Barbara Daniels' Talk to the Lioness was published by Casa de Cinco Hermanas Press in 2020. Her poetry has appeared in Prairie Schooner, Mid-American Review, and elsewhere. She received a 2020 fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

Adam Day is the author of Left-Handed Wolf (LSU Press, 2020) and Model of a City in Civil War (Sarabande Books, 2015) and the recipient of a Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship for Badger, Apocrypha, and of a PEN Award. He is the editor of the forthcoming anthology, Divine Orphans of the Poetic Project (1913 Press) and is publisher of the cultural magazine Action, Spectacle.

Sharon Goldberg's work has appeared in The Gettysburg Review, New Letters, The Louisville Review, Cold Mountain Review, River Teeth, Under the Sun, Chicago Quarterly Review, The Dalhousie Review, The Manchester Review, The Antigonish Review, four anthologies and elsewhere. Two of her stories were finalists in the Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary Contest (2011 and 2012).

Peter Grandbois is the author of twelve books, the most recent of which is Everything Has Become Birds (Brighthorse 2020). His poems, stories, and essays have appeared in more than one hundred journals. His plays have been nominated for several New York Innovative Theatre Awards and have been performed in St. Louis, Columbus, Los Angeles, and New York. He is poetry editor at Boulevard magazine and teaches at Denison University in Ohio.

Clarice Hare grew up in the rural Midwestern U.S. and bounced around before settling in Florida. Her work has appeared in Datura, South Florida Poetry Journal, and Arsenika and is forthcoming in Saw Palm, LandLocked, and Rattle. Her first chapbook, Discovery Channels, is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press in fall 2021.

Lucinda Kempe's work has been published or is forthcoming in Midway Journal, New World Writing, Matter Press, The Southampton Review, and Frigg. A Stony Brook MFA graduate, her memoir Mummy, Mamoo, Maud Ellen & Me (The Dirty Debutantes' Daughter), which is excerpted in this issue, is seeking representation.

David Dodd Lee is a poet, fiction writer, and visual artist. He has published ten books of poems, including Oprhan, Indiana (Akron University Press), and The Nervous Filaments (Four Way Books), as well as two books of John Ashbery erasure poems. New poems have appeared or are forthcoming in TriQuarterly, Copper Nickel, The Shore, Pine Hills Review, Ocean State Review, and Denver Quarterly. He posts a collage a day on Instagram at @davidlee2588.

Rebecca Reynolds is a writer in the Boston area, with a MFA from Emerson College. She has published stories in Ascent, The MacGuffin, The Boiler, Eunoia, Copper Nickel, Redivider, Superstition Review, Cumberland River Review, and other literary magazines.

Kelly R. Samuels is the author of Words Some of Us Rarely Use (Unsolicited Press) and Zeena/Zenobia Speaks (Finishing Line). Her poems have appeared in Salt Hill, The Carolina Quarterly, The Pinch, Empty House Press, Juked, and RHINO. She lives in the Upper Midwest.

Yun Wei received her MFA in poetry from Brooklyn College and studied international relations at Georgetown University. Her writing awards include the Geneva Literary Prizes and the Himan Brown Poetry Fellowship. Her poetry and fiction are forthcoming and have appeared in Shenandoah, Poetry Northwest, Wigleaf, Word Riot, The Brooklyn Review and many other journals. For the last few years, she has been working on global health in Switzerland, where she relies on chocolate and tears to survive mountain sports.