennifer Hanks is the author of the forthcoming chapbooks Prophet Fever (Hyacinth Girl Press), gar child (Tree Light Books), and Ghost Skin (Porkbelly Press). They were a finalist for Heavy Feather Review’s Double Take Poetry Prize, judged by Dorothea Lasky. Their recent work can be found in Arcadia, Bone Bouquet, Hermeneutic Chaos, and The Boiler, among other journals. An associate editor for Sundress Publications, they live in New Orleans and tweet at @corsetofscales.
Kirsty Logan (@kirstylogan) is the author of two story collections, A Portable Shelter and The Rental Heart & Other Fairytales, and a novel, The Gracekeepers. She lives in Glasgow and has a semicolon tattooed on her toe. Say hello at kirstylogan.com.
Chrissy Montelli is a current MFA candidate at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she also works in Student Affairs. Her poems have been published in The Adirondack Review, Atrocity Exhibition, Gandy Dancer, and elsewhere. She is originally from Long Island, NY, and was once bullied by The Washington Post for blogging about poetry not being dead.