E. Kristin Anderson is a poet and author living in Austin, TX. She’s the co-editor of the Dear Teen Me anthology and her poetry has been published worldwide in many magazines. Kristin is the author of seven chapbooks including A Guide for the Practical Abductee, Pray, Pray, Pray: Poems I wrote to Prince in the middle of the night, 17 Days, Acoustic Battery Life, Fire in the Sky, and She Witnesses (forthcoming). E. Kristin Anderson is a co-editor at Lucky Bastard Press, and is a poetry editor at Found Poetry Review. Once upon a time she worked at The New Yorker.
Chloe N. Clark‘s work has appeared in Bartleby Snopes, Hobart, Midwestern Gothic, Sleet, and more. For her thoughts on dessert, sci-fi, and more, follow her @PintsNCupcakes.
Caroline Fairey is a Creative Writing student at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities. She enjoys baseball and looking at strangers’ tattoos. Her work has been previously published in Litmus.
Valerie San Filippo is a recent graduate of Stony Brook University’s minuscule English department, and is currently an assistant editor for Dan’s Papers. She likes to write poems about witches, murder, and rocks.
Talin Ghazarian is a recent graduate of Wellesley College. She will continue her education in art history at Cambridge, UK, this fall.
Ron Gibson, Jr. has previously appeared in Pidgeonholes, Maudlin House, The Vignette Review, Ghost City Review, Cease Cows, Spelk Fiction, Ink in Thirds, Gravel Magazine, etc. been included in various anthologies, and been nominated for two Pushcarts. He tweets at @sirabsurd.
Andy Golla was born in Greenville, SC, and has lived there ever since. He previously read for Crashtest Magazine, and will be attending Furman University in the fall.
William James is a poet, punk rocker, and train enthusiast from Manchester, NH. He is a contributing editor for Drunk In A Midnight Choir & the author of “rebel hearts & restless ghosts” (Timber Mouse, 2015). Follow him on Twitter (@thebilljim) or at http://www.williamjamespoetry.com.
Sheng Kao is 18 years old and has been published three times. She will be attending Oberlin College in the fall of 2016.
Janna Layton lives in San Francisco. Her poetry and fiction have been published or are upcoming in various literary journals, including , Appalachian Heritage, Caesura, Zone 3, and Pretty Owl Poetry. She blogs at readingwatchinglookingandstuff.blogspot.com.
Jennifer MacBain-Stephens went to NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and now lives in the DC area. She is the author of two full length poetry collections (forthcoming.) Her chapbook “Clown Machine” is forthcoming from Grey Book Press this summer. Recent work can be seen or is forthcoming at Jet Fuel Review, Pith, Freezeray, The Birds We Piled Loosely, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Inter/rupture, and decomP. Visit: http://jennifermacbainstephens.wordpress.com/.
Emilie Majarian is a UK-based digital artist & illustrator. Her interests include Robert Frost poems, survival horror videogames, existential nihilism, and smooth jazz. She is primarily nocturnal and an habitual devourer of audiobooks. She may be glimpsed on Tumblr, Twitter, and Instagram.