Michael Chang (they/them) is the proud recipient of a Brooklyn Poets fellowship. They were invited to attend the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop at Kenyon College as well as the Omnidawn Poetry Writing Conference at Saint Mary's College of California. Their writing has been published or is forthcoming in The Minnesota Review, Yellow Medicine Review, Heavy Feather Review, UCityReview, Love's Executive Order, Glass Mountain, Thin Air, ellipsis... literature & art, and elsewhere. msc104@case.edu

Will Cordeiro has recent work appearing or forthcoming in Agni, Cimarron Review, The Cincinnati Review, DIAGRAM, Radar Poetry, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, The Threepenny Review, and elsewhere. Will's collection Trap Street won the 2019 Able Muse Book Award and is forthcoming in 2020. Will co-edits the small press Eggtooth Editions and currently lives in Guadalajara, Mexico. willcordeiro@gmail.com

Brianna Di Monda is a recent graduate of Oberlin College with a degree in French and Comparative Literature. This is her first published work of fiction. bdimonda@oberlin.edu

Robbie Gamble's works have appeared in Scoundrel Time, Solstice, RHINO, Pangyrus, and Poet Lore. He was the winner of the 2017 Carve Poetry prize. He works as a nurse practitioner caring for homeless people in Boston. rgamble70@yahoo.com

Katherine Hoerth is the author of three poetry collections, including Goddess Wears Cowboy Boots, which won the Helen C. Smith Prize for the best book of poetry in Texas in 2015. Her work has been published in journals such as Valparaiso Review, Southwestern American Literature, and Atticus. She is an Assistant Professor of English at Lamar University and serves as Editor-in-Chief of Lamar University Literary Press. kghoerth@gmail.com

Peter Leight lives in Amherst, Massachusetts. He has previously published poems in Paris Review, AGNI, Antioch Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, FIELD, and other magazines. peter.leight@gmail.com

Michail Mulvey is a retired educator who taught for over four decades at all levels, from kindergarten to college. He holds an MFA in creative writing and has had short stories published in literary magazines and journals in the US, the UK, and Ireland. He took first prize in the 2007 Southern Connecticut State University Fiction Contest. His work has appeared in such publications as Johnny America, Scholars and Rogues, The Umbrella Factory, Prole, Poydras, The Front Porch Review, Roadside Fiction, Crack the Spine, Literary Orphans, and War, Literature and the Arts. michailmulvey@sbcglobal.net

Elaine Sarazen is a high school senior at the Latin School of Chicago. This is her first published work. esarazen@lsoc.org

Melanie Sevcenko is a radio producer, reporter, and poet living in Portland, Oregon. Her poetry has been published in several journals, including Poetry Quarterly, Verse Daily, Black Heart Magazine, and The Fourth River. Her poetry chapbook, We Slept in Body Bags, Just in Case, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2013. She is currently the editor and producer of the nationally-syndicated public radio show "Live Wire" and has reported for The Guardian, Marketplace, and NPR. mellysev@gmail.com

Jane Snyder's stories have appeared in The Writing Disorder, Manque, and X-Ray Lit. She lives in Spokane. janeesnyder1955@gmail.com

Stephanie Staab is an American poet and translator living in the Black Forest, Germany. Her first chapbook, Earthling, is forthcoming in 2020 from Selcouth Station Press. currer.hooke@gmail.com

Jeanine Walker holds a Ph.D. in Creative Writing and Literature from the University of Houston. A recipient of fellowships from Artist Trust and the Jack Straw Cultural Center, she has published poems in Chattahoochee Review, Prairie Schooner, Third Coast and other journals. She teaches poetry to elementary school students through Writers in the Schools and to adults at Hugo House and works as the host for the award-winning reading series Cheap Wine & Poetry. jeaninemariewalker@gmail.com