Brian Beatty is the author of two recent poetry collections, Brazil, Indiana (Kelsay Books, 2017) and Coyotes I Couldn’t See (Red Bird Chapbooks, 2016). He lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Devon Bohm graduated cum laude from Smith College with a BA in English Literature and Language and earned her MFA with a dual concentration in Poetry and Fiction from Fairfield University. While an undergraduate, she studied English and Classical Literature at University College London. Her poetry has been published in Labrys and in 2011 she was awarded the Hatfield Prize for Best Short Story. Devon is a former Editor in Chief of the Literary Arts Journal Mason’s Road and a former Adjunct Professor of English at Fairfield University. She has been featured twice in Spry’s “ABC’s of Writers” series. Devon is available for freelance projects. Contact her here.
Chanel Brenner is the author of Vanilla Milk: a memoir told in poems, (Silver Birch Press, 2014), a finalist for the 2016 Independent Book Awards and honorable mention in the 2014 Eric Hoffer awards. Her poems have appeared in New Ohio Review, Poet Lore, Rattle, Cultural Weekly, Muzzle Magazine, and others. Her poem, “July 28th, 2012” won first prize in The Write Place At the Write Time’s contest, judged by Ellen Bass.
John Burgman is the author of a book, Why We Climb, and he is a former editor at Outdoor Life magazine. He has taught at New York University, Jeju National University and elsewhere, and his fiction has appeared online and in print at, Portland Review, Chicago Literati, and other outlets.
Roger Camp is the author of three photography books including the award winning Butterflies in Flight, Thames & Hudson, 2002 and Heat, Charta, Milano, 2008. His work has appeared in numerous magazines including The New York Quarterly, New England Review and Witness.
Grace Campbell was born, raised and educated in New York. She serves as co-Managing Editor at Black River Press. Her work has appeared in The Santa Ana River Review, 5×5, No News Today and others. She currently lives and works in Olympia, Washington.
Kevin Casey is the author of And Waking… (Bottom Dog Press, 2016) and American Lotus (Glass Lyre Press, 2018), winner of the 2017 Kithara Prize. His poems have appeared recently or are forthcoming in Rust+Moth, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Pretty Owl Poetry, and Ted Kooser’s syndicated column “American Life in Poetry.” For more, visit here.
Bailey Cunningham lives in coastal Washington and is a promotional writer and freelance editor. She received her B.A. in creative writing from Western Washington University. Her work has appeared in Jeopardy Magazine.
Krista Diamond is a serial vagabond who graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in English and went on to live and work in the national parks. Her fiction has appeared in Every Day Fiction, DTLV, Dark Ink Magazine and Adelaide Magazine, for which she was a finalist for the 2017 Short Story Award. She currently resides in Las Vegas with her fiancé and her dog, Presley.You can find out more about her writing here.
Rita Feinstein is a graduate of Oregon State University’s MFA program. Her work has appeared in The Cossack Review, Menacing Hedge, Queen Mob’s Tea House, and Permafrost, among other publications.
J. A. Field’s work has been published in East Coast Literary Review, Poetry Quarterly, Common Ground Review, and Mobius: The Journal of Social Change. A short story will appear in the June edition of Bird’s Thumb.
Emma Gammans is a Calgary-based writer and researcher. She holds a BA in History from the University of Calgary and has published a number of creative works in literary journals across Canada. When she’s not writing, Emma is an avid hiker and traveller with a passion for lakeside lunching. She also works part-time as a florist. You can read more of her work here.
Evan Gorzeman’s work has appeared in ENTROPY, Criterion, and elsewhere. He is currently a MFA candidate in fiction at Columbia University.
Hannah Kroonblawd is a PhD student at Illinois State University. A graduate of the MFA program at Oregon State University, her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Yemassee, Sycamore Review, and BOAAT, among others. When she isn’t teaching or student-ing, she’s probably watering her plants or watching Chinese rom-coms.
Kate LaDew is a graduate from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BA in Studio Art.  She resides in Graham, North Carolina with her cats, Charlie Chaplin and Janis Joplin.
Audrey Lentz is a writer and poet living in Oklahoma City. She has previous work published in Westview Literary Journal, NAILED Magazine, and Inner Art Journal. She won an Honorable Mention in the annual Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc. flash fiction contest in 2017. She is has recently finished her first novel, Meek Madness, and is searching for representation.
John Lewis received a degree in art, and has been writing since early childhood. Co-founder of the Colorado based journal The Almagre Review/La Revista Almagre, he divides time between his family of four young boys, the water industry, writing, and the little Jeffersonian plot of land in his backyard. His next major project will involve petitioning city council for a 26.2 hour day.
Mary E. Lide is currently working on a collection of essays. She is a 2015 graduate of Fairfield University’s MFA program. Her writing has appeared in Welter, Hippocampus Magazine, Spry Literary Magazine, The Dr. T. J. Eckleburg Review, and The Delmarva Review.
Al Maginnes is the author of several books of poems, most recently The Next Place (Iris Press, 2017) and Music From Small Towns (Jacar Press, 2014), winner of Jacar Press’s poetry prize. He lives and teaches in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he is also music editor for Conntation and a member of Liberty Circus, a music and spoken word collective dedicated to raising money for social justice.
Carrie Mannino is a student at Yale University pursuing a B.A. in English, and hopes to concentrate in creative writing. She’s from Pittsburgh, PA, and when not writing, she can likely be found in a theater directing or hanging lights.
Laura Mayron is a graduate of Wellesley College and was born and raised in Maui, Hawaii. A queer poet, she is pursuing a PhD in queer, surrealist Spanish literature at Boston University. While at Wellesley College, worked for three years as the poetry editor for The Wellesley Review. She has won Honorable Mention in Gival Press Oscar Wilde Award and Wellesley College’s Florence Annette Wing Prize for Poetry. Laura has been previously published in Vagabond City, Gravel, Glass Kite Anthology, ArLiJo (Arlington Literary Journal), and has an upcoming publication in Rising Phoenix Review. If she could go back in time, she’d have a drink with Spanish surrealists.
A resident of NY, Stephen Mead is a published artist, writer, maker of short collage-films and free sound collage downloads.  Feel free to put his name in any search engine in conjunction with any of the above genres for more links to his work and merchandise.
Mike Nagel‘s writing has appeared in The Awl, Hobart, Salt Hill, DIAGRAM and The Paris Review Daily.
Ioanna Opidee is a high school teacher and writer who lives in Newtown, Connecticut with her family. Her debut novel, Waking Slow, will be published in 2018 with PFP/AJAR Press.

