Katherine Eulensen's poems have appeared in The Seattle Review, The Los Angeles Review, Cutbank, and elsewhere. She lives and works in the Pacific Northwest. keulensen@gmail.com

John Gallaher's forthcoming book of poetry is Brand New Spacesuit (BOA 2020). He lives in rural Missouri and co-edits The Laurel Review. jjgallaher@hotmail.com

Kim Garcia is the author of DRONE, Tales of the Sisters, Madonna Magdalene, and The Brighter House. She teaches creative writing at Boston College. kimgarcia.submit@gmail.com

Elizabeth Hamilton is a writer living in Dallas whose work has appeared in The Dallas Morning News, D Magazine and The Woven Tale Press, among other publications. Earlier this year, her short fiction was featured at the Dallas Museum of Art as part of Texas Bound, the Texan's version of Selected Shorts. Currently, she is working on her M.F.A in fiction writing at Seattle Pacific University. elizabethannehamilton1@gmail.com

Ann Keniston is the author of the poetry collection The Caution of Human Gestures (Wordtech 2005) and a chapbook, November Wasps: Elegies (Finishing Line 2013), as well as several scholarly books on recent American poetry. A recipient of Nevada Arts Council Artist Fellowships in 2017 and 2019, she has recently published poems in third coast, Water-Stone, Yale Review, and Gettysburg Review. She is a professor of English at the University of Nevada and lives in Reno, NV. keniston.blogs.unr.edu

Jesse Kirkpatrick graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland with a BA in English and is pursuing an MFA in Fiction at George Mason University. Previously, his work has been published in Larks Fiction Magazine and Fiction on the Web. jkirkpatrick10@gmail.com

Jeff Knorr is the author of four books of poetry: The Color of a New Country (Mammoth Books), The Third Body (Cherry Grove Collections), Keeper (Mammoth Books), and Standing Up to the Day (Pecan Grove Press). A former Poet Laureate for the city and county of Sacramento, California, he is Professor of literature and creative writing at Sacramento City College. knorrJ@scc.losrios.edu

Jason McCall holds an MFA from the University of Miami. He is an Alabama native, and he teaches at the University of North Alabama. The poems in this issue are from A Man Ain't Nothin', his upcoming collection from the Porkbelly Press. His other collections include Two-Face God; Dear Hero,; Silver; Mother, Less Child; and I Can Explain. He and P.J. Williams are co-editors of It Was Written: Poetry Inspired by Hip-Hop.

Natalie Mucker's work has appeared or is forthcoming in New Millennium Writings, Writing on the Edge, and The Louisville Review. She was a finalist in Boulevard's Nonfiction Contest for Emerging Writers in 2018, and is working toward her MFA in creative writing at Spalding University in Louisville. natalie.mucker@gmail.com

Adam Tavel's third poetry collection, Catafalque, won the 2017 Richard Wilbur Award (University of Evansville Press, 2018). adamtavel.com

Laura Hulthen Thomas heads the undergraduate creative writing program at the University of Michigan's Residential College, where she teaches fiction and creative nonfiction. Her work has appeared in Witness, Epiphany, The Cimarron Review, and other places. Her short story collection, States of Motion (Wayne State University Press, 2017) was a finalist for a Foreword Reviews Indie Award. The collection was also named a Notable Debut by Poets & Writers (July/August 2017) and featured in that magazine's "50 Over 50" feature (Nov/Dec 2017). lcthomas@umich.edu