Mark Danowsky is Editor-in-Chief of ONE ART: a journal of poetry. He is author of the poetry collection, As Falls Trees (NightBallet Press) and JAWN (Moonstone Press). His work has appeared in many journals including, Bird Watcher's Digest, Gargoyle, The Healing Muse, and North Dakota Quarterly.

Cristin Frances is a writer based in upstate New York, where she lives with her partner and standard poodle. When she's not writing you can find her hiking and rock climbing in the Adirondacks. This is her first publication.

Nicholas French is from Reading, England. He is a Biology teacher, lives in Milan, and writes every morning before work. This is his first publication.

Ann Hillesland's work has been published in many literary journals, including Fourth Genre, Sou'wester, Bayou, and SmokeLong Quarterly. It has been selected for the Wigleaf Top 50 Very Short Fictions and presented onstage by Stories On Stage in Davis and Denver. She is a graduate of the MFA program at Queen's University of Charlotte. Her website, including her blog about vintage hats, is at

Katie Kemple's poems have appeared in recent issues of Atlanta Review, Ligeia Magazine, JMWW, The South Carolina Review, and The West Review.

Gerry LaFemina is the author of more than twenty books, including the poetry collection The Story of Ash (Anhinga Press, 2018) and a book of prose poems, Baby Steps in Doomsday Prepping (Madville Publishing, 2020). Madville will publish his first book of creative nonfiction, The Pursuit: A Meditation on Happiness, and Long Sky Media will publish Pop and Hiss: Selected Punk Poems 1990-2020 in 2022. He is professor of English at Frostburg State University and a mentor in the Carlow University MFA program.

Xiaoly Li is a poet and photographer in Massachusetts who received her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. A 2022 recipient of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship Grant in Poetry, she has published in Spillway, American Journal of Poetry, PANK, Atlanta Review, Chautauqua, Rhino, Cold Mountain Review, J Journal, Zone 3 and elsewhere.

Julia Lisella's books include Our Lively Kingdom, a finalist for the Lauria/Frasca poetry prize (Bordighera Press 2022), Always (WordTech Editions, 2014), Terrain (WordTech Editions, 2007), and Love Song Hiroshima (Finishing Line Press, 2004). Her poems appear in Pangyrus, Lily Poetry Review, Ploughshares, Paterson Literary Review, Mom Egg Review, Nimrod, and elsewhere. She teaches at Regis College and co-curates the Italian American Writers Association (IAWA) Reading Series.

Teri McConnell is a writer living with her husband and two service dogs in Virginia. After retiring from the Navy, she earned her degree in English: Creative Writing from ASU and served as the content coordinator for issue 29 of Superstition Review. This is her first publication.

Patricia Colleen Murphy founded Superstition Review at Arizona State University, where she teaches creative writing. Her book, Bully Love, won the 2019 Press 53 Poetry Award. Her book, Hemming Flames, won the 2016 May Swenson Poetry Award, and the 2017 Milt Kessler Poetry Award. Her writing has appeared in many literary journals, including The Iowa Review, Quarterly West, American Poetry Review, and has received awards from Gulf Coast, Bellevue Literary Review, among others.

Clinton Parker, an alumnus of George Mason University, works in the Campus Writing Center and as a part-time instructor at Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria Campus. He won first prize in the student playwriting contest at George Mason. This is his first publication.

Kolbe Riney is a queer poet and registered nurse from Tucson, Arizona. They hold a B.S. in Nursing from Northern Arizona University and work in critical care. They are a Best of the Net Nominee and were short listed for the 2021 Sexton Prize with their manuscript, "mythic." Their work has appeared or is forthcoming in Arc Poetry Magazine, the Chestnut Review, TinderBox, Passages North, and others.

Gail Thomas' books are Odd Mercy, Waving Back, No Simple Wilderness, and Finding the Bear. Her poems have been published in CALYX, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, North American Review, and elsewhere. Her awards include the Charlotte Mew Prize from Headmistress Press for Odd Mercy and the Narrative Poetry Prize from Naugatuck River Review. She teaches poetry, visits schools and libraries with her therapy dog Sunny, and volunteers working with immigrant and refugee communities in Western Massachusetts.

Louise Turan's creative nonfiction and fiction has appeared in Bluestem Magazine, The Broken Plate, Euphony Journal, Evening Street Review, The MacGuffin, The Smart Set, and riverSedge, among others. She is currently working on a memoir about her Turkish father and American mother, and the years spent overseas. She lives and writes in Maine.