Susan Aizenberg's newest collection, A Walk with Frank O'Hara and Other Poems, is forthcoming in 2024 in the University of New Mexico Press' Mary Burritt Christiansen Poetry Series. Recent poems appear or are forthcoming in Plume, On the Seawall, North American Review, Blackbird, South Florida Poetry Journal, Cultural Daily, American Journal of Poetry, and elsewhere.

Ronda Broatch is the author of Lake of Fallen Constellations (MoonPath Press). Her current manuscript was a finalist with the Charles B. Wheeler Prize and Four Way Books Levis Prize. She is the recipient of an Artist Trust GAP Grant. Her journal publications include Fugue, Blackbird, 2River, Sycamore Review, Missouri Review, Palette Poetry, and Public Radio KUOW's All Things Considered.

Timothy Green has worked as the editor of Rattle magazine since 2004. The author of one book, American Fractal (Red Hen Press, 2009), he is a co-founder of the Wrightwood Arts & Wine Festival and lives near Los Angeles with his wife Megan and their two children.

Toby Tucker Hecht is a writer and scientist who lives and works in Bethesda, Maryland. At least thirty of her stories have been published either in print or in online literary journals. A native New Yorker with a rather traditional life, she writes fiction to explore more exciting lives than her own. She is now working on a collection of short stories, and a series of linked short stories. When not writing, she can be found at the National Cancer Institute where she works to turn molecules into medicines for the benefit of cancer patients.

Josh Krigman is a writer and teacher in New York City. His work has appeared in Akashic Books, Lunchticket, Breadcrumbs Lit Mag, and elsewhere. He received his MFA in fiction from Hunter College. He is also the co-founder and New York host of Club Motte, an international storytelling series that holds live events in New York, Oakland, and Berlin.

Sheree La Puma's personal essays, fiction, and poetry have appeared in or are forthcoming in The Penn Review, American Journal of Poetry, Chiron Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She received her MFA in Writing from the California Institute of the Arts and is the author of a chapbook, Broken: Do Not Use (Main Street Rag Publishing, 2021).

Michail Mulvey is a retired educator who taught for over four decades at all levels, from kindergarten to university. He holds an MFA in creative writing and has had short stories published in literary magazines and journals such as Johnny America, The Summerset Review, The Umbrella Factory, Drunk Monkeys, Cutbank Online, Prole, Poydras, The Front Porch Review, Crack the Spine, Literary Orphans, and War, and Literature and the Arts.

Liz Prato's newest book is Kids in America: A Gen X Reckoning (SFWP, June 2022). She is also the author of Volcanoes, Palm Trees, and Privilege: Essays on Hawai'i (Overcup Press), a New York Times Top Summer Read and a Finalist for the 2019 Oregon Book Award, and the short story collection, baby's on fire (Press 53). She is Editor at large for Forest Avenue Press, and is devoted to indie bookstores and palm trees.

Bryan D. Price's poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Posit, DMQ Review, Rhino Poetry, and elsewhere. He lives and teaches in Southern California where he is working on a manuscript of prose poems.

Ron Riekki's books include My Ancestors are Reindeer Herders and I Am Melting in Extinction (Loyola University Maryland's Apprentice House Press), Posttraumatic (Hoot 'n' Waddle), and U.P. (Ghost Road Press).

Eric Roy is the author of All Small Planes (Lily Poetry, 2021), a chapbook of hybrid works concerned with the ongoing opioid crisis. His poetry and fiction are forthcoming from Ploughshares, Poet Lore, The Tusculum Review, Poetry South, Salamander, Third Coast, and elsewhere.