Emily Patterson is an editor and writer in Columbus, Ohio. She studied English and Music at Ohio Wesleyan University and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Education at Ohio State University.

Diane Payne’s most recent publications include: Obra/Artiface, Map Literary Review, Watershed Review, Tishman Review, Whiskey Island, Kudzu House QuarterlySuperstition ReviewBlue Lyra Press, Fourth RiverCheat River Review.,The Offing, Elke: A little Journal, Souvenir Literary JournalMadcap Review and Outpost 19.  Diane is the author of Burning Tulips (Red Hen Press) and  co-author of  Delphi Series 5 chapbook.  She is the MFA Director at University of Arkansas at Monticello.
Krystal Powers is a teacher and writer living in the Boston area. Her writing can be found in Bustle and Hippocampus. Find her on Twitter.
Fabio Sassi makes photos and acrylics using tiny objects and things that are hidden, discarded, or considered to have no worth by the mainstream.

Fabio lives and works in Bologna, Italy. His work can be viewed here.

Rochelle Jewel Shapiro is the author of Miriam the Medium (Simon & Schuster) and Kaylee’s Ghost, an Indie Finalist. Like her heroine, she is a professional psychic. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times (Lives), Newsweek, and more. Her poetry has been nominated twice for Pushcart Prizes. She won the Brandon Memorial Literary Award. Currently, she teaches at UCLA Extension. Learn more about her here.
Sarah Sky is a self-taught artist working in acrylic and mixed media. Born in France and raised in Morocco, she now lives in Guatemala. She is a dreamer, an optimist, and a citizen of the world.
Kelly Grace Thomas is the winner of the 2017 Neil Postman Award for Metaphor from Rattle, a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee and a Best of the Next nominee. BOAT/BURNED, her first full-length collection, is forthcoming from YesYes Books. Kelly’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in: DIAGRAM, Tinderbox, Nashville Review, Sixth Finch, Muzzle, PANK and more. Kelly was also a 2016 Fellow for the Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop. Kelly currently works to bring poetry to underserved youth as the Manager of Education and Pedagogy for Get Lit-Words Ignite. She is also the co-author of Words Ignite: Explore, Write and Perform, Classic and Spoken Word Poetry (Literary Riot). She is also the founder of FeministWrites, a creative collective that connects and champions feminist voices. She lives in Los Angeles. For more please visit her here.
Nadia Wolnisty is a poet, artist, and performer in Dallas, Texas. Her poems have appeared in MadSwirl.Com, Apogee, Haggard and Halloo, Essay Daily, White Rock Zine Machine, and the Art Uprising anthology, Desolate Country, among others. Her debut chapbook, Manual, was published in 2017 by Cringe-Worthy Poets, who also published her line illustrations for James Barrett Rodehaver’s chapbook Time Travel for Daydreamers vol. 1 and 2. Her second chapbook, A Zoo, is available for pre-order from Finishing Line Press. Her first full-length poetry collection, Signposts, is forthcoming from Spartan Press, April 2018.