Dave Gregory is a Canadian writer, a retired sailor, and an associate editor with the Los Angeles-based Exposition Review. His work has most recently appeared in MORIA, Reflex Press, and FreeFall. Twitter: @CourtlandAvenue.

Clifford Royal Johns lives outside Chicago with his wife and a rescue dog. He is a retired engineer who builds furniture and writes novels, short stories, memoir and humor. He has two novels out, Walking Shadow and Velocity Blues, the latter of which was released by Vernacular Books in June. His shorter written work can be found in bioStories, Crossed Genres, Shimmer and many other magazines and anthologies. His furniture can be found in his house. www.cliffjohns.net

Hannah Marshall lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her poem "This Is a Love Poem to Trees" appears in The Best American Poetry 2021. Her work has been published in New Ohio Review, Poetry Daily, The South Carolina Review, The American Journal of Poetry, and elsewhere. She received her MFA in creative writing from Converse College. www.hannahmarshallpoet.com

Jane C. Miller's poetry has been published in numerous journals. She is a past winner of the Naugatuck River Review narrative poetry contest and was awarded her second fellowship this year from the Delaware Division of the Arts. She is co-author of the poetry collection Walking the Sunken Boards (Pond Road Press, 2019) and an editor of the online poetry journal Quartet. www.quartetjournal.com

Steven Riel is the author of one full-length collection of poetry, Fellow Odd Fellow (Trio House Press), with another forthcoming from Lily Poetry Review Books. His most recent chapbook, Postcard from P-town, was published as runner-up for the inaugural Robin Becker Chapbook Prize. Riel's poems have appeared in several anthologies and numerous periodicals, including The Minnesota Review and International Poetry Review. He currently serves as editor-in-chief of the Franco-American literary e-journal Résonance. www.stevenriel.com

Kim Roberts is the editor of the anthology By Broad Potomac's Shore: Great Poems from the Early Days of our Nation's Capital (University of Virginia Press, 2020) and the author of A Literary Guide to Washington, DC: Walking in the Footsteps of American Writers from Francis Scott Key to Zora Neale Hurston (University of Virginia Press, 2018). Her fifth book of poems, The Scientific Method, was published by WordTech Editions in 2017. www.kimroberts.org

AJ Strosahl is a writer who lives and works in Oakland, California. She holds an MFA from St. Mary's College and her work can be found or is forthcoming in Oyster River Pages, Signal Mountain Review, Risk Press and other outlets. Her short story, "Dayton," was long listed for the Jacob Zilber Prize for Short Fiction in 2020 and she recently attended the 2021 Bread Loaf Writers' Conferences. In 2022, AJ will be an artist in residence at the Bryn Du Art Center and the Vashon Island Artist's Residency. www.ajstrosahl.com/

Julia Wendell's sixth collection of poems, The Art of Falling, is forthcoming from FutureCycle Press in early 2022. Her memoir, Come to the X, was published by Galileo Press in 2020. She lives in Aiken, South Carolina, and is a three-day event rider. www.juliawendell.com

Kenton K. Yee is a poet who taught at Columbia University and worked in Silicon Valley for almost twenty years. An Iowa Summer Poetry Workshop and Attic Institute for Literary Arts alumnus, he recently placed poetry in Ligeia Magazine, Matter, Plume Poetry and Tipton Poetry Journal, among others. Kenton divides his time between northern California and an undisclosed location. kenton@alumni.stanford.edu