Julie Benesh 's writing has been published in Tin House Magazine, Bestial Noise: The Tin House Fiction Reader, Crab Orchard Review, Florida Review, Gulf Stream, Berkeley Fiction Review, Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Bridge, and other places. She has received an Illinois Arts Council Grant, earned an MFA in fiction from Warren Wilson College, lives in Chicago and is a professor and program director at a school of professional psychology. juliebnsh@gmail.com

Dawn Corrigan's poetry and prose have appeared widely in print and online, and her masthead credits include Western Humanities Review, Girls with Insurance, and Otis Nebula, where she currently serves as assistant editor. She works in the affordable housing industry and lives in Myrtle Grove, FL. www.dawncorrigan.com

Karen Craigo is the Poet Laureate of the State of Missouri, as well as the author of two full-length poetry collections: Passing Through Humansville (Sundress, 2018) and No More Milk (Sundress, 2016). Professionally, she is the editor and general manager of a small Missouri weekly newspaper, The Marshfield Mail. She lives with her husband, two sons, and two cats in Springfield, Missouri. betterviewofthemoon.blogspot.com

Emma DePanise's poems are forthcoming or have appeared recently in journals such as Poet Lore, Puerto del Sol, Quarterly West, The National Poetry Review, Passages North and elsewhere. She is a winner of a 2019 AWP Intro Journals Award. She is currently an MFA candidate at Purdue University and an editor for The Shore Poetry, an online poetry journal. emmadepanise@gmail.com

Renee Emerson is the author of Threshing Floor (Jacar Press, 2016) and Keeping Me Still (Winter Goose Publishing, 2014). Her poems have appeared in such journals as Perspectives, Still, and Valley Voices. Born in Tennessee, she currently resides in Missouri and teaches online courses for Indiana University. www.ReneeEmerson.wordpress.com

Kellie Fahy is a Florida State University graduate, with a degree in creative writing and classical civilizations. She was a member of the marching band and basketball pep band at FSU and spent a lot of her free time participating in service events for the community. This is her first published work. kelliefahy@yahoo.com

Meredith Davies Hadaway, Poetry Editor Emerita, has three published collections of poetry—most recently, At the Narrows, winner of the Delmarva Book Prize for Creative Writing. Her work has also appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review, The Cincinnati Review, Harpur Palate, New Ohio Review, Rhino, Salamander, and Valparaiso Poetry Review, among other journals. She has received fellowships from the Virginia Center for Creative Arts and from the Maryland State Arts Council. mhadaway2@washcoll.edu

Jeffrey Kingman is the winner of the 2012 Revolution House Flash Fiction Contest, the Red Berry Editions 2015 Broadside Contest, and the 2018 Eyelands Book Award for an unpublished poetry book. He was also a finalist in the 2018 Hillary Gravendyk Prize book competition. His poetry chapbook, On a Road, was published by Finishing Line Press in December 2019. He has a Master's degree in Music Composition. jkingman@mindspring.com

Erik Harper Klass has published stories in Europe and North America. His work has appeared in a variety of journals, including New England Review and Open: Journal of Arts and Letters, where he was a featured writer in December 2019. He writes in Los Angeles, CA. www.erikharperklass.com

Michael Lavers' poems and essays have appeared in many journals, such as Crazyhorse, The Columbia Review, Smartish Pace, Best New Poets 2015, and Hayden's Ferry Review. michael.lavers@gmail.com

Suzanne O'Connell's work has appeared in North American Review, Poet Lore, The Menacing Hedge, Steam Ticket, and elsewhere. She was awarded second place in the 2019 Poetry Super Highway poetry contest. Her two poetry collections, A Prayer for Torn Stockings and What Luck, were published by Garden Oak Press. suzanneoconnell-poet.net