Kevin Camp has essays published in Quaker Rising and Friends Journal. Most notably he was awarded Honorable Mention by New Millennium Writings in 2015. In August 2019, a new short story was published by Oyster River Press. He regularly contributes to the Community section of the metablog Daily Kos. A proud member of the Religious Society of Friends, Camp lives in Hoover, Alabama.

Claire Denson is a staff poetry reader for The Adroit Journal and holds a BA from University of Michigan and an MFA from UNC Greensboro, where she served as Editorial Intern for The Greensboro Review. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Massachusetts Review, Sporklet, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Stirring Lit, and Hobart, among others.

Anthony DiPietro is a gay Rhode Island native who has worked at mission-based organizations for more than twenty years and is now associate director of the Rose Art Museum in Waltham, Massachusetts. In 2018, he earned an MFA in creative writing from Stony Brook University. His poems and essays appear in Notre Dame Review, Washington Square Review, and elsewhere.

Cole Depuy is the winner of the Negative Capability Press Spring 2020 Poetry Contest. He is a Ph.D. student at SUNY Binghamton and a recipient of the Provost's Doctoral Summer Fellowship. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in The Paterson Literary Review, The Penn Review, Ilanot Review, The Maynard, and elsewhere. He is a poetry co-editor for Harpur Palate and instructor for the Binghamton Poetry Project.

Laurie Ann Doyle is the author of World Gone Missing, praised by bestselling author Peter Orner as "a gorgeous debut," and winner of the Nautilus Book Award in fiction. She's also won the Alligator Juniper National Fiction Prize, and her stories and essays have appeared in McSweeny's, Alta Journal, 100 Word Story, The Rumpus, Jabberwock Review, The Los Angeles Review, and many other journals. She teaches writing at The San Francisco Writers Grotto and UC Berkeley Extension.

Michael Flanagan was born in the Bronx, N.Y. Poems and stories of his have appeared in many small press periodicals across the country. His book, Days Like These, is out from Luchadoor Press, a subsidiary of Spartan Press. His chapbook, A Million Years Gone, is available form Nerve Cowboy's Liquid Paper Press.

Ethna McKiernan's fourth book of poetry, Swimming with Shadows, was published in 2019 by Salmon Poetry, which will also bring out her Selected Poems this year. She is the recipient of two Minnesota State Arts Board grants in poetry, and her first book, Caravan, was nominated for the Minnesota Book Award. She works in Street Outreach for a non-profit serving the Minneapolis homeless population.

Marisa de los Santos is the New York Times bestselling author of eight novels, including Belong to Me, I'll Be Your Blue Sky, and I'd Give Anything, and one book of poetry. She was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and educated at the University of Virginia, Sarah Lawrence College, and the University of Houston. She lives with her family in Wilmington, Delaware.

Wendy Wisner is the author of two books of poems, Morph and Bloom and Epicenter (both from CW Books), and her essays and poems have appeared in Prairie Schooner, Passages North, Spoon River Review, Nashville Review, Minnesota Review, The Washington Post, Brain, Child Magazine, and elsewhere. She lives in New York with her husband and two sons.