Amar Benchikha is an American writer born and raised in western Europe whose short fiction has appeared in The Carolina Quarterly, The MacGuffin, New Plains Review, River and South Review, and elsewhere. He currently lives in northern Italy.

Essah Cozett Díaz is a Liberian-American poet, born and raised in Georgia. She is currently a Ph.D. student in Caribbean Literature and Languages at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras campus. Her poems have appeared in Jalada Africa, The Black Fork Review, Penumbra Online, The Caribbean Writer, Moko Magazine, Interviewing the Caribbean, and elsewhere.

Jacqueline Henry is a New York-based writer/editor and creative writing instructor. Her poetry credits include California Quarterly, El Portal, Evening Street, Writer’s Digest, among others.

Katherine Hoerth is the author of five poetry collections, including the forthcoming Flare Stacks in Full Bloom (Texas Review Press, 2021). In 2015, she won the Texas Institute of Letters Helen C. Smith Award. Her work has been published in Atticus, Valparaiso Review, Southwestern American Literature, and elsewhere. She is an assistant professor at Lamar University and editor of Lamar University Literary Press.

Devin Jacobsen grew up in Baton Rouge. His debut novel, Breath Like the Wind at Dawn was published in 2020 by Sagging Meniscus Press.

Michael Keefe is the Events Coordinator and Publicist at Annie Bloom's Books, an independent bookstore in Portland, Oregon. His short fiction has been published in Tahoma Literary Review, Apt, Thin Air Magazine, and other journals. A former music critic, he has written for PopMatters, Sound-on-Sound, About, and others. He plays guitar and sings in local band Budget Airlines. "One Breath, and Another" is excerpted from his novel in progress.

Cameron Morse lives with his wife Lili and two children in Independence, Missouri. His first collection, Fall Risk, won Glass Lyre Press's 2018 Best Book Award. His latest is Far Other (Woodley Press, 2020). He holds an MFA from the University of Missouri—Kansas City and serves as Senior Reviews editor at Harbor Review and Poetry editor at Harbor Editions.

Jessie Raymundo teaches composition and literature at PAREF Southridge School. He is currently a graduate student at De La Salle University-Manila. He lives in a small city in the Philippines with his two cats.

Erin Wilson is the author of the poetry collection At Home with Disquiet (Circling Rivers, 2020). Her individual poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Shore, Crab Creek Review, The South Carolina Review, Salamander Magazine, and elsewhere. She lives and writes in a small town in northern Ontario, Canada